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GENEALOGICAL     AND      HERALDIC     HISTORY 


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SIR     BERNARD     BURKE,    C.B.,    LLJX, 

ULSTER   KING  OP    ARMS. 


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EEVISED  BY  A.  C.  FOX-DAVIES,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW. 

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LONDON  :   HARRISON  AND  SONS,  PRINTERS  IN  ORDINARY  TO  HIS  MAJESTY, 
ST.  MARTIN'S  LANE. 


EIGHT  years  having  passed,  obviously  it  had  become  necessary  that  a  new  edition  of 
the  "  Landed  Gentry  of  Ireland "  should  be  issued,  in  order  that  the  genealogical 
records  of  the  various  families  appearing  in  the  book  might  be  revised  to  date,  and  the 
happenings  of  birth,  marriage  and  death,  in  the  interval,  be  added  to  the  pedigrees. 
But  one  is  now  confronted  with  the  problem  whether  there  still  remains  a  Landed 
Gentry  at  all  in  that  country,  so  great  has  been  the  compulsory  alienation  of  land  in 
Ireland  during  the  last  decade. 

Whatever  may  be  the  decision  as  to  future  editions,  in  the  present  one  there  has 
been  no  violent  disqualification  of  families  because  the  broad  acres  of  their  estates  have 
been  contracted  to  the  lands  about  the  mansion  house ;  in  fact,  but  very  few  pedigrees 
have  been  removed.  Although  the  fascination  of  the  ownership  of  land — land  hunger — 
is  still  a  dominant  characteristic  of  the  British  race,  it  cannot  be  said  to  possess  its 
ancient  importance ;  and  the  interest  of  the  public,  it  seems  to  me,  lies  in  the  families 
themselves  rather  than  in  the  extent  of  their  ownership  of  land.  The  growth  of  the 
new  landless  plutocracy  has  shifted  the  importance  of  things,  and  is  a  factor  that  must 
weigh  in  the  future,  and  be  considered  in  conjunction  with  absenteeism.  But  the  problem 
is  for  the  next  edition. 

Although  a  number  of  new  and  interesting  pedigrees  are  now  included  in  "  Burke  " 
for  the  first  time  the  changes  in  the  present  volume  are  chiefly  caused  by  the  revision 
of  pedigrees  and  the  occurrences  of  the  interval.  The  latter  have  been  exceedingly 
numerous,  and  I  am  chiefly  indebted  to  the  very  many  members  of  the  families 
concerned  with  whom  I  have  been  in  correspondence  or  to  whom  I  have  submitted 
proofs,  for  an  enormous  amount  of  assistance  generously  given  to  me.  For  that  my 
grateful  thanks. 

In  the  revision  of  the  pedigrees  there  will  be  found  a  number  of  important 
alterations.  Some  of  my  most  vehement  correspondents  seem  to  fancy  that  "  Burke  "  is 
edited  by  Hans  Andersen.  That  really  is  quite  a  mistake.  Of  course,  one  knows  that 
every  Irishman  is  the  descendant  of  countless  kings,  princes  and  other  minor  celebrities. 


IV 

One  admits  it — the  thing  is  unquestionable.  One  knows,  of  course,  also,  that  every 
family  is  the  oldest  in  Co.  Galway,  or  Co.  Sligo,  or  somewhere  else,  and  that,  for  some 
reason  or  other,  every  Irishman  is  the  "  head  "  of  his  family,  and  I  am  growing  weary  of 
reading  letters  which  assure  me  that  the  mushroom  families  included  in  the  Landed 
Gentry  pale  into  insignificance  beside  the  glories  of  those  which  are  omitted,  and  I  am 
slowly  learning— so  often  am  I  so  assured — that  all  the  pedigrees  herein  are  hopelessly 
wrong.  But  although  I  may  not  have  included  quite  so  much  as  has  been  desired,  I 
think  I  may  claim  that  what  is  inserted  may  be  relied  upon.  All  genealogical  works 
started  upon  a  model  of  narrative,  in  which  a  place  might  properly  be  found  for 
supposition  and  tradition.  There  has  been  a  gradual  transition  to  exactitude  of  fact, 
which  is  the  aim  in  view,  and  which  I  claim  has  now  been  reached. 

For  the  present  edition  every  coat-of-arms  has  been  carefully  scrutinized  and 
compared  with  the  original  records  in  Ulster's  Office.  I  believe  I  can  now  claim  for  the 
Irish  volume  that,  apart  from  unintentional  error,  every  single  one  which  is  quoted 
herein  can  be  relied  upon  as  borne  by  unquestionable  right.  Families  to  whom  no 
armorial  bearings  are  assigned  have  none  recorded  to  them  in  Ulster's  Office. 

The  publishers  have  consented  to  incur  the  expense  of  bringing  the  Landed  Gentry 
into  line  with  the  PEERAGE  and  BARONETAGE  by  illustrating  every  coat-of-arms  in  the 
book.  This  must  add  very  greatly  to  its  interest,  and  I  trust  their  lavish  expenditure  on 
this  point  will  receive  the  reward  it  merits  in  the  increased  appreciation  of  the  public. 

I  am  indebted  to  Mr.  Farnham  Burke,  C.V.O.,  C.B.,  Norroy  King  of  Arms,  for  much 
assistance  in  the  preparation  of  this  edition,  and  I  have  profited  greatly  from  the  kind 
help  and  from  the  labours  of  Mr.  Ashworth  Burke,  who  has  resigned  the  editorship  of  the 
present  edition,  whilst  many  others  have  taken  much  trouble  with  the  single-minded  desire 
for  the  improvement  or  the  accuracy  of  the  volume.  To  all  I  tender  my  thanks,  but  above 
all  I  am  under  a  deep  debt  of  gratitude  to  Mr.  G.  D.  Burtchaell,  Athlone  Pursuivant. 
His  able  and  willing  assistance  have  been  acknowledged  in  former  editions,  but  on  the 
present  occasion  I  have  had  the  advantage  of  his  help  to  an  extent  little  short  of  a 
scrutiny  of  every  line  in  the  book.  He  it  is  who  has  examined  the  arms,  and  has  gone  to 
endless  trouble  to  solve  doubts  and  difficulties  as  they  have  become  apparent  in  the 
pedigrees.  I  really  think  his  name  should  be  on  the  title  page  as  editor.  Mere  words 
of  thanks  seem  a  feeble  acknowledgment  of  what  this  edition  owes  to  his  untiring 
assistance. 

THE  EDITOR. 


GENEALOGICAL    AND    HERALDIC 


DICTIONARY 


OF    THE 


LANDED  GENTRY  OF  IRELAND. 


ACHESON.    See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  GOSFORD,  E. 


ACTON     OF     KILMACUBBAaH. 

CHARLES  ANNESLEY  ACTON,  of  Kilmacurragh, 
Rathdrum,  co.  Wicklow,  J.P.,  late  Capt.  Royal 
Welsh  Fusiliers,  b.  14  Feb.  1876;  s.  his  uncle 
25  Aug.  1908. 

Lineage. — THOMAS  ACTON,  of  Bog  Hall.  Ballygannonbeg 
(part  of  the  lands  of  West  Aston),  m.  Alice  Coventry.  His  will  is 
dated  1645  and  witnessed  by  his  wife.  He  had  a  son, 

THOMAS  ACTON,  of  Bog  Hall,  co.  Wicklow,  who  left  issue,  a  son, 

THOMAS  ACTON,  who  commenced  building  the  house  at  West 
Aston  in  1697,  the  same  year  that  Lord  Acton  built  Aldenham  Hall. 
He  obtained  from  Richard,  Viscount  Rosse,  leases  for  lives  re- 
newable for  ever  of  lands  in  co.  Wicklow,  by  deeds  dated  13  Feb. 
and  10  May,  1716.  He  m.  Elinor,  dau.  of  Nicholas  Kempston,  oi 
Dunmurray,  co.  Cavan,  Colonel  in  Oliver  Cromwell's  Army  by 
Grace  his  wife,  dau.  of  Thomas  Maule,  Commissioner  of  Customs, 
and  d.  2  Jan.  1750,  leaving  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  successor. 

1.  Grace,  m.  Thomas  Ball,  Barrister-at-Law,  of  Sea  Park,  co. 
Wicklow. 

2.  Elinor,  m.  Rev.  John  Blachford,  D.D.,  who  d.  1748. 

3.  Alice,  m.  Henry  Kempston. 

Mr.  Acton,  whose  will  is  dated  23  Oct.  1731,  and  was  proved  7  Jan. 
1750,  was  s.  by  his  son, 

WILLIAM  ACTON,  entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  14  Nov.  1726,  and 
was  Keeper  of  the  Writs  of  the  Court  of  Common  Pleas,  and  Ser- 
jeant of  the  Coif  (holding  the  ring  appertaining  to  that  office),  b. 
1711  ;  m.  4  March,  1736,  Jane,  dau.  of  William  Parsons,  eldest  son 
of  Sir  William  Parsons,  2nd  bart.,  of  Birr  Castle,  and  had  issue, 

1.  William,  d.s.p,  2.  THOMAS,  his  successor. 

1.  Martha,  d.  unm. 

2.  Maria,  m.  by  licence,  dated  June,  1783,  Thomas  Walker,  of 
Tagunnan,  co.  Wexford,  Master  in  Chancery. 

3.  Jane,  d.  unm,  1794. 

Mr.  Acton  was  s.  by  his  only  surviving  son, 

THOMAS  ACTON,  of  West  Aston,  co.  Wicklow,  m.  1780,  Sidney, 
dau.  of  Joshua  Davis,  Barrister-at-Law,  Dublin,  and  d.  1817, 
leaving  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  successor. 

?•.  Thomas  (Rev.),  of  Dunganstown  Glebe,  co.  Wicklow,  m.  by 
.  licence,  dated  16  Sept.  1818,  Sidney,  dau.  of  Hampden  Evans,  of 

Portrane,  co.  Dublin,  and  d.  16  Aug.  1846,  having  by  her  (who 

d.  Aug.  1867)  had  issue, 

1.  Thomas,  d.  12  Aug.  1843. 

2.  Hampden,  of  Chalet  Lucia,  Pau,  France,  Col.  Madras  Staff 
Corps  (ret.),  b.  21  April,  1822  ;  m.  22  Jan.  1868,  Lucy,  dau.  of 
William  Jackson  Greer,  of  Rhone  Hill  House,  co.  Tyrone,  J.P., 
and  widow  of  Henry  Davis,  of  Waterford.     He  d.  April,  1901, 
leaving  issue, 

(i)  Hampden,  6.  31  Dec.  1870  ;  d.  6  Feb.  1888. 
I.L.G. 


(2)  Fitzmaurics  Massey,  Commander,  R.N.,  m.  7  May,  1910, 
Ruby,  widow  of  Lieut.  Percy  Crabtree,  R.N. 

(3)  William  Maxwell. 
(i)  Margaret  Usher. 

3.  William,  of  Brookville,  co.  Dublin,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  co 
Leitrim,  1875,  b.  5  Oct.  1824  ;  m.  16  Jan.  1852,  Georgina  (d. 
31  Oct.  1905),  dau.  of  James  Lowry,  of  Rockdale,  co.  Tyrone, 
and  d.  g  Jan.  1896,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Thomas  Hampden  Evans,  Lieut.-Col.  R.A.  (Knockeadar, 
Bray,  co.  Wicklow),  b.  g  Dec.  1855  ;   m.  18  Jan.  1882,  Olivia 
Charlotte  Jessie,  eldest  dau.  of  Right  Hon.  George  Augustus 
Chichester  May,  Lord  Chief  Justice  of  Ireland,  and  has  issue, 

1.  William  Hampden  May,  Lieut.  R.F.A.,  b.  23  Oct.  1882, 

2.  Philip  James  Barrington,  b.  i  May,  d.  Sept.  1884. 

3.  Theodore  John  Chichester,  b.  18  Aug.  1886. 

1.  Mary  Olivia  Barrington,  b.  21  May,  1890  ;    d.  July, 
1891. 

2.  Stella  Mary  Georgina. 

(2)  James  Lowry  Cole,  Lieut.-Col.  late  Connaught  Rangers. 
b.  6  Nov.  1856  ;   m.  7  April,  1888,  Matilda  Julia,  youngest 
dau.  of  Henry  Salisbury  Milman,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Armar  Edward,  b.  25  April,  1889. 

2.  Owen  Henry,  b.  7  Sept.  1890. 

1.  Sydney  Georgina. 

2.  Ruth  Margaret. 

3.  Bertha  Joice.  4.  Leonora  Janet. 

(3)  William  George,  m.  Dec.  1887,  Louisa  Joice  Leslie,  dau. 
of  the  late  Henry  Lowry  Bamwell,  and  d.  Oct.  1891,  leaving 
issue, 

1.  William  George  Henry,  d.  young,  July,  1896. 

2.  Edward  Leslie  Lowry,  b.  Oct.  1889. 

(4)  Henry  Lowry  Barn  well,  Maj.  Indian  Army,  Ass.  Judge 
Advocate-Gen.,  India,  b.  30 

Nora  Prudentia,  dau.  of  late 

Corps.    She  d.  21  June,  1901,  leaving  issue, 

Ethel  Jessie  Muriel. 
He  m.  2ndly,  16  Oct.  1907,  Louise  Vereker,  dau.  of  Col. 
Dickson,  R.A. 
(i)  Harriette  Mary  Louisa.          (2)  Georgina  Elizabeth. 

1.  Margaret,  m.  g  Dec.  1851,  Henry  Lambert  Bayly,  and  has 
issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  ANGLESEY,  M.). 

2.  Sidney  Anna,  d.  Oct.  1864. 

3.  Anna   Sophia,    m.    her   cousin,   Capt.   George   Warburton 
Drought,  Yorks.  L.I.,  of  Cargins,  co.  Roscommon,  J.P.,  who 
d.  Nov.  i88o< 

1.  Anna  Maria,  m.  6  July,  1806,  Major  George  Warburton,  of 
Augherim,  co.  Galway. 

2.  Jane,   m.   Qeorge   Mears  John  Drought,   of   Glencarrig,   co. 
Wicklow,  who  d.  4  March,  1844,  leaving  issue  (see  that  family). 

His  elder  son, 

LIEUT.-COL.  WILLIAM  ACTON,  of  West  Aston,  M.P.  co.  Wick- 
low, Lieut.-Col.  of  Militia,  and  High  Sheriff  of  the  county,  1820, 
also  Vice-Lieutenant,  D.L.  and  J.P.,  b.  1789  ;  m.  16  June,  1818, 
Caroline,  dau.  of  Thomas  Walker,  of  Tagunnan,  co.  Wexford, 
Master  in  Chancery,  and  4.  10  April,  1854,  having  by  her  (who  d. 
ti  April,  1879)  had  issue, 

A 


.  ,        . 

Aug.  1861;   m.  ist,  May,  1886, 
Gen.  W.  Fuller,  Madras  Staff 


Adams. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


1.  THOMAS,  his  successor. 

2.  William   Molesworth   Cole,   Col.   late   77th    Regt.,   served  in 
the  Crimea,  present  at  Inkerman,  b.  29  Dec.  1827  ;  d.  22  April, 
1904  :    m.  7  Aug.  1861,  Elizabeth  Frances,  only  child  of  Capt. 
Frederick  Adolphus  Robinson,  5th  Fusiliers. 

3.  Charles     BALL-ACTON,    C.B.,    of    Syddon,    co.    Meath,    and 
Eggintcn  House,  Leighton  Buzzard,  Col.    King's  Own   Yorkshire 
L.I.,    assumed    the  prefix  surname   of   BALL   1875,    b.  17  Dec. 
1830;    m.  31  July,  1869,  Georgina  Cecilia  (Kilmacurragh,  Rath- 
drum],  dau.  of  George  Annesley  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  VALENTIA, 
V.),  and  d.  3  Feb.  1897,  leaving  issue, 

T.  Will;am  Parsons  Annesley,  b,  21   March,  1871  ;    d.  April, 
1884. 

2.  CHARLES  ANNESLEY,  now  of  Kilmacurragh. 

3.  Reginald  Thomas  Annesley,  Capt.  late  King's  Own  York- 
shire L.I.,  b.  2,  Oct.  1877. 

4    Vere  Annesley,  and  Lieut.  Oxford  L.I.,  b.  22  April,  1879, 
killed  in  action  near  Paardeberg,  South  Africa,  18  Feb.  IQOO. 

1.  Evelyn    Caroline    Annesley ;     m.   3    Nov.     1898,    Edward 
Nixon    Wynne,    J.P.,    of   Wentworth    House,    Wicklow,   and 
has  issue  (see  WYNNE  of  Hazlewood), 

2.  Grace  Annesley. 

3.  Irene  Annesley. 

1.  Jane,  d.  unm.  5  Nov.  1906. 
His  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  ACTON,  of  West  Aston,  J.P.,  D.L.,  co.  Wicklow,  High 
Sheriff  1857,  b.  1826  ;  d.  unm.  25  Aug.  1908,  being  s.  by  his  nephew. 

Seat — Kilmacurragh,  Ratlidrum,  co.  Wicklow.     Club — Kildare 
Street.  Dublin. 


ADAMS    OF    NORTHLANDS. 

SAMUEL  ALLEN  ADAMS,  of  North- 
lands, co.  Cavan,  J.P.,  formerly 
i  st  Lieut.  Tipperary  Militia  Artil- 
lery, educated  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin, 
b.  i  March,  1847  ;  m.  13  June, 
1871,  Frances  Dorothea,  dau.  of 
Rev.  Decimus  W.  Preston,  M.A., 
Rector  of  Killinkere,  and  grand- 
dau.  of  William  Preston,  Judge  of 
Appeal,  and  Hon.  Frances  Doro- 
thea, dau.  of  John,  5th  Lord 
Carbery  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage), 
and  has  issue, 

1.  JOHN  HERVEY  STUART,  b.  30  Dec.  1875. 

2.  Samuel  Allen  Adams,  b.  n  April,  1882. 

3.  Ambrose  Douglas,  b.  9  May,  1889. 

1.  Emily   Maude  Elizabeth,  d.  29  May, 
1891. 

2.  Felicia  Preston,  d.  24  June,  1887. 

3.  Olive  Mildred. 

4.  Maiy  Henrietta  Mabel. 

5.  Frances  Dorothea  Kathleen,  d.  2  Sept.  1887. 

6.  Hazel  Gertrude. 

Lineage. — COL.  JAMES  ADAMS  m.  Catherine,  dau.  of  Arthur 
Magennis,  ist  Viscount  Iveagh,  by  Sarah  his  wife,  dau.  of  Hugh 
O'Neill,  Earl  of  Tyrone,  and  was  father  of 

CAPT.  JAMES  ADAMS,  an  officer  in  the  Army  of  WILLIAM  III, 
who  distinguished  himself  at  the  battle  of  the  Boyne,  and  was 
granted  the  freedom  of  the  borough  of  Drogheda  for  himself  and 
his  heirs,  which  privilege  the  family  still  enjoys.  His  son, 

JAMES  ADAMS,  of  Monaghan,  and  Corranearry  House,  co.  Cavan, 
i.  1673  ;  m.  1694,  Jane,  dau.  of  William  Allen,  of  Kilmore,  co. 
Monaghan,  and  d.  19  Nov.  1744,  leaving  by  her  (who  d.  17  March, 
1752,  aged  75)  an  only  son, 

ALLEN  ADAMS,  of  Corranearry  House,  b.  1708  :  m.  about  1733, 
Martha,  dau.  of  William  Higginbotham,  and  grand-dau.  of  Capt. 
Thomas  Higginbotham,  by  his  wife,  Miss  Williams,  maid  of  honour 
to  MARY  II.,  and  dau.  of  General  Scurlog  Williams,  of  Clongill 
Castle,  co.  Meath.  He  d.  15  Dec.  1755  (his  will  was  proved  in 
Dublin,  24  Jan.  1756),  and  by  her  (who  d.  1807,  aged  105)  had 
issue, 

1.  RICHARD,  of  Shercock  House,  co.  Cavan,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff 
1783,  and  of    Monaghan  in  1785,    b.  1736  ;    m.  13  April,  1761, 
Amelia,  dau.  of  Thomas  Cosby,  of  Beeks  Court,  and  d.   1789, 
leaving  issue. 

2.  James,  of  Corranearry  House,  b.  1745  ;  d.  unm.  15  June,  1809. 

3.  William,  of  Castletown  House,  co.  Cavan,  b.   1746  ;    m.   ist, 
about  1769,  Olivia,  dau.  of  Neason  Wildridge,  and  by  her,  who 
d.  1781,  had  issue  ;    he  m.  2ndly,  6  July,  1783,  Anne,  widow  of 
George  MacDaniel,  and  d.  28  Feb.  1815,  leaving  further  issue. 

4.  Samuel,   b,    1750 ;    m.    10   March,    1779,   Elizabeth,   dau.   of 
Alexander  Leslie,  and  d.  7  June,  1709,  having  had  issue. 

5.  BENJAMIN  (Rev.),  of  whom  hereafter. 
His  sth  son, 

REV.  BENJAMIN  ADAMS,  Rector  of  Killinick,  J.P.  for  co.  Cavan, 
b.  1756  ;  m.  14  April,  1777,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Clarke,  grand- 
son of  the  celebrated  metaphysician,  Dr.  Samuel  Clarke,  Rector  of 
St.  James,  London,  and  Chaplain  to  Queen  ANNE,  and  d.  10  June, 
1840,  leaving  issue, 

1.  William  Allen,  b.  15  May,  1783  ;  d.  3  March,  1784. 

2.  John,  J.P.  co.  Cavan,  High  Sheriff  for    Cavan  in  1811,    b. 
16  May,  1785  ;    m.  2  Nov.  1806,  Joyce,  eldest  dau.  of  his  uncle 
Richard,  and  d.s.p.  Feb.  1827. 


3.  SAMUEL,  succeeded  his  father. 

4.  Charles  James,  of  Shinan  House,  Capt.  R.N.,  J.P.  co.  Cavan, 
High  Sheriff   1833   (vide    O'BYRNE'S   Naval  Biography),    b.   29 
April,  1/92  ;  m.  29  Sept.  1821,  Anne  Jane  (who  d.  4  March,  1834, 
aged  36),  dau.  of  Capt.  William  Foster,  of  Fosterstown,  co.  Meath, 
and  d.  23  Aug.  1854,  having  had  issue. 

1.  Elizabeth,  d.  25  April,  1780. 

2.  Elizabeth,  d.  28  Oct.  1780. 

3.  Emelia,  d.  5  Sept.  1782. 

4.  Charlotte,  d.  26  Aug.  1790. 

5.  Matilda,  d.  15  July,  1794. 

6.  Caroline,  m.  i  Jan.  1812,  John  J.  A.  Leonard,  of  Claremont 
House,  J.P.,  and  d.  22  June,  1858,  leaving  issue. 

His  3rd  son, 

THE  VERY  REV.  SAMUEL  ADAMS,  M.A.,  of  Northlands,  co.  Cavan, 
Dean  of  Cashel,  and  Prebendary  of  Terebrine,  J.P.  cos.  Cavan 
and  Monaghan,  b.  15  Feb.  1788  ;  m.  4  Jan.  1809,  Frances,  youngest 
dau.  of  Capt.  John  Harvev,  of  Killiane  Castle,  co.  Wexford  (see 
that  family),  and  d.  7  Dec.  1856,  having  by  her  (who  d.  28  Nov.  1869) 
had  issue, 

1.  Benjamin  William,  b.  13  Feb.  1816  ;  d.  4  March,  1822. 

2.  JOHN  HARVEY,  late  of  Northlands. 

3.  Charles  Stuart,  of  Glynch  House,  Newbliss,  J.P.  for  cos.  Meath 
and  Cavan,  b.  12  July,  1820  ;    m.  ist,  6  June,  1850,  Eliza,  only 
dau.  of  Charles  McMahon,  of  Rockfield,  co.  Monaghan,  and  by 
her  (who  d.  5  May,  1860)  had  issue  four  sons, 

1.  Samuel  Stuart,  b.  21  March,  1851. 

2.  Richard  Hervey,  b.  27  Sept.  1852. 

3.  Charles  Allen,  b.  12  June,  1857  ;  d.  22  March,  1860. 

4.  William  Vigors,  b.  28  Oct.  1859  ;  d.  23  Dec.  1867. 

Mr.  C.  S.  Adams  m.  2ndly,  23  Oct.  1862,  Jane  Henrietta,  eldest 
dau.  of  Rev.  Charles  Sheridan  Young.  She  d.  21  July,  1888. 
He  d.  30  April,  1876,  having  by  her  had  issue, 

5.  Charles  Sheridan,  b.  29  July,  1863  ;  d.  19  Dec.  1867. 

6.  Douglas  Gerald,  of  Aubawn,  Killeshandra,  co.  Cavan,  b.  20 
March,  1868  ;  m.  ist,  23   Jan.    1897,   Eleanor  Anna,  dau.  of 
Lieut.-Gen.  Clifford,  C.B.,  and  by  her  has  issue, 

Violet  Eleanor  Sheila,  b.  5  Dec.  1897. 

He  m.  2ndly,  8  Oct.   1902,  Edna  Olivia  Mant,  only  dau.  of 
Edward  Dobbs,  LL.D. 

7.  Claude  Stuart  Alexander,  b.  16  March,  1874  ;    d.  15  Sept. 
1875. 

1.  Marie  Stuart,  m.  16  Oct.  1890,  Rev.  William  Knox,  Rector 
of  Killeshee. 

2.  Frances  Florence,  m.  Aug.  1897,  W.  J.  Hamilton,  of  Castle 
Hamilton,  D.L.,  and  has  issue  (see  that  family}. 

3.  Eva    Adeline,  m.  26   Nov.  1891,    R.  Claude   Hamilton,  of 
Dunmany  House  (see  HAMILTON  of  Castle  Hamilton). 

4.  Lilian  Maude,  d.  10  Sept.  1875. 

5.  Nora  Cathleen,  m.  21  June,  1905,  Joseph  C.  C.  Martin. 

6.  Violet  Blanche,  rf.  14  Sept.  1875. 

7.  Irene  Gwendoline,  m.  Rev.  Herbert  Hughes. 

4.  Benjamin  William,   D.D.   (Rev.),   of   Kinnea,   co.   Cavan,   b. 
31  March,  1827,  Rector  of  Santry,  Diocese  of  Dublin  ;    m.  ist, 
14  Dec.  1854,  Georgina  Roberts  (who  d.  16  May,  1863),  dau.  of 
John  Drew  Atkin,  and  grand-dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Roberts,  Bart., 
and  had  issue, 

i.  Samuel  Arthur,  6.  12  Sept.  1857  ;  d.  10  March,  1869. 

1.  Georgina  Roberts. 

2.  Frances  Hervey,  m.  Dr.  G.  W.  T.  Clarke,  and  d.  7  July,  1908. 
He  m.  2ndly,  n  Aug.  1864,  Louisa  Jane,  dau.  of  William  O'Brien 
Adams,  M.D.,  and  d.  26  June,  1886,  leaving  issue, 

2.  William   Augustus   ADAM,    of    Kinnea,   co.    Cavan,    Major 
5th  Lancers,  M.P.  for  Woolwich  1910,  educated  at  Harrow, 
Dublin  University  and  Sandhurst,  and  assumed  by  Deed  Poll 
16  Aug.  1907,  the  name  of  ADAM,  b.  27  May,  1865. 

3.  Herbert  Algernon  ADAM,  Capt.  R.N.,  assumed  by  Deed  Poll 
16  Aug.  1907,  the  name  of  ADAM,  b.  3  Jan.  1872  ;   m.  21  Dec. 
1898,  Emily  Banner  Clough,  dau.  of  Somerset  James  Johnstone, 
late  R.N.  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  JOHNSTONE,  Bt),  and  has  issue, 

Alastair  Somerset  Graham,  b.  1904. 
3.  Constance  Louisa. 

1.  Dorothea  Anne,  m.  n  Nov.  1833,  Le  Chevalier  Charles  A. 
Zander,  of  Munich,  and  d.  7  Feb.  1864,  having  had  issue. 

2.  Elizabeth  Frances,  m.  21  March,  1833,  John  J.  D.  McDonald, 
Lieut.  47th  Regt.,  and  d.  29  Jan.  1865. 

3.  Caroline  Matilda,  m.  2  May,  1837,  Thomas  R.  Barry,  and  has 
issue. 

The  eldest  surviving  son, 

JOHN  HERVEY  ADAMS,  of  Northlands,  Barrister-at-Law,  J.P.  cos. 
Cavan  and  Monaghan,  and  High  Sheriff  1854,  b.  28  April,  1818  ; 
m.  ist,  30  April,  1846,  Elizabeth  Frances,  3rd  dau.  of  Ambrose 
Going,  J.P.,  of  Ballyphilip,  co.  Tipperary,  and  by  her  (who  d. 
25  July,  1867)  had  iss'ue, 

1.  SAMUEL  ALLEN,  now  of  Northlands. 

2.  Ambrose  Going,  J.P.,  b.  22  March,  1850  ;  m.  3  Oct.  1872,  Anne 
Jane  Foster,  dau.  of  Rev.  William  Watkyns  Deering,  M.A.,  and 
had  issue, 

i.  Clara  Elizabeth  Charlotte.  2.  Ethel  Annie. 

1.  Margaret  Anna,  m.  4  April,  1871,  Ormsby  Colville  McClintock 
Jones,  J.P.,  of  Mount  Edward,  co.  Sligo,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Elizabeth  Frances,  m.  3  Sept.  1872,  Robert  Edward  Follett 
Jones,  son  of  Major  James  Jones,  of  Mount  Edward,  co.  Sligo, 
and  has  issue. 

Mr.  Adams  m.  2ndly,  24  Sept.  1869,  Sarah  Mary,  dau.  of  Lieut.-Col. 
Owen  Loyd  Ormsby,  88th  Regt.,  and  d.  8  May,"  1871. 

Arms — Gu.,  a  heart,  between  three  cross-crosslets  fitchee  or. 
Crest — On  a  mount  vert,  a  cross-crosslet  fitchee  or,  charged  with  a 
bleeding  heart,  gu.  Motto — In  mice  salus. 

Seat — Northlands,  Carrickmacross. 


IRELAND. 


3 

Alcock. 


ADAMS    OF    JAMESBROOK. 

MAJOR  WILLIAM  RICHARD  GOOLD-ADAMS,  of 
Jamesbrook,  co.  Cork,  J.P.,  late  ist  Dragoon 
Guards,  b.  30  Aug.  1853. 

Lineage. — MICHAEL  GOOLD-ADAMS,  of  Jamesbrook  (son  of 
WALLIS  ADAMS,  and  Frances  Goold  his  wife),  m.  1800,  Martha, 
sister  of  the  ist  Earl  of  Bantry,  and  dau.  of  Simon  White,  of  Bantry 
House,  co.  Cork,  by  Frances  Jane  his  wife,  dau.  of  Richard  Hedges 
Eyre,  of  Mount  Hedges,  and  d,  1817,  having  by  her  (who  d.  1841) 
had  issue, 

1.  RICHARD  WALLIS,  his  heir. 

2.  Michael,  Lieut.-Col.  in  the  Army,  of  the  Scots  Greys,  d.  unm. 

3.  Robert  Hedges,  d.  unm.  1875. 

4.  Samuel  Hamilton,  of  Salisbury,  co.  Tipperary,  J.P.,  m.  ist,      ~, 

in  1846,  Frances  Margaret,  dau.  of  Col.  Richard  Wellesley  Bernard,  Gloucester  Regt. , 
of  Castle  Bernard,  King's  Co.  (see  that  family),  and  by  her  (who  26  Tune,  l86l  !  s. 
d.  March,  1850)  had  a  dau., 

Charlotte  Katharine,  d.  num.  30  Oct.  1905. 
He  m.  andly,  Nov.  1852,  Frances  Louisa  (d.  13  Sept.  1905),  dau. 


cross  invected  and  holding  in  the  dexter  paw  a  kev  in  pale  all 
or.     Motto — Watch  and  ward. 

Seats— Glenfarne  Hall,  co.  Leitrim,  and  Linden  Hall,  Long 
Horsley,  Northumberland.  Clubs — Naval  and  Militarv  •  Kildare 
Street,  and  Royal  St.  George  Yacht. 


ALCOCK    OF    WILTON. 
CAPT.    PHILIP  CLAY- 
TON ALCOCK,  of  Wilton, 
co.       Wexford,        J.P., 
D  L.,        High      Sheriff 
1900,          late         Capt. 
b. 


uncle  1893. 


of  Very  Rev.  Thomas  John  Burgh,  Dean  of  Cloyne,'by"Lady 

Anna  Burgh,  his  wife  (see  DE  BURGH  of  Oldtown).     He  d.  Dec. 

1884. 

1.  Frances  Jane,  d.  Nov.  1884. 
His  eldest  son, 

RICHARD  WALLIS  GOOLD-ADAMS,  of  Jamesbrook  J  P  High 
Sheriff  1868,  b.  27  March,  1802  :  m.  4  Nov.  1852,  Mary  Sarah,  dau 
of  Sir  William  Wrixon  Becher,  Bart.,  of  Ballygiblin.  She  d  31  Dec 
1899.  He  d.  5  May,  1873,  leaving  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  RICHARD,  now  of  Jamesbrook. 

2.  Francis   Michael,   b.   20   Dec.    1854  ;     Capt.    R.A.,   Assistant 
Superintendent  of  the  School  of  Gunnery  at  Shoeburyness    m 
z  Nov.  1881,  Evelyn,  dau.  of  Rev.  Edward  P.  Wynne,  Rector 
of  Shoeburyness,  and  was  killed  in  the  explosion  at  that  place 
26  Feb.  1885,  leaving  three  daus., 

1.  Evelyn  St.  Bride  Mary,  m.  Edward  W.  Scrutton. 

2.  Lynette. 

3.  Beatrice,  m.  Francis  Rowe,  I.C.S. 

3.  Richard  Eyre,  Major  late  Highland  Light  Inf.,  b.  22  July 
1856  ;    m.  8  Jan.  1891,  Zoe,  dau.  of  Charles  Douglas    Burnett 
of  Hawley,  Hants,  and  d.  31  Oct.,  1910. 

4.  Hamilton  John  (Sir),  G.C.M.G.  (1907),  K.C.M.G.  (1902),  C.B., 
Maj.    (ret.)    Roy.  Scots    Regt.,    Lieut.-Gov.   of    Orange    River 
Colony  1901,  Gov.  and  Com.-in-Chief  1909-10,  High  Commissioner  i 
and   Com.  -in-Chief  of    Cyprus   from   1911    (Government   House    I 
Nicosia,   Cyprus.      Club—  Army   and   Navy),  b.  27  June,  1858  •' 
m.   4  July,  1911,  Elsie,  youngest   dau.  of  Charles  Riordon    o' 
Montreal,  Canada. 

n  MTy  Ad,Ward0Fane>  CM-G->  Colonel  R.A.  (United  Service 
Club),  b.  16  May,  1860. 

6.  Edward  Eyre  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Beelsby,  Grimsby,  M.A.  Camb 
b.  5  April,  1862  ;  d.  unm.  24  April,  1900. 

7.  Arthur  Chaloner   (Corbally,   Glanmire,   co.   Cork)     b     7   Dec 
w6iV   m't2£  APril>J.8?3,  Lilian  Sarah,  dau.  of  the  'late  Charles 
Weldon,  of  Morden  Hill,  Lewisham,  and  has  issue 


Aileen  Lilian,  b.  30  Oct.  1895. 
Seat  —  Jamesbrook,  near  Balli 


ADAMSON    OF    GLENFARNE 

LIEUT.  -  COL.  JOHN 
GEORGE  ADAMSON,  of 
Linden  Hall,  Co.  Nor- 
thumberland and  of 
Glenfarne  Hall,  co. 
Leitrim,  D.L.,  J. P., High 
Sheriff  1908,  late  King's 
Own  Yorkshire  Light 
Infantry,  b.  8  Jan.  1855  ; 
m.  9  Aug.  1883,  Caroline 
Sara,  only  dau.  of 
the  late  Rev.  James 
Timothy  Bainbridge 
Landon,  M.A.  Oxford, 

Hon.  Canon  of  York,  and  Vicar  of  Ledsham, 
Yorks.,  formerly  Fellow  of  Magdalen  Coll.  Oxford! 
and  has  issue, 

1.  Muriel  Annie  Pearl,  b.  25  May   1884 

2.  Catharine  Evelyn,  b.  8  Dec.  1890. 

Lieut.-Col.  Adamson  is  the  elder  son  of  the  late 
Lawrence  William  Adamson,  LL.D.,  D.L.,  of  Linden, 
Long  Horsley,  co.  Northumberland  (see  BURKE'S 
Landed  Gentry),  and  Anne  Jane,  his  first  wife,  who 
d.  16  Dec.  1869,  dau.  of  John  Thomas  Edward  Flint, 
of  Filleigh,  co.  Devon. 

Lineage.— See  ADAMSON  of  Linden. 

Arms— Vert  goutte  d'eau  a  cross  invected,  in  the  first  quarter  a 
key  m  pale  and  in  the  second  a  talbot  passant  all  or.  Crest— A 
talbot  passant  az.  collared  and  charged  on  the  shoulder  with  a 


Lineage.— JOHN  ALCOCK, 
of  Downpatrick,  had  issue, 
with  three  daus.  (Elizabeth, 
m.  Oct.  1680,  her  kinsman, 
John  Alcock,  of  Kells,  co. 
Meath,  another  m.  Godfrey 
Williamson,  and  another  m. 
Robert  Rowan),  three  sons, 

'  1.'  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Alexander      (Rev.),      b. 
1665,     entered    Trin.    Coll. 
Dublin,    2  Jan.   1684,   aged 
19,  B.A.    1688,  M.A.    1692, 
Chancellor  of  the  Diocese  of 
Waterford    1699,    Dean    of 
Lismore  22  July,  1725  ;   m. 
Jane,    dau.     of     Sir    John 

Mason,  Knt.,  of  Waterford  (and  sister  to  Aland  John  Mason 
M.P.,  who  m.  in  1739,  Elizabeth,  created  1746,  Viscountess 
Grandison,  of  Dromana,  co.  Waterford),  and  d.  1747,  leaving 
issue, 

3.  Simon,  of  Dublin,  m.  Aug.  1680,  Rose  Kelly,  and  d.s.p.     His 
will,  dated  8  April,  1725,  was  proved  27  April,  1727. 

The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  ALCOCK,  of  Wilton,  co.  Wexford,  m.  Aug.  1670,  Jane, 
dau.  of  John  Bamber,  of  Bamber  Hall,  co.  Lancaster,  and  had 
issue, 

1.  Richard,  6.  1675  ;  d.s.p.  2.  WILLIAM,  his  successor. 

3.  John,  b.  1682. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Richard  Leigh,  of  Collinmore,  co.  Westmeath. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  Robert  Haly. 

3.  Alice,  m.  Aug.  1695,  Michael  Moore,  of  Drogheda. 

4.  Jane,  m.  Patrick  Lattin,  of  Dublin. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  ALCOCK,  of  Wilton,  b.  1681  ;  m.  13  May,  1701,  Henrietta, 
3rd  dau.  of  Sir  John  Mason,  Knt.,  of  Waterford,  and  had  issue 
seven  daus.,  Elizabeth  ;  Anna  Maria  ;  Alice  ;  Susannah  ;  Anne  ; 
Hannah  ;  Mary  ;  and  two  sons, 

1.  WILLIAM,' his  heir. 

2.  Henry,  of  Nymphall,  co.  Waterford,  b.  1716  ;  m.  7  Sept.  1748, 
Jane  Sheppard,  and  d.  s.p.    His  will,  dated  13  April,  1779,  was 
proved  8  June,  1784  ;  his  widow  d.  1806,  aged  84. 

Mr.  Alcock's  will,  dated  1738,  was  proved  1739.     His  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  ALCOCK,  of  Wilton,  Col.  of  the  Waterford  Regt.  of 
Militia,  m.  May,  1734,  Hon.  Mary  Loftus,  eldest  dau.  of  Nicholas, 
Viscount  Loftus,  and  in  her  descendants  co-heir  to  her  brother 
Henry,  Earl  of  Ely  ;  and  had  issue,  three  sons  and  two  daus., 

1.  HENRY,  his  heir. 

2.  William  (Major),  of  Springfield  House,  co.  Wexford  (will  dated 
8  July,  1808),  m.  ist,  Miss  Goldfrap,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

i.  William  Henry.  2.  Henry  Loftus. 

i.  Ada,  m.  —  Stepney.         2.  Jane  Evans. 
He  m.  2ndly,  Beata,  sister  of  Edward  Turner,  and  by  her  left 
issue, 

3.  Sarah  Beata.  4.  Anne. 

5.  Mary  Catherine. 

3.  John  (Sir),  of  Waterford,  Knt.  (whose  will,  dated  22  Feb. 
1792,  was  proved  7  May,  1799)-     He  m.  4  April,  1777,  Sarah,  dau. 
of  Rev.  William  Dennis,  of  Coolroebeg,  co.  Waterford,  by  whom 
(who  d.  4  April,  1825)  he  had  issue, 

i.  William,  b.  1778,  d.  unm. 

1.  Jane,  m.  Thomas  Carew,  of  Ballinamona. 

2.  Marianne,  m.  Ven.  Strange  Butson,  Archdeacon  of  Clonfert. 

3.  Henrietta,  m.  Edward  Williain  Tottenham,  of  Woodviiie, 
co.  Wexford. 

4.  Sarah,  d.  young. 

1.  Mary,  m.  James  Kearney,  of  Waterford. 

2.  Henrietta,  m.  Dec.  1785,  John  Burchall,  of  Waterford. 

Col.  Alcock  d.  19  March,  1779.  His  will,  dated  14  March,  1779,  was 
proved  15  May,  1779.  His  eldest  son, 

HENRY  ALCOCK,  of  Wilton,  M.P.  for  Waterford,  an  officer  in  the 
1 3th  Light  Dragoons,  m.  i  June,  1764,  Philippa  Melosina,  dau.  of 
the  Right  Rev.  Richard  Chenevix,  Bishop  of  Waterford  and  Lis- 
more ;  she  d.  with  her  infant  son,  14  May,  1765-  He  m.  zndly,  6 
Sept.  1766,  Elizabeth  Catharine,  dau.  of  Beverley  Ussher,  M.P.  for 
co.  Waterford  for  36  years,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  William  Henry,  d.  unm.  2.  Ussher,  d.  unm- 

3.  WILLIAM  CONGREVE,  b.   1771,  M.P.  for  co.  Wexford,  ».  jjjs 
father  1811,  and  d.  unm.   1812,  when  Wilton  devolved  on  his 
only  surviving  brother. 

A    2 


Alcock. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


4.  HARRY,  s.  his  brother. 

1.  Eliza  Jane.  2.  Mary  Anne. 

3.  Henrietta,  ;«.  Jan.  1804,  James  Wallace,  of  Waterford. 
Mr.  Alcock  d.  1811  ;  his  son, 

HARRY  ALCOCK,  of  Wilton,  b.  22  Feb.  1792,  s.  his  elder  brother 
in  1812,  and  m.  10  Sept.  1818,  Margaret  Elinor,  dau.  and  heir 


worth,  the  Provost-Marshal).  Sir  Richard  m.  Martha,  dau.  of  Sir 
Robert  Travers,  niece  of  Michael  Boyle,  the  Primate,  and  widow  of 
Capt.  Robert  Stannard,  and  had  a  son  and  heir, 

BOYLE  ALDWORTH,  of  Newmarket,  who  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
William  Culliford,  and  had  an  only  son, 

RICHARD  ALDWORTH,  of  Newmarket,  b.  in   1694  ;   m.   Elizabeth 


of  James  Savage,  of  Kilgibbon,  co.  Wexford,  a  descendant  of  the     (the  only  lady  ever  made  a  Freemason),  dau.  of  Arthur,  ist  Lord 


old   Anglo-Norman   family  of  Savage,  of  Portaferry.    She 
March.  1867.     He  d.  3  Dec.  1840,  having  had  issue, 

1.  HARRY,  late  of  Wilton  Castle. 

2.  Ussher  William,  late  Lieut.  8srd  Regt.,  b.  7  April,  1825  ;   m. 
14  Sept.  1857,  Aphra  Belinda,  dau.  of  Richard  Daxton,  and  has 
issue, 

1.  Harry,  b.  30  April,  1861. 

2.  William  Augustus,  b.  14  Oct.  1867. 

3.  Ussher  William,  b.  29  March,  1866. 

1.  Sarah  Aphra,  d.  young. 

2.  Henrietta  Mary,  m.  g  Aug.  1883,  Edward  John  Wolfe,  son  i 
of  Ven.  John  Charles  Wolfe,  Archdeacon  of  Clogher  (see  WOLFE 
of  Forenaghts). 


Doneraile,  and  had  issue, 

1.  BOYLE,  his  heir. 

2.  ST.   LEGER,  who  was  created  Lord  Doneraile  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage). 

Mr.  Aldworth  d.  25  April,  1776,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

BOYLE  ALDWORTH,  of  Newmarket,  m.  ist,  Jane,  dau.  of  Robert 
Oliver,  of  Cloughnodfoy,  co.  Limerick,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  RICHARD,  of  Newmarket,  of   Rockmill  Lodge,   and   of  Ann's 
Grove,  co.  Cork,  b.  1741  ;  m.  i  Feb.  1770,  Anne  (relict  of  Admiral 
Thomas  Cotes),  dau.  of  John  Ryder,  D.D.,  Archbishop  of  Tuam, 
by  Alicia,  dau.  of  John  Wilmot,  of  Osmaston  (she  was  b.  8  June, 
1743,  and  d.  10  May,  1827),  and  d.s.p.  4  April,  1824,  aged  83. 

2.  Robert,  d.  young. 

1.  Jane,  m.  Phineas  Bury. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  John  Flood. 

3.  Mary.  4.  Susan. 

He  m.  andly,  Oct.  1755,  Martha,  dau.  of  Col.  Christopher  Rogers, 
of  Lota,  co.  Cork,  and  by  her  had  issue, 
3.  St.  Leger,  d.s.p.  1823.  4.  Christopher,  d.s.p.  1796. 

5.  ROBERT  ROGERS,  who  carried  on  the  line. 
Mr.  Aldworth  d.  7  Dec.  1788.     His  youngest  son, 

Katherine  Annette  Pauline,  m.  24  April,  1870,  Rev.  Thomas  i       ROBERT  ROGERS  ALDWORTH,  of  Newmarket,  m.  12  March,  1793, 
Yarde,  of  Culver  House,  Chudleigh,  and  d.  1893.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  the  Ven.  John  Oliver,  Archdeacon  of  Ardagh, 

and  had  issue, 

1.  RICHARD  OLIVER,  late  of  Newmarket. 

2.  John  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Glanworth,  co.  Cork,  b.  28  Dec.  1800  ; 
m.   ist,  5  May,   1826,  Anne,  dau.  of  Charles  Deane  Oliver,  of 
Rockmill  Lodge,  co.  Cork.     She  d.  7  Nov.  1845,  leaving  issue. 
He  m.  2ndly,   10  June,  1847,  Mary,  dau.  of  William  Jackson, 
of  Youghal.     She  d.s.p.   12  Dec.   1864.    He  d.  12  June,  1878, 
having  by  his  ist  wife  had  issue, 

i.  Charles  Oliver,  of  Poulacurra  and  Ballybrack,  co.  Cork,  b. 


1857: 

Clayton,  of  Adlington  Hall,  co.  Lancaster,  and  Carigbyrne  Lodge, 
co.    Wexford    (see    BROWNE-CLAYTON    of   Browne's    Hill).     She 
d.  3  April,  1909.     He  d.  28  May,  1886,  leaving  issue, 
i    PHILIP  CLAYTON,  now  of  Wilton. 


Arthur  Henry,  b.  14  June,  1872. 


Clotilde  Henrietta. 


3.  Edith  Mary. 


4.  George  Augustus  (Rev.),  b.  12  Aug.  1829  ;   d.  9  April,  1905 
in.  30  July,  1860,  Katharine,  dau.  of  Rev.  Robert  Fishbourni 


Rector  of  Ferns,  co.  Wexford,  and  had  issue, 
James  Augustus,  b.  25  July,  1861. 

1.  Elinor  Catherine,  d.  unm.  i  Nov.  1908. 

2.  Henrietta,  m.  1853,  William  Russell  Farmar,  of  Bloomfield, 
co.  Wexford,  who  d.  20  Sept.  1871. 

3.  Elizabeth  Louisa,  m.  July,  1856,  Henry  Eckersal  Wynne,  and 
d.  16  May,  1888. 

4.  Margaret  Charlotte,  m.  1851,  David  Beatty,  of  Borodale,  co. 
Wexford,  who  d.  5  April,  1881. 

5.  Sarah,  m.  1848,  Sir  Thomas    John  Fetherston,  sth  bart.,  of 
Ardagh,  who  d.  21  Sept.  1869.     Lady  Fetherston  d.  27  Jan.  1872. 

The  eldest  son, 

HARRY  ALCOCK,  of  Wilton,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  Hon.-Col.  Wexford 
Militia,  High  Sheriff  1846,  b.  27  July,  1821  ;  and  d.s.p.  12  July,  1893, 
leaving  his  property  to  his  nephew. 

Arms— Arg.,  a  fess,  between  three  cocks'  heads,  erased  sa. 
Crest— On  a  pomeis,  charged  with  a  cross  pattee  or,  a  cock  statant 
sa.  Motto — Vigilate. 

Seat— Wilton  Castle,  Enniscorthy.  Club— Kildare  Street, 
Dublin. 


ALCOCK-STAWELL-RIVERSDAiLE.    See 
STAWELL. 


ALDWORTH    OF    NEWMARKET. 

JOHN  CHARLES  OLIVER 
ALDWORTH,  of  New  - 
market  Court,  co.  Cork, 
formerly  Lieut.  3rd  Batt. 
King's  Shropshire  Lt. 
Inf.,  Capt.  and  Hon. 
Major  late  9th  Batt. 
King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps, 
served  in  S.  Africa 
(Queen's  Medal  and  four 
clasps  and  King's  Medal), 
b.  2  Dec.  1869  ;  5.  his 
cousin  12  March,  1907; 
m.  27  Aug.  1901,  Lena 
Stephanie  Cecil,  elder 
dau.  of  late  John  Stephen 
Collins,  J.P.,  of  Ardnalee 
(see  that  family),  and  has 
issue,  three  daus., 

1.  Dorothy  Agnes  St.  Leger.       2.  Susan  Stephanie  Cecil  Letitia. 

3.  Mary  Katherine  Elizabeth. 

Lineage.— RICHARD  ALDWORTH  obtained  a  grant  of  part  of 
the  Earl  of  Desmond's  forfeited  estate  near  Short  Castle,  Mallow 
temp.  ELIZABETH.  He  m.  Ellen  Poer,  and  was  father  of 

SIR    RICHARD    ALDWORTH,    Knt.,    Provost-Marshal    and    Vice- 
President  of  Munster,  to  whom  the  manor  and  estate  of  Newmarket 
were  granted,   i   M      ' 
21  June,  1629  (Fun 
to 

^??   Rl,c«ARD  ALDWORTH,   Knt.,  of  Newmarket,  eldest  son  of 
William  Aldworth  (who  was  the  elder  brother  of  Sir  Richard  Aid- 


3  Aug.  1829  ;  d.  7  Nov.  1896  ;  m.  13  Feb.  1868,  Sarah,  dau.  of 
William  Crooke  Ronayne,  of  Cork,  and  widow  of  Robert  James 
Martin,  of  Dublin,  and  had  issue, 

(1)  JOHN  CHARLES  OLIVER,  now  of  Newmarket. 

(2)  William  Ronayne  Oliver,  b.  23  March,  1874. 

2.  Robert  St.  Leger  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Athnowen,  co.  Cork,  6. 
8  July,  1832;   d.  1893  ;  m.  9  Sept.  1871,  Sarah  Pratt,  dau.  of 
Noblett  Dunscombe  Parker,  of  Carrigrohan  Lodge,  co.  Cork, 
M.D, 

3.  Richard    Fitzjohn,    District    Inspector    Royal    Irish    Con- 
stabulary, b.  22  Oct.  1836  ;    m.  ist,  7  April,  1869,  Elizabeth 
MacGregor,  dau.  of  William  Hutton,  of  Headview  House,  co. 
Waterford,  and  by  her  (who  d.  3  May,  1889,  had  issue, 

Oliver  Fitzmaurice,  b.  5  March,  1870  ;  d.  9  April,  1884. 
He  m.  andly,  9  Nov.   1891,  Maria  Louisa,  dau.  of  Rev.  E. 
Loftus  FitzGerald,  and  d.s.p.s.  10  Feb.  1893. 

4.  St.  Leger  Hewitt,  d.  19  June,  1850. 

1.  Elizabeth  Katherine,  m.  20  May,  1871,  Rev.  Percival  Walsh 
Jordan,  Rector  of  Drayton,  co.  Oxford,  and  had  issue.    She  d. 
17  April,  1908. 

2.  Sarah  Maria.  3.  Letitia  Agnes. 

8.  St.   Leger,  Comm.  R.N.,    of  Dunmahon,  Carrigdownane  and 

Dungansiliagh,    co.   Cork,   J.P.,   b.  4  Sept.    1806  ;    m.  20  Oct. 

1836,  Alicia  Susan  Deane,  dau.    of    Charles   Deane   Oliver,   of 

Rockmill  Lodge,  and  d.  6  Jan.   1877,  having  by  her  (who  d.  23 

Nov.  1874)  had  issue, 

Robert  Oliver,  Capt.  49th  Regt.,  b.  14  Mav,  1839  ;  d.  unm.  31 
July,  1874. 

Alicia  Emily  Hester  St.  Leger,  of  Beechmount  and  Carrig- 
downane, co.  Cork. 

4.  Robert,    of    Glouncaume    and    Meenkeragh,    co.    Cork,    Col. 

(retired)  N.  Cork  Rifles,  late  Capt.  94th  Regt.,  b.  31  Oct.  1809  ; 

m.  29  April,  1852,  Olivia  Catherine,  dau.  of  Rev.  James  Morton, 

Rector  of  Clonfert,   and  widow  of  George  Wood,   of  Edghill, 

Liverpool,  and  d.  i  Sept.  1899,  having  had  isoue, 

i.  Robert  Morton,  b.  29  July,  1854  >  d.  29  Aug.  1868. 
--2.  William,  b.  3  Oct.  iSss.'D.S.O.,  Lieut.-Col.  Duke  of  Corn- 
wall's L.I.,  formerly  Beds.  Regt.,   killed  in   action   at  Paarde- 
berg,  S.  Africa,  when  gallantly  leading  his  regiment,  18  Feb. 
1900,  d.  unm. 

3.  St.  Leger  Boyle,  of  Meenkeragh,  co.  Cork,  late  District 
Superintendent  Burmah    Police,    and    Deputy  Commissioner, 
Arakan  Hill  Tracts,  b.  18  May,  1863. 

4.  John  James  Richard  Oliver,  Malay  Federated  States  Civil 
Service,  b.  18  Sept.  1866 ;   m.  24  May,  I9os,  Dorothea  Anne 
Harvey,  dau.   of  Richard  W.   Drew,  of  Bechingley  House 
Surrey,  and  has  issue, 

"Robert  Harvey,  b.  17  Nov.  1906. 
Kathleen  Olivia,  b.  14  Nov.  1908. 

1.  Olivia  (Clarempnt,  Dor k ing). 

2.  Adelaide  Louisa,  m.   24  June,   1880,   Rev.   Charles  James 
Ferguson,  D.D.,   Rector  of  Clondalkin    co.  Dublin,  and  has 
issue,  three  sons  and  two  daus. 

3.  Letitia  Charlotte,  d.  young,  1861. 

4.  Jane  Dorothea  Sophia. 

Mr.  Aldworth  d.  28  Jan.  1836.     His  eldest  son, 


TMaWh  %™anor  and  estate  of  Newmarket  '       R^HARD    OLIVER'  ALDWORTH,    of   Newmarket,    co.    Cork,    J.P. 

i  March    1621.     He  m.  Anne  Mervm,  and  d.s.p.  \  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1832-33,  b.  2  Feb.  1794  •   m   22  Jan    1824 
Fun.  Ent.).    That  property  devolved  in  succession     Lady  Letitia  Hare,  eldest  dfu    of  Richard,  V  scount  En^ismore 


(eldest  son  of  William,  ist  Earl  of  Listowel),  and  d.  27  Feb.  1887, 
having  by  her  (who  d.  19  Sept.  1874)  had  issue, 
1.  RICHARD  WILLIAM,  late  of  Newmarket. 


5 


IRELAND. 


Alexander. 


2.  ROBERT,  late  of  Newmarket. 

3.  William  St.  Leger  (Rev.),  Vicar  of  Eardisley,  co.  Hereford, 
b.  21  Feb.  1829  ;  m.  June,  1853,  Mary,  3rd  dau.  of  William  Stark 
Dougall,  of  Scotscraig,  co.  Fife,  and  d.s.p.  29  Dec.  1865. 

4.  John  (Rev.),  b.  8  Sept.  1832  ;  d.  18  April,  1896. 
1.  Katherine  Anne. 

The  eldest  son, 

COL.  RICHARD  WILLIAM  ALDWORTH,  of  Newmarket  Court,  co. 
Cork,  Col.  late  7th  Royal  Fusiliers,  J.P.  for  cos.  Cork,  Kerry,  and 
Limerick,  D.L.  co.  Cork,  High  Sheriff  co.  Cork,  1869  ;  b.  31  Jan. 
1825  ;  m.  30.  July,  1863,  Lady  Mary  Catherine  Henrietta  Bernard, 
eldest  dau.  of  Francis,  3rd  Earl  of  Bandon,  and  d.s.p.  4  Feb.  1899. 
He  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

ROBERT  ALDWORTH,  of  Newmarket  Court,  co.  Cork,  and  West- 
lake,  co.  Somerset,  J.P.  for  both  cos.,  Barrister-at-Law,  formerly 
Capt.  and  Hon.  Major  gth  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifles,  b.  n  June, 
1827  ;  m.  23  May,  1867,  Louisa  Mary  (who  d.  13  May,  1903),  eldest 
dau.  and  co-heir  of  Major-Gen.  Henry  Dunbar  Tolley,  C.B.,  by 
Frances  his  wife,  sister  of  6th  and  7th  Viscounts  Midleton.  He  d. 
12  March,  1907,  being  s.  by  his  kinsman. 

Arms — Arg.,  a  fess  engrailed  between  six  billets,  gu.  Crest — 
A  dexter  arm  embowed  in  armour,  the  hand  grasping  a  straight 
sword,  all  ppr.  Motto — Nee  temere,  nee  timide. 

Seat — Newmarket  Court,  co.  Cork. 


ALEXANDER    OF    MILFORD. 

JOHN  ALEXANDER,  of  Milford  House,  co.  Carlow, 
JiP.,  High  Sheriff  1891,  formerly  Major  King's 
Dragoon  Guards,  b,  23  Sept.  1850  ;  s.  his  father 
1885  ;  m.  22  April,  1896,  Ethel,  dau.  of  Kennett 
Bayley,  of  Sevenoaks,  Inchicore,  co.  Dublin,  and 
has  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  b.  g  July,  1898.  2.  Kennett,  6.  22  March,  1900. 

3.  William,  b.  13  May,  1901.        4.  George,  b.  21  Dec.  1907. 

1.  Jane. 

Lineage. — THE  REV.  ANDREW  ALEXANDER,  D.D.,  Presby- 
terian minister,  went  from  Scotland  and  settled  in  the  north  of 
Ireland,  A.D.  1618.  He  m.  Dorothea,  dau.  of  Rev.  James  Caulfeild, 
D.D.,  and  dying  circa  1641,  left  a  son, 

ANDREW  ALEXANDER,  of  Ballyclose,  Newtownlimavady  (at- 
tainted by  JAMES  II.,  1689),  m.  ist,  a  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Phillips, 
called  Governor  Phillips,  and  had  a  son  and  heir,  JACOB.  He  m, 
2ndly,  a  dau.  of  the  Laird  of  Hilles,  and  had  a  son,  JOHN,  of  whom 
alter  as  ancestor  of  ALEXANDER  of  Milford.  The  eldest  son, 

JACOB  ALEXANDER,  of  Newtownlimavady,  m.  1692,  Margaret  (or 
Jane),  dau.  and  heiress  of  John  Oliver,  of  The  Lodge,  Newtown- 
limavady, chief  magistrate  appointed  to  administer  the  oath  of 
allegiance  on  the  accession  of  WILLIAM  and  MARY,  and  had  issue. 
The  eldest  son, 

JAMES  ALEXANDER,  of  Newtownlimavady,  merchant,  m.  Eliza- 
beth Ross,  of  Newtownlimavady,  and  had  issue.  Mr.  Alexander 
(whose  will  was  proved  4  July,  1786)  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

LESLEY  ALEXANDER,  of  Newtownlimavady,  who  m.  Anna 
Simpson,  of  Armagh,  and  had  issue, 

1.  John,  of  Newtownlimavady,  m.  Margaret,  dau.   of  Samuel 
Maxwell,  and  dying  1853,  left  issue, 

1.  Lesley,  nth  Hussars,  d.  unm. 

2.  Alexander,  d.  unm. 

3.  Samuel  Maxwell,  of  Roe  Park,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
co.  Londonderry,  b.  1834  ;   m.  22  April,  1884,  Henrietta  Con- 
stance, dau.  of  Sir  Frederick  William  Heygate,  Bart.,  and  d.s.p. 
10  June,  1886. 

4.  John,  of  Newtownlimavady,  b.  1836  ;  d.  unm. 

1.  Anna,  m.  1857,  Alfred  John  Stanton,  M.P.,  and  d.  1858. 

2.  Jane,  m.  1850,  E.  F.  C.  Ritter.    He  d.  1891,  leaving  issue. 
She  d.  23  March,  1903. 

2.  James,  of  Gortinesson,  co.  Derry. 

3.  Lesley,  of  Foyle  Park,  J.P.  and.  D.L.,  m.  1835,  Amelia  Maria, 
dau.  of  Col.  Bates,  but  d.s.p. 

4.  Alexander,  d.  1832. 

5.  THOMAS,  late  of  Buncrana. 

1.  Louisa.  2.  Jane,  m.  William  Moody. 

3.  Elizabeth. 
The  youngest  son, 

THOMAS  ALEXANDER,  of  Frowick  House,  Essex,  and  Buncrana, 
co.  Donegal,  and  70,  Lancaster  Gate,  Hyde  Park,  High  Sheriff  co. 
Donegal  1852,  b.  1791  ;  m.  1836,  Jane,  eldest  dau.  of  William 
Haigh,  of  Westfield  House,  Doncaster  (who  d.  12  May,  1828),  and 
Rosetta  Alethea  Martin  his  wife  (who  d.  1834).  She  d.  24  Feb. 
1875.  He  d.  17  Feb.  1867,  having  had  issue, 

1.  LESLEY  WILLIAM,  of  Buncrana,  co.  Donegal,  and  of  Ahilly, 
b.  15  Aug.  1841 ;  d.  unm.  15  July,  1909. 

2.  James,  b.  1843  ;  d.  19  Aug.  1869. 

3.  Thomas,  d.  2  Sept.  1877. 

4.  Edward  Merydeth  Edgworth,  d.  unm. 

1.  Anna  Louisa,  m.  Capt.  S.  S.  Bristowe,  of  Hutoft,  Lincolnshire. 

2.  Rosetta,  m.  7  May,  1861,  Algernon  Bathurst,  son  of  Sir  James 
and  Lady  Caroline  Bathurst.     He  d.  16  Feb.  1895. 

3.  Elizabeth  Frances,  d.  unm.  Oct.  1897. 

We  now  return  to  JOHN  ALEXANDER  above  mentioned.  This  JOHN 
ALEXANDER,  of  Ballyclose,  Newtownlimavady,  co.  Londonderry, 
and  Gunsland,  cp.  Donegal,  son  of  Andrew  Alexander,  of  Ballyclose, 
by  his  second  wife,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of  John  White,  of  Cady  Hall,  co. 
Londonderry,  and  d.  12  March,  1747,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whose  line  we  treat. 

2.  NATHANIEL,    ancestor    of    the    ALEXANDERS    of    Portglenone, 
and  of  the  EARLS  OF  CALEDON. 


Sept.,  1872  ;   m. 


July,  1855,  Lucia  Margaret, 
Bart.    She  d.  7  Feb.  1893. 


3.  William,  ancestor  of  ALEXANDER,  Bart.,  of  Dublin. 

1.  Martha,  m.  Alexander  Kellie. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  ALEXANDER,  of  Londonderry,  b.  1689  ;  m.  Sarah,  dau.  of 
Alexander  Macaulay,  of  Drumnagisson,  co.  Antrim.  He  d.  1766, 
leaving,  with  other  issue,  a  son, 

JOHN  ALEXANDER,  of  Ardmoulin,  co.  Down,  b.  26  Jan.  1736  ;  m. 
29  May,  1760,  Anne,  dau.  of  George  Portis,  and  dying  23  Dec. 
1821,  was  s.  by  his  son, 

JOHN  ALEXANDER,  of  Milford,  co.  Carlow,  b.  27  Feb.  1764  ;  m. 
8  Sept.  1801,  Christian,  dau.  of  Lorenzo  Nickson  Izod,  of  ChapeJ 
Izod,  co.  Kilkenny.  She  d.  13  Dec.  1864,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  Milford. 

2.  Lorenzo  William,  b.  22  Oct.  1810  ;  m.  25  June,  1857,  Harriet, 
dau.  of  Col.  Henry  Bruen,  of  Oak  Park,  co.  Carlow,  and  d.  21  Sept. 
1867,  leaving 

i.  Henry  Bruen,  b.  8  Nov.  1860. 

1.  Christian. 

2.  Anne,  m.  21  Dec.  1886,  Henry  E.  W.  de  Robeck,  Wicklow 
Art.,  late  Capt.  R.A.,  eldest  son  of  Baron  de  Robeck. 

3.  George,  of  Erindale,   co.   Carlow,  J.P.,   Barrister-at-Law,  b. 
17  Feb.  1814  ;  m.  28  Feb.  1861,  Susan  Henn  (d.  July,  1895),  dau. 
of  Stephen  Collins,  Q.C.,  of  Merrion  Square,  Dublin  (see  COLLINS 
of  Ardnalea),  and  d.  1893,  leaving  issue, 

i.  John  Stephen,  b.  4  Jan.  1862.          2.  Frank,  b.  26  Jan.  1864. 

3.  James  Leslie,  Major  Indian  Army,  b.  i  May,  1868  ;   m.  17 
Oct.    1903,   Emily   Shakespear,   youngest   dau.   of   Gen.   Sir 
Robert  Cunliffe  Low,  G.C.B.,  and  has  issue  a  son,  b.  17  April, 
1907. 

4.  Walter  Lorenzo,  Capt.  Yorks.  Regt,  b. 
and  has  issue,  a  son,  b.  18  April,  1905. 

i.  Christian  Izod. 

4.  James,  b.  8  March,  1818  ;  m.  12 
dau.  of  Sir  William  Clarke  Travers, 
He  d.s.p.  9  Feb.  1882. 

5.  Charles  Leslie  (Rev.),  b.  28  April,  1820  ;    m.  26  Jan.   1882, 
Hon.   Emily  Caroline  Fremantle,   dau.   of   ist   Lord  Cottesloe, 
and  d.s.p.  1888. 

6.  Henry,  Gen.  in  the  Army,  b.  17  Aug.  1822. 

1.  Anne,  m.  6  Oct.  1828,  John  Cranstoun,  and  d.s.p.  10  April, 
1862. 

2.  Lucia,  d.  unm.  7  Oct.  1877. 

3.  Fanny,  m.  19  Oct.  1847,  Rev.  Charles  Henry  Travers. 
i  Mr.  Alexander  d.  16  Aug.  1843.     His  eldest  son, 

JOHN  ALEXANDER,  of  Milford  House,  co.  Carlow,  M.A.,  High 
Sheriff  1824,  and  M.P.  for  Carlow  1853  to  1859,  b.  26  July,  1802  ; 
m.  18  Oct.  1848,  Esther,  eldest  dau.  of  Matthew  Brinkley,  of  Parsons- 
town,  co.  Meath,  2nd  son  of  Right  Rev.  John  Brinkley,  Bishop 
of  Cloyne,  and  d.  Oct.  1885,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  now  of  Milford. 

2.  William  Cranstoun,  b.  5  Nov.  1851  ;    m.  8  Feb.  1879,  Edith 
Caroline,  dau.  of  Col.  William  Longfield,  of  Ashgrove,  co.  Cork. 

3.  Lorenzo,  of  Sandon,  British  Columbia,  b.  28  Aug.  1853  »    m- 
28  Dec.  1899,  Charlotte  Catherine  Louisa,  dau.  of  Arthur  John 
Campbell  Gwatkin  (see  BURKE'S  Family  Records],  and  has  issue, 

A  son,  6.  30  May,  1901. 
A  dau.,  b.  13  Oct.  1902. 

4.  Charles  Henry,  Maj.  R.A.,  b.  2  June,  1856  ;    m.   17  March, 
1891,  Isabel  Annie,  dau.  of  Gen.  Sir  Campbell  Claye  Ross,  K.C.B., 
of  Lothian  House,  Ryde. 

5.  George,  Barrister-at-Law,  b.  20  June,  1858. 

1.  Harriet     Lucia,     m.    8    July,    1875,    Lieut.-Col.  E.    G.    M. 
Donnithorne,  late  Scots  Greys,  and  has  issue. 
Seat—  Milford  House,  near  Carlow.    Clubs—  Naval  and  Military, 
and  Kildare  Street. 


ALEXANDER    OF    FORKILL. 

GRANVILLE  HENRY 
JACKSON  ALEXANDER,  of 
Forkill  House,  co.  Ar- 
magh, J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff,  1883,  late 
Lieut.  83rd  Regt.  and 
Capt.  3rd  Batt.,  Royal 
Irish  Fus.,  6.  26  June, 
1852;  m.  25  Feb.  1880, 
Daisy,  dau.  of  M. 
Mathews,  of  San  Fran- 
cisco. 

Lineage.  — •  NATHANIEL 
ALEXANDER,  of  Gunsland,  co. 
Donegal,  b.  1689,  and  son  of 
JOHN  ALEXANDER,  of  Ballyclose,  co.  Londonderry,  and  of  Gunsland, 
co.  Donegal  (see  ALEXANDER  of  Milford),  and  grandson  of 
ANDREW  ALEXANDER,  of  Ballyclose.  He  was  admitted  an 
alderman  of  Londonderry  1755.  He  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
William  McClintock,  of  Dunmore,  co.  Donegal  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage,  RATHDONNELL,  B.),  and  d.  22  Sept.  1761,  having  had 
issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,    of    London,    Barrister-at-Law,    m.    i    Jan.    1753, 

Charlotte,  dau.  of  Messenger  Monsey,  M.D.,  of  Chelsea  Hospital. 

She  d.  ii  Oct.  1798.     He  d.  1774,  leaving  issue, 

i.  Monsey  (Rev.),  incumbent  of  Moville,  co.  Derry,  m.  Susan 


Alexander. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


He  m.  2ndly,  13  Dec. 
reville,   LL.D., 


Maria,  dau.  of  James  McClintock.     He  d.  1790,  having  by  her 
(who  m.  zndly,  Rev.  Samuel  Law  Montgomery)  had  an  only  dau., 
Dorothea,  m.   1816,  Rev.  Alexander  Staples,  D.D.,  rector 
of  Gowran.     She  d.  1859.     He  d.  1864,  leaving  issue. 
2.  William,  d.  unm.  3.  John,  d.  unm. 

4.  Robert,   E.I.C.S.,   and  member  of  council  at  Madras,   b.  \ 
April,  1771  ;   m.  rst,  dau.  of  —  Williams,  and  had  a  son, 

(1)  James  Williams,  B.S.C.,  d.s.p. 

He  m.  2ndly,  6  May,  1809,  Grace,  dau.  of  Rev.  St.  John  Blacker, 
D.D.  She  d.  19  Oct.  1835.  He  d.  15  July,  1861,  aged  90, 
having  had, 

(2)  Robert,   of  Holwood,    Kent,   C.B.,   B.S.C.,   b.   2   July 
1813  ;  m.  ist,  8  Oct.  1846,  Caroline  Skelton,  dau.  of  George 
Murray.     She  d.s.p.  29  July,  1859.     He  m.  2 

1870,   Emmeline   Bethia,   dau.   of   R.   K.  Gre 

and  widow  of  Major-Gen.  H.  Drummond.     He  d.s.p.  16  Aug. 

1882. 

(1)  Charlotte,  m.  17  Aug.  1850,  John  Muddelle. 

(2)  Mary,   m.   6  April,    1837,   Rev.  Sir  St.   Vincent   Love 
Hammick,  2nd  bart.,  who  d.  19  Feb.  1888.     She  d.  17  July, 
1902,  leaving  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

1.  Charlotte  Grace. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  27  Dec.  1803,  Henry  Harmer,  of  Bicton  Hall, 
Salop.  3.  Mary. 

4.  Anne,  m.  William  Dalton,  and  d.s.p.  1840. 

5.  Jemima,  m.   1789,  Rev.  John  Edward  Rolfe.     She  d.   25  I 
June,  1827.     He  d.  24  July,  1795,  leaving  issue. 

6.  Catherine,  m.   1800,  Ven.  John  Bedingfeld  Collyer,  arch- 
deacon  of  Norwich,  and  had  issue. 

2.  ROBERT,  of  Boom  Hall. 

3.  James,  ist  EARL  OF  CALEDON  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

1  Mary   Jane,    m.    ist,    Joseph    Weld,    and    andly,    Hamilton  j 

Maclure,  and  had  i^sue. 

2.  Rebecca,  m.  1766,  Josias  Du  Pre,  of  Wilton  Park,  Bucks, 

and  d.  1800. 
Alderman  Alexander  d.  22  Sept.  1761.     His  2nd  son, 

ROBERT  ALEXANDER,  of  Boom  Hall,  co.  Londonderry,  m.  I 
Anne,  dau.  and  coheir  of  Henry  McCullogh.  She  d.  20  Jan.  I 
1817.  He  d.  27  March,  1790,  leaving  issue, 

1.  NATHANIEL  (Right  Rev.),  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Henry,  of  Glentogher,  co.  Donegal,  M.P.  in  several  Parlia- 
ments, b.  1763,  m.  14  Feb.  1807,  Dorothy,  dau.  of  Francis  Rivers. 
She  d.  10  Dec.  1864.     He  d.  6  May,  1818,  leaving  issue, 

i.  James,  B.C.S.,  b.  12  Jan.  1813  ;  m.  6  Nov.  1849,  Catherine, 
dau.  of  Richard  Harvey.  She  d.  6  Dec.  1879.  He  d.s.p. 
28  Feb.  1851. 

1.  Mary. 

2.  Ann,    m.    1838,    Maj.-Gen.    George    Rowlandson.     He    d. 
31  May,  1875.     She  d.  6  April,  1851,  leaving  issue. 

3.  Catherine.  4.  Fanny. 

3.  William,  Lieut.-Gcn.  in  the  Army,  b.  1768  ;  m.  1793,  Matilda, 
dau.  of  Sir  Robert  Waller,  Bart.     Shed.  1850.     He    d.  i  Jan.  j 
1824,  leaving  a  son  and  a  dau., 

i.  Robert  (Rev.),  Prebendary  of  Derry  and  Rector  of 
Aghadoe,  b.  17  Sept.  1795  ;  m.  16  Oct.  1820,  Dorothea,  dau. 
and  heir  of  Henry  McClintock,  of  Rathdonnell  House,  co. 
Donegal  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  RATHDONNELL,  B.).  She  d. 
17  May,  1877.  He  d.  n  May,  1872,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  William    (Most    Rev.),    D.D.,    D.C.L.,    Archbishop    of 
Armagh  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage),  b.  13  April,  1824  ;    d.  Aug. 
1911  ;    m.  15  Oct.  1850,  Cecil  Frances,  dau.  of  Maj.  John 
Humphreys,    D.L.,    of    Miltown    House,    co.    Tyrone.     She 
d.  12  Oct.  1895,  leaving  issue, 

la.  Robert  Jocelyn,  B.A.  Oxford,  b.  n  June,  1852  ;  m. 
5  Jan.  1876,  Alice  Rachael,  dau.  of  J.  J.  H.  Humphreys, 
of  Lincoln's  Inn,  and  had  issue, 

William  Harold,  b.  26  Feb.,  d.  5  Dec.  1880. 
2a.  Cecil  John  Francis,  b.  16  March,  1855  ;    d.  28  March, 
1910  ;     m.   27   July,    1882,   Eva  Frances,  dau.  of  Right 
Hon.  Arthur    MacMurrough    Kavanagh,    of    Borris,    co.   | 
Carlow   (see  that  family),  and  by  her  (who  d.  27  Sept. 
1896),  had  issue, 

Arthur  Cecil,  d.  unm.,  29  Oct.,  1907. 
i  a.  Eleanor  Jane. 
2«.  Dorothea  Agnes,  m.  22  July,  1893,  George  John  Bowen. 

(2)  Henry   McClintock,    Rear-Adm.    R.N.,    b.  7  Oct.  1834  ; 
m.     ist,     22     Oct.    1864,    Eliza    Frances     Charlotte,     only 
dau.  of  Sir  W.  S.  Wiseman,  8th  bart.     She  d.  i  April,  1875 
leaving  issue, 

la.  Robert  William  Wiseman,  b.  n  Jan.  1870. 

i«.   Kathleen  Henrietta,  d.  6  Feb.  1877. 

2«.  Charlotte  Marion. 

3«.  Agatha  Frances  Mary,  m.  Christopher  B.  L.  Lefroy,  and 

d.  27  June,  1903. 

He  m.  2ndly,  16  Jan.  1877,  Agnes,  widow  of  Col.  J.  Wray, 
and  dau.  of  Capt.  J.  Hannay.     He  d.  17  Dec.  1896. 
(i)  Mary,  m.  17  Sept.  1845.  Wm.  Keown,  M.P.  (who  assumed 
the  name  of  Boyd),  of  Ball 


(who  d. 


llydugan,  co.  Down,  and  by  him  , 


„  Jan.  1877)  had  issue.    She  d.  15  Nov.  1905. 

(2)  Matilda,  w.  10    uly,  1845  Maximilian  Hammond  Dalison, 
of  Hamptons,  Kent.     He  d.  30  March,  1902.     She  d.  15  April, 
1903,  leaving  issue. 

(3)  Elizabeth,  m.  10  Jan.  1856,  Very  Rev.  A.  Ferguson  Smyly, 
Dean  of  Derry.     She  d.  g  May,  1875,  leaving  issue  (see  SMYLY 
of  Camus). 

'  (4)  Catherine,  m.  4  June,  1861,  Jas.  Sinclair  (see  SINCLAIR  of 
Holyhill  and  Bonnyglen),  and  d.  his  widow  15  Jan.  1906, 
having  had  issue. 

(5)  Dorothea,  m.  10  Jan.  1856,  Lieut.-Col.  H.  Keown,  late 
R.I   Rifles. 
2.  William  Ferguson. 


i.  Catherine,  m.  George  Thompson,  of  Cloiiskeagh  Castle,  co. 
Dublin  and  d.  1836. 

4.  James,  of  Somerhill,  Kent,  D.L.,  M.P.  in  many  Parliaments, 
b.  1769  ;    m.  ist,  Eliza,  dau.  of  Capt.  Dundas,  of  Manour,  co. 
Stirling,  by  whom  he  had, 

i.  Eliza  Charlotte,  m.  3  Sept.  1825,  Stratford  Canning,  Viscount 
Stratford  de  Redcliffe.  G.C.B.  She  d.  25  Nov.  1882.  He  d. 
14  Aug.  1880. 

He  m.  2ndly,  8  March,  1813,  Charlotte  Sophia,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Dashwood,  and  widow  of  the  Hon.  Charles  Andrew  Bruce  (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage,  ELGIN,  E.).  She  d.  n  April,  1870.  He  d. 
12  Sept.  1848,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Robert,  of  Uphaven,  WUts,  b.  10  Feb.  1815  ;    m.  23  July, 
1844,  Julia  Charlotte,  dau.  of  W.  Fane,  Bengal   C.S.     She  d. 
1903.     He  d.  23  Oct.  1863,  having  had  issue, 

(i)  James  Fane,  of  Uphaven,  formerly  Capt.  i7th  Lancers, 
b.  i  Jan.  1846  ;  m.  16  Sept.  1884,  Aurea  Otway,  dau.  of 
Major  Henry  Otway  Mayne  (of  Mayne's  Horse),  and  d. 
31  Dec.  1891,  leaving  issue, 

la.  Paul  Robert  Mayne,  b.  16  Sept.  1885. 

2a.  Charles  Otway.fr.  i  Jan.  1888. 

3«.  William  James,  b.  6  July,  1891. 
(i)  Amy  Louisa,  a.  7  June,  1870.  (2)  Emily  Maude. 

2.  James,  of  Oak  Bank,  Sevenoaks,  b.  7  May,  1822  ;    m.  13 
May,  1845,  Anna  Maria  Julia,  dau.  of  Maximilian  D.  D.  Dalison, 
of  Hamptons,  Kent  (who  d.  30  May,  1910),  and  d.  8  Aug.  1899, 
leaving  issue, 

(1)  James  Dalison,  of  Oakbank,  near  Sevenoaks,  late  Capt. 
West  Kent  Yeomanry  Cavalry,  D.L.  for  Kent  (70,  Cadogan 
Square,  S.W.),  b.  5  March,  1846;    m.  27  Jan.  1885,  Lady 
Emily  Harriet  Catherine  Boyle,  eldest  dau.  of  Earl  of  Cork 
and  Orrery,  K.P.,  and  has  issue, 

la.  James  Ulick  Francis  Canning,  Lieu".  Coldslream  Gds  , 

b.  10  Feb.  1889. 

2«.  James  Cedric  St.  Lawrence,  b.  15  July,  1897. 

la.  Evelyn  Catherine,  b.  21  March,  1887  ;  m.  5  Jan.  1909, 

Claud  Alfred  Victor  Sykes,  Grenadier  Gds.,  of  West  Ella, 

near  Hull,  and  d.  27  April,  1909. 

2a.  Jacqueline  Harriet,  b.  7  June,  1892. 

(2)  Charles  Robert,   Barrister-at-Law,  b.   8  Nov.   1847  ;    d. 
17  Feb.  1902. 

(3)  Evelyn  Ferguson  (Rev.),  B.A.  Oxon.,  b.  23  March,  1850  ; 
d.  unm.  24  Feb.  1887. 

(i)  Mabel  Emma. 

2.  Charlotte  Sophia,  d.  unm.  1897. 

3.  Anne,  d.  unm.  1886. 

4.  Emma,  d.  unm.  1843. 

5.  Josias  Du  Pre,  an  East  India  Director,  and  for  some  years 
M.P.  for  Old  Sarum,  b.  1771  ;  m.  i  Feb.  1808,  Mary,  dau.  of  the 
Rev.  Thomas  Bracken.     She  d.  13  Nov.  1868.     He  d.  20  Aug. 
1839,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Caledon  Du  Pre,  of  Auberies,  Essex,  D.L.,  Capt.  ist  Life 
Guards,  b.  16  Nov.  1817  ;  m.  1843,  Caroline,  2nd  dau.  of  James 
Ewing,  and  d.  18  July,  1884,  having  by  her  (who  d.  15  Dec. 
1891)  had  issue, 

(1)  Caledon  James,  Capt.  Coldstream  Guards,  m.  17  Sept. 
1874,  Nina  Stewart,  eldest  dau.  of  Col.  Sir  John  Stewart 
Wood,  K.C.B.,  andd.  21  Sept.  following. 

(2)  Francis,  Lieut.  R.N.,  m.  31  Jan.   1883,  Caroline  Mary, 
dau.  of  Lieut.-Col.  Arthur  Tremayne,  of  Carclew,  formerly 
1 3th  Light  Dragoons. 

(3)  William  Merk,  drowned  in   the  River  Tweed,   2   May, 
1885,  aged  23. 

(4)  Harvey,   D.S.O.,  Lieut.-Col.    loth     Hussars  (Res— The 
Grange,    Chetnole,    Sherborne),    b.    3    June,    1859  ;     m.    17 
April,    1890,    Mildred    Maria,    youngest    dau.   of    Charles 
Prideaux-Brune,  of  Prideaux  Place,  Cornwall,  and  has  issue, 

la.  Caledon  James,  b.  1895. 
za.  Robert  Dudley,  b.  1899. 
la.  Constance  Isolda. 

(5)  Reginald. 

(1)  Janet,  m.  17  June,  1871,  Maj.-Gen.  E.  A.  Wood,  C.B., 
who  d.  22  May,  1898,  leaving  issue. 

(2)  Mary  (3)  Louisa. 
(4)  Margot. 

2.  Josias  Bracken  Canning,  b.  12  Dec.  1826  ;  m.  n  Jan.  1848, 
Agnes  Cecilia,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Curtis,  2nd  bart.,  and  d. 
1882,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Josias  William,  I.C.S.,  b.  14  May,  1849  ;  d.unm. 

(2)  Frederick,  late  R.N.,  b.  13  Dec.  1852. 

(3)  Atwell  Lake,  b.  8  June,  1856. 

(4)  Henry  Charles,  b.  25  March,  1858. 

(5)  Horace  Bracken,  b.  30  Aug.  1859. 

(6)  Charles,  b.  7  Nov.  1860. 

(7)  George  Frank,  b.  15  Jan.  1862. 

(8)  William  Montague,  b.  24  June,  1865. 

(9)  Edward  Stewart,  b.  6  Nov.  1867. 

(10)  Frank  Beaufort,  b.  13  May,  d.  17  Oct.  1869. 

(1)  Agnes  Mary. 

(2)  Jessie  Louisa,  m.  G.  S.  Everard. 

(3)  Caroline  Isabella. 

(4)  Gertrude  Mary  Ann  (twin  with  Charles). 

(5)  Madelina  Louisa.  (6)  Ellen  Augusta. 
(7)  Lucy  Georgina.                      (8)  Constance  Maud. 

1.  Mary  Anne,  m.  1837,  J.  Pratt  Barlow,   whorf.  21  Aug.  1871. 

2.  Lucy  Emma. 

3.  Eliza,  m.  22  Jan.  1842,  Robert  Holbeche  Dolling,  of  Maghe- 
ralin,  co.  Down,  and  d.  2  Jan.  1870.     He  d.  28  Sept.   1878, 
leaving  issue. 

4.  Charlotte  Maria,  d.  unm.  5.  Ellen  Louisa,  d.  unm. 

6.  Madeline,    m.    2    Sept.    1845,    Admiral    Frederick   William 


IRELAND. 


Ancketill. 


Pleydell-Bouverie,  late  R.N.,  and  has  issue  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage,  RADNOR,  E.).  He  d.  17  July,  1898. 

7.  Fanny  Selina,  m.  22  Jan.  1846,  Rev.  Francis  Simpson,  M.A., 
vicar  of  Foston-on-the- Wolds,  Yorkshire,  and  left  issue. 

8.  Agnes  Henrietta. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  Sir  And.  Ferguson,  Bart.,  of  The  Farm,  London- 
derry, M.P.,  who  d.  in  1808,  leaving  issue. 

2.  Anne,   m.   Col.   Alexander  Scott,    Royal  Artillery,   and  had 
issue. 

The  eldest  son, 

THE  RIGHT  REV.  NATHANIEL  ALEXANDER,  D.D.,  P.C.,  Bishop 
of  Meath,  b.  12  Aug.  1760,  m.  18  May,  1785,  Anne,  dau.  of  the 
Right  Hon.  Richard  Jackson,  M.P.,  of  Coleraine.  She  d.  Aug. 
1837.  He  d.  21  Oct.  1840,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Robert  (Rev.),  of  Portglenone,  co.  Antrim,  b.  19  June,  1788  ; 
m.  ist,  21  Aug.  1813,  Catherine,  youngest  dau.  of  the  Right  Hon. 
John  Staples,  M.P.  She  d.  12  March,  1830,  leaving  issue.  He 
m.  andly,  1837,  Hester  Helena,  dau.  of  Col.  Alexander  McManus. 
She  d.s.p.  23  June,  1874  He  d.  July,  1840,  having  by  his  first 
wife  had  issue, 

i.  Nathaniel,  of  Portglenone  House,  co.  Antrim,  M.P.,  b. 
Aug.  1815  ;  m.  7  April,  1842,  Florinda,  2nd  dau.  of  Richard 
Boyle  Bayley,  by  Alicia  his  wife,  dau.  of  Richard,  2nd  Lord 
Castlemaine,  and  d.  5  Jan.  1853,  having  by  her  whc  m.  indiy, 
1855,  Edmund  F.  Leslie,  of  Donaghadee,  co.  Dcwn,  and  d. 
24  May,  1861)  had  issue, 

(1)  Robert  Jackson,  of  Portglenone,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  co.  Antrim  1875,  and  Londonderry  1870,  b.  18  Jan. 
1843  ;  d.  unm.  1884. 

(2)  John  Staples,  of  Portglenone,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  late  R.N., 


b.  14  June,  1844 ;  d.  unm.  10  Oct.  1901. 
2.  Robert,  H.E.I.C.S.,  b.  Nov. 


1823  ;  m.  17  Feb.  1863,  Louisa, 
dau.  of  R.  B.  Bayley,  and  had  issue, 
Robert  Arthur  Molony,  b.  16  Feb.  1867. 
Florinda. 

1.  Harriet,  m.  John  Wakefield,  and  d.s.p.  1853. 

2.  Grace,  m.  Thomas  Gilbert  Nicholson. 

3.  Charlotte,  d.  unm.  1878. 

4.  Catherine,  m.  Molyneux  Pooley  Shuldham. 

2.  James  (Rev.),  LL.D.,  b.  22  July,  1794  ;    m.   14  Aug.   1833, 
Alicia  Louisa,  dau.  of  Samuel  Dopping,  of  Lotown  House,  and 
d.  2  April,  1857,  leaving  issue, 

r.  Samuel,  b.  5  April,  1840. 

2.  James,  Lieut.-Col.  late  38th  Regt.,  b.  3  Jan.  1844  ;  d.  8  May, 
1907. 

i.  Anna.  2.  Mary  Jane. 

3.  Clarissa. 

3.  Nathaniel,  b.  6  Dec.   1796  ;    m.  Sophia,  dau.  of  N.  Hickey, 
and  widow  of  J.  Young  ;  and  d.  14  Oct.  1880,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Nathaniel,  d.  unm.  24  Aug.  1864. 

2.  Robert  Hugh,  d.  in  India. 

3.  William  James,  b.  1836  ;    m.  Lucy,  dau.  of  W.  Gray,  and 
d.  1885. 

4.  John  Henry,  Col.  R.H.A.  (ret),  b.  22  May,  1839  ;    m.  23 
Nov.  1880,  Katharine  Mary,  dau.  of  Gen.  J.  Francis,  and  d. 
3  Feb.  1900,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Dorothy  Katharine,  d.unm.  1889. 

(2)  Norah  Katharine.  (3)  Enid  Rosamund. 

5.  George  Caledon,  Barrister-at-Law  (19,  Bury  Street,  S.W.), 
b.  1842. 

1.  Sophia  Charlotte,  m.  Rev.  Charles  Rae  Hay. 

2.  Annie. 

3.  Mary.  m.  5  Dec.  1866,  Arthur  Thompson. 

4.  Henrietta,  m.  Robert  Scott. 

4.  HENRY,  of  whom  presently. 

5.  George,   Bengal  C.S.,  b.  20  Jan.   1805  ;    m.   1833,   Rebecca, 
dau.  of  W.  Molloy,  and  had  issue, 

i.  George.  2.  William. 

3.  James. 

6.  William    Stuart,   of    Ballyarton,  Londonderry,  Bengal   C.S. 
6.  29  Oct.  1807  ;   m.  15  July,'  1834,  Janet  Bethia,  dau.  of  Brig.- 
Gen.  Charles  Dallas.     She  d.  13  Oct.  1876.     He  d.  9  July,  1883, 


leaving  issue, 
i.  Willi 
Soph 
issue 


am  Stuart,  b.  3  June,  1836  ;    m.  5  Jan.  1862,  Emma 
Sophia,  dau.  of    S.  Steward,  and    d.   13  Sept.  1868,  leaving 


William  Frederick,  b.  6  Feb.  1864. 
Bethia  Emma. 

2.  Nathaniel  Stuart,  J.P.  Sussex,  late  Ind,    C.S.  (Cecil  House, 
Church  Road,  St.   Leonards-on-Sea),  b.  14  June,  1838  ;    m.  9 
July,  1873,  Dora,  dau.  of  Edward  Currie,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  William   Nathaniel  Stuart,   Capt.   Connaught   Rangers, 
b.  8  May,  1874. 

(2)  Edward  Currie,  D.S.O.,  Capt.  Indian  Army,  b.  15  Sept. 
1875- 

(3)  Robert  Dundas,  Capt.  Indian  Army,  b.  28  Aug.  1880. 

(1)  Mary  Bethia  Isabel,  b.  20  May,  1878. 

(2)  Dora,  b.  23  Dec.  1881  ;  d.  5  Jan.  1882. 

3.  Charles  Dallas,  M.A.  Camb.,  b.  25  Dec.  1839  ;   m-  *9  Sept. 
1874,  Helen,  dau.  of  Molyneux  Shuldham,  and  has  issue, 

William  Dallas,  b.  5  Aug.  1875- 

4.  James  Edward,  Capt.  R.A.,  b.  30  June,  1841  ;  m.  19  July, 
1870,  Mary  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  A.  R.  Webster,  and  d.s.p.  9  June, 
1873- 

5.  Richard  Dundas,  b.  26  May,  1846  ;   m.  17  Nov.  1870,  Char- 
lotte Augusta,  dau.  of  Rev.  A.  R.  Webster,  and  d.  June,  1885, 
leaving  issue, 

(1)  Edward  Bruce,  6.  3  March,  1872. 

(2)  Kenneth  Bruce,  b.  11  March,  1874. 

(1)  Marion  Bethia. 

(2)  Charlotte  Dora. 


6.  Ernest  Bruce,  Bengal  C.S.,  b.    13    Sept.  1849  ;    m-  27  Oct. 
1 88 1,  Ella  Sarah,  dau.  of  John  William  Williamson. 

1.  Anne,  m.  Sept.  1813,  Rev.  John  Molseworth  Staples,  Rector 
of  Upper  Moville.     She  d.  23  July,  1869.     He  d.  4  April,  1859, 
leaving  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

2.  Mary. 

3.  Eliza,  m.  21  July,  1824,  John  A.  Nicholson,  of  Balrath  Bury. 
She  d.  1860.     He  d.  Dec.  1872,  leaving  issue  (see  that  family). 

4.  Henrietta  Frances,  m.  20  May,  1830,  Robert  Smyth,  of  Gay- 
brook,  co.  Westmeath.     He  d.  29  July,  1878. 

The  4th  son. 

HENRY  ALEXANDER,  of  Forkill  House,  co.  Armagh,  High 
Sheriff  1856,  Barrister -at-Law,  b.  16  Feb.  1803  ;  m.  14  Aug. 
1839,  Louisa  Juliana,  2nd  dau.  of  Thomas,  2nd  Earl  of  Ranfurly. 
She  d.  31  March,  1896.  He  d.  i  Dec.  1877,  leaving  issue, 

1.  GRANVILLE  HENRY  JACKSON,  now  of  Forkill  House. 

2.  Henry  Nathaniel,   Inspector-Gen,  of  Prisons,   Bombay,   late 
Indian  C.S.,  b.  7  June,  1854  ;    m.  1883    Mary  Stuart,  dau.  of 
Claude  Erskine,  B.C.S.,  and  has  issue, 

Constance  Mary. 

3.  Claud  Henry,  Major  late  Wiltshire  Regt.  (Bolton  Lodge,  Win- 
chester), b.  31  May,  1856;   m.  i  Oct.  1896,  Irene  Christine,  dau. 
of  Col.  William  C.  Tamplin,  of  Lennox  Place,  Brighton  and  has 
issue, 

1.  Dorothy  Alice,  b.  8  Oct.  1897. 

2.  Rosemary  Irene,  b.  18  Dec.  1900. 

3.  Nancy  Stuart,  b.  n  Sept.  1902. 

4.  Ronald  Henry,  b.  15  Aug.  1858. 

5.  Frederick  Henry  Thomas,  late  Capt.  Leicester  Regt.  and  Army 
Pay  Department,  b.  30  Nov.  1860 ;  m.  7  June,    1899,  Blanche, 
dau.  of  Lieut.-Gen.  W.  C.  Bancroft,  of  Knellwood,  Farnborough, 
and  has  issue, 

1.  Elisabeth  Maud,  6.  22  July,  1902. 

2.  Freda  Alice,  d.  an  infant  25  March,  1905. 

8.  Dudley    Henry,    C.M.G.,    Major    West    Yorkshire    Regt.  (6, 
St.  James's  Place,  S.W.     Club— United  Service),  b.  13  Jan.  1863. 

1.  Blanche  Catherine,  m.  4  Sept.  1877,  Rev.  Frederick  Anthony 
Hammond,  of  Loureston  House,  Dover,  and  d.  16  June,  1878. 

2.  Alice  Mary  Juliana. 

3.  Constance  Henrietta  Georgina,  m.  3  Oct.  1867,  Col.  Gregory 
Colquhoun  Grant,  Indian  Army,  and  has  issue. 

4.  Emily  Louisa,   m.   25   March,   1874,   Col.   Arthur  M.   Hogg, 
Indian  Army,  and  d.  Aug.  1900,  leaving  issue. 

5.  Edith  Ellen,  m.  15  Aug.  1891,  Henry  Herbert  Southey,  7th 
Bombay  Lancers,  and  d.  27  May,  1892,  leaving  a  dau. 

Arms — Per  pale  arg.  and  sa.  a  chevron  between  in  chief  an 
annulet  and  in  base  a  crescent,  all  counterchanged.  Crest — An 
arm  in  armour  embowed,  the  hand  grasping  a  sword  all  ppr., 
on  the  elbow  with  an  annulet  sa.  Motto — Per  mare,  per  terras. 

Seat — Forkill  House,  co.  Armagh.  Clubs — Carlton  and  White's, 
S.W.,  and  St.  George's  Yacht. 

ANCKETILL  OF  ANCKETILL'S  GROVE. 

WILLIAM  ANCKETILL,   of  Ancketill's   Grove,   co^ 
Monaghan,  D.L.   co.  Monaghan,  late  Lieut.  Royal 
Tyrone  Fus.,  b.  16  March,  1851  ;    m.  13  July,  1875, 
|  Jean  Laing,   dau.   and  co-heir  of  Robert  Falkner, 
of  Broughton  Park,  co.  Lancaster,  and  has  issue, 
Olive  Maud,  b.  28,Oct.  1876  ;  m.  ist,  24  Oct.  1901,  Reginald  George 
Petre  Wymer,  late  Lieut.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders, 
only  son  of  Capt.  Reginald  Augustus  Wymer,  3rd  Batt.  Cameron 
Highlanders,  late  Ensign  gist  Foot,  and  grandson  of  Gen.  Sir 
Henry  George  Petre  Wymer,  K.C.B.,  and  has  issue  a  dau.,  Lovice 
Vivian  Petre.    She  m.  2ndly,  i  Nov.  1907,  Michael  Linning  Henry 
Melville,  late  Egyptian  Civil  Service.      She  d.  6  March,  1909, 
having  had  issue,  a  dau., 

Monica  Agnes  Aacketill,  b.  2  July,  1908. 

Lineage. — CAPT.  OLIVER  ANCKETILL,  J.P.  co.  Monaghan, 
High  Sheriff  1662,  son  of  William  Ancketill.  of  Shaftesbury,  bapt. 
there  9  April,  1609  ;  m.  Rebecca,  probably  of  the  family  of 
Bullingbrooke,  of  Galway,  and  d.  26  June,  1666,  having  had  issue, 

1.  MATTHEW,  his  heir. 

2.  William,  b.   1652,  from  whom  the  Anketells  of  Dernamuck 
trace  their  descent. 

3.  Richard,  b.  1654. 

1.  Sarah,  m.  1660,  James  Corry,  ancestor  of  the  Earls  of  Belmore. 

2.  Elizabeth,  b.  1648.      , 
The  eldest  son, 

MATTHEW  ANCKETILL,  of  Ancketill's  Grove,  co.  Monaghan, 
b.  1651,  to  whom  that  estate  was  confirmed  by  patent,  19  CHARLES 
II.  He  was  High  Sheriff  for  the  co.  1682,  but  was  attainted  by 
JAMES  II.  He  m.  Matilda,  dau.  of  Robert  Moore,  of  Ravella  and 
Garvey,  co.  Tyrone,  and  was  killed  at  the  battle  of  Drumbanagher, 
13  March,  1688,  having  had,  with  other  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir.  2.  OLIVER,  s.  his  brother. 

3.  Robsrt. 

1.  Catherine,  b.  1653  ;  m.  Thomas  Singleton,  of  Fort  Singleton. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  ANCKETILL,  of  Ancketill's  Grove,  co.  Monaghan, 
High  Sheriff  1707,  b.  1677 ;  d.  s.p.  1709,  and  was  s.  by  his  next 
brother, 

OLIVER  ANCKETILL,  of  Ancketill's  Grove,  b.  1680,  M.P.  for  borough 
of  Monaghan,  1754  to  1760  ;  M.A.  and  LL.B.  Trinity  Coll.  Dublin  , 
1703  ;  one  of  the  original  founders  of  the  Royal  Dublin  Society  ; 
High  Sheriff  for  co.  Monaghan,  1703  ;  m.  ist,  28  Feb.  1716,  Hon. 
\  Sarah  Caulfeild,  2nd  dau.  of  William,  2nd  Viscount  Charlemont, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  Dec.  1742)  had  (with  three  daus.,  1.  Ann,  m. 
6  Nov.  1752,  Rev.  Edward  Lill,  D.D.,  brother  of  Godfrey  Lill, 
Justice  of  the  Court  of  Common  Pleas  :  2.  Rebecca,  m.  Samuel 


Anderson. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


Coulston,  M.D. ;   3.  Catherine,  m.  Thomas  Singleton,  jun.,  of  Fort 

Singleton)  an  only  surviving  son, 

1.  WILLIAM,  b.  18  March,  1724,  who  d.v.p.  1756  ;  he  m.  n  March, 
1748,  Anne,  eldest  dau.  of  Charles  Coo'te,  of  Bellamont  Forest, 
M.P.  for  co.  Cavan,  and  sister  of  Charles,  Earl  of  Bellamont, 
K.B.,  and  had  issue, 

1.  CHARLES,  successor  to  his  grandfather,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Richard,  b.  1775  ;    d.s.p.  1814. 

3.  Matthew,  of  Arlington  Castle,  Portarlington,  b.  1756,  J.P., 
Capt.  in  57th  Regt.,  of  which  he  obtained  the  Light  Company  | 
in    1778  ;     Lieut.-Col.    Monaghan    Militia,    High    Sheriff    co.  , 
Monaghan,  23  GEORGE  III.  ;   m.  ist,  Prudentia  Martha,  dau.  ! 
of  John  Corry,  of  Rockcorry,  by  whom  (who  d.  Oct.  1781)  lie 
had  an  only  dau., 

Prudentia  Catherine,  who  d.  ajjed  8  years. 
Col.  Anketill  m.  2ndly,  Mary  (who  d.  Aug.  1838),  OD)V  child  of 
the  Rev.  Richard  Norris,  D.D.,  and  d.  n  April,  1828,  leaving 

(i)  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presentlv. 

(1)  Maria,  d.  28  April,  1842,  unm. 

(2)  Matilda,  d.  28  June,   1819,  unm. 

(3)  Caroline,  m.  1817,  Augustus  Woodville  Amyatt,  Lieut. 
Royal  Irish  Dragoon  Guards,  and  d.  three  weeks  after  her 
marriage. 

He  m.  2ndly,  when  about  80  years  of  age.  Anne  Stephens  (nee  j 
Tuton),  and  d.  immediately  after,  on  27  May,  1760,  and  was  s.  by 
his  grandson, 

CHARLES  ANKETELL,  of  Anketell  Grove,  b.  1754  ;  d.  unm.  20  Nov. 
1828,  and  was  s.  by  his  nephew, 

WILLIAM  ANKETELL,  of  Anketell  Grove,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1830,  b.  10  Oct.  1790  ;  m.  23  June,  1809,  Sarah,  2nd  dau.  of 
Lieut.-Col.  John  C.  F.  Waring-Maxwell,  of  Finnebrogue,  co.  Down, 
M.P.,  and  d.  23  April,  1851,  having  by  her  (who  d.  2  April,  1874)  { 
had  issue, 

1.  MATTHEW  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  William  Robert,  of  Quintin  Castle,  Portaferry,  co.  Down,  b.  31  ' 
March,    1820,   formerly   Capt.    Monaghan   Militia,    J.P.    for   co. 
Down  ;  m.  8  Oct.  1844,  Madelina  Selina,  2nd  dau.  of  David  Ker, 
of  Portavo,  co.  Down,  M.P.,  and  Lady  Selina  Sarah  Juliana, 
his  wife,  dau.  of  Robert,  ist  Marquis  of  Londonderry,  and  d. 
g  March,  1889,  having  by  her  (who  d.  8  April,  1878)  had  issue, 

1.  Amyatt  William,  now  of  Quintin  Castle,  b.  4  Aug.  1853  ;  i 
late  Lieut.  83rd  Foot. 

2.  David  Fitz  Ameline  Robert,  b.  27  May,  1855,  Lieut.   3rd  i 
Belooch  Regt.  (N.I.)  and  formerly  Lieut,  ist  Royal  Scots  (the  j 
Lothian  Regt.),   served  in  Afghan  War    1880   (medal)    and 
Egyptian  War  1882  (medal  and  Khedive  star)  ;   d.  at  Kurachi,  j 
Scihde,  26  Aug.  1885. 

3.  William  Frederick,  b.  18  Feb.  1858  ;  d.  14  Dec.  1858. 

1.  Edith   Matilda,  m.  ist,  8   Aug.  1871,  Thomas  John  Knox, 
who  {d.   5    Dec.    1875,    leaving  issue  (see    BURKE'S    Peerage, 
RANFURLV,  E.).    She  m.  2ndly,   10  Feb.   1880,  John  Lewis 
Vaughan    Henry,    late    Capt.    2nd   Dragoons,   eldest   son   of 
Mitchell  Henry,  M.P.,  of   Kylemore   Castle,  co.   Galway   (see 
that  family). 

2.  Constance.  3.  Ada. 

4.  Celia  Selina,  d.  unm.  18  Oct.  1883. 

3.  Oliver  Charles,  37th  Madras  N.I.,  H.E.I.C.S.,  b.  18  Aug.  1821  ; 
d.  at  Hong-Kong,  China,  while  with    his  regiment,   13  July, 
1841. 

4.  Fitz  Ameline  Maxwell,  of  Killyfaddy,  Clogher,  co.  Tyrone, 
J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1881,  b.  14  April,  1825  ;   d.  24  Aug.  1905  ;  m. 
8  Nov.  1859,  Laura  Valetta  (d.  21  July,  1907),  2nd  dau.  and 
co-heiress  of  Henry  Ranking,  of  Eaglehurst,  Bathford,  Somerset 
(by  his  wife  Frances  Helen,  dau.  of  the  Rev.  W.  Heath,  Vicar  of 
Inkberrow,  co.  Worcester),  and  had  issue, 

1.  REGINALD,  of  Killyfaddy,  b.  23  March,  1861. 

2.  Henry,  b.  21  Dec.  1863  ;  d.  9  Jan.  1864. 

3.  Charlemont  Fitz  Ameline,  b.  15  March,  1872. 
i.  Maud  Mary,  d.  young  n  May,  1882. 

5.  Maxwell,  of  Leatherhead,  Surrey,  b.  24  Oct.  1826  ;  m.  ist,  29 
Sept.  1857,  Julia  Elizabeth,only  surviving  child  of  the  late  Gustavus 
Whitaker,  of  St.  Petersburg,  Russia;  she  d.  1869  ;  2ndly,  1878,  Mary 
Louisa,  3rd  dau.  of  the  late  Henry  Ranking,  of  Eaglehurst,  Bath- 
ford  ;  and  d.  22  Feb.  1888,  having  (by  his  ist  wife)  had  issue, 

1.  Oliver  George,  b.  5  Sept.  1860  ;  d.  25  Feb.  1889. 

2.  Arthur  Cecil,  b.  25  July,  1863  ;   d.  28  Jan.  1885. 

3.  Charles  Edward,  b.  3  June,  1869. 

1.  Frances  Julia. 

2.  Isabella  Sara,  m.  26  May,  1904,  William,  2nd  son  of  Rev. 
William;Blennerhassett,  of  Iwerne  Minster,  Dorset  (see  BLENNER- 
HASSETT  of  Bally  seedy). 

6.  Moutray,  b.  18  April,  1829,  Capt.  R.A.  (ret.) ;  d.  unm.  3  April, 
1899. 

1.  Anne  Dorothea,  m.  10  Dec.  1833,  Rev.  Robert  Loftus  Totten- 
ham, 2nd  son  of  Right  Rev.  Lord  Robert  Loftus  TotteDbam, 
Bishop   of   Clogher.     She  d.  16  Oct.  1891.     He  d.  5  Feb.  1893, 
leaving  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage.  ELY,  M.). 

2.  Maria,  m.  5  Dec.  1838,  Rev.  Sir  John  Richardson-Bunbury, 
3rd  Bart.,  of  Augher  Castle,  co.  Tyrone,  and  d.  z  March,  1888, 
leaving  issue.    He  d.  19  Feb.  1909. 

3.  Matilda  Jane,  d.  unm.   14  March,   1840. 
The  eldest  son, 

MATTHEW  JOHN  ANKETELL,  of  Anketell  Grove,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff,  co.  Monaghan,  1834,  Major  Monaghan  Militia,  b.  31 
Oct.  1812  ;  m.  6  Feb.  1840,  Catherine  Anne  Frances,  eldest  dau. 
David  Ker,  M.P.,  of  Portavo  and  Montalto,  co.  Down,  by  the  Lady 
Selina,  his  wife,  dau.  of  the  ist  Marquess  of  Londonderry.  He  d. 
8  May,  1870.  She  d.  28  Feb.  1887,  leaving  issue, 

1.  MATTHEW    DAVID,    his   heir. 

2.  Oliver  Frederick,  b.  27  Feb.  1850  ;   d.  unm.  10  Feb.  1872. 

3.  WILLIAM,    successor    to    his    brother. 


4.  Henry,  M.L.A.  Natal,  late  R.N.,  b.  4  May,  1855  ;  m.  7  Dec. 
1900,  Oona,  dau.  of  R.  Reeson,  of  Maritzburgh,  S.  Africa,  and 
has  issue. 

1.  Matthew  David,  b.  27  Dec.  1907. 

2.  Henry  George,  b.  5  Jan.  1911. 

•  5.  Robert  Waring  Maxwell,  b.  19  Nov.  1856  ;    d.  1866. 
1.  Selina  Sarah.  2.  Ada,  d.  young. 

3.  Frances  Emmeline,  m.  ist,  22  Jan.  1867,  Newton  Haworth 
Wallace,  Capt.  Royal  Bengal  Fusiliers,  loist  Regt.  ;   and  2ndly, 
Clement  Cordner,  J.P.,  of  Greenmount,  Muckamore,  co.  Antrim, 
He  d.  18  Aug.  1905. 

4.  Gertrude  Madelina,  m.  i  July,  1873,  Anketell  Moutray,  D.L., 
of  Favour  Royal,  and  has  issue  (see  that  family). 

5.  Bertha  Grace  Phoebe,  d.  unm.  10  Jan.  1898. 

6.  Octavia  Mary,  m.  19  Feb.  1879,  Frederick  Augustus  Morse- 
Boycott,  of  Sennowe  Hall,  Norfolk,  and  Sennoweville,  Bushey, 
Herts  (see  that  family).  7.  Augusta,  d.  unm.  8  May,  1908. 

The  eldest  son, 

MATTHEW  DAVID  ANKETELL,  of  Anketell  Grove,  b.  5  Jan.  1841  ; 
was  killed  by  a  fall  from  horseback,  17  July,  1872  ;  d.  unm.  and  was 
s.  by  his  next  surviving  brother. 

Seat — Ancketill's  Grove,  Emyvale,  co.  Monaghan.  Residence — 
Killyfaddy,  Clogher,  co.  Tyrone. 

ANDERSON    OF    GRACE    DIETJ. 

THOMAS  WILLIAM  ANDERSON,  of  Grace  Dieu,  co< 
Waterford,  J.P,  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  for  co, 
Waterford  in  1885,  and  J.P.  co.  Kilkenny,  B.A, 
Cantab.,  b.  26  June,  1852;  s.  his  father,  22  Oct.  1867 ; 
m.  10  Nov.  1879,  Constance  Agnes  Jane  (who  d. 
9  Aug.  1881} ;  and  2ndly,  on  2  Oct.  1907,  Ellen 
Blanche  Carew,  both  daus.  of  Very  Rev.  Anthony 
Latouche  Kirwan,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Limerick,  by  Susan 
his  wife,  2nd  dau^  of  William  Blacker,  of  Wood- 
brook,  Wexford,  and  bv  his  first  wife  has  a  dau., 

Susan  Alice. 

Lineage.  —  JOHN  ANDERSON,  of  Ardbrake,  in  Botriphnie 
Parish.Banffshire,  m.  Ann  Gordon  (who  d.  19  Nov.  1670),  "  A  matron 
of  —  years  "  (see  tombstone  in  Parish  church),  and  had  issue, 

1.  JAMES,  of  whom  next. 

2.  Arthur,  Chaplain  to  WILLIAM  III,  d.s.p.  1714,  bur.  in  the 
Rower  Churchyard,  co.  Kilkenny. 

3.  Alexander,  admitted  an  Advocate  9  Jan.  1666. 
1.  Susannah.  2.  Margaret. 

The  eldest  son, 

JAMES  ANDERSON,  m.  ist,  Katharine  (d.  9  March,  1667),  4th 
dau.  of  Robert  Leslie,  of  Findrassie  ;  and  2ndly,  Isabell  Douglas 
widow  of  Rev.  Alex.  Cant.  He  is  described  in  Sasines  and  other 
records  as  "  of  Wester  Ardbrake  "  which  sometimes  appears  as 
"  Wcstertoun  ").  By  his  ist  wife  he  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  next.  PI 

2.  Alexander,   Major  in  Col.   Sir  John  Hill's   Regt.   of    Foot, 
afterwards  of  Grace  Dieu. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  16  Oct.,  1675,  John  Gordon,  jun.,  of  Carroll,  in 
Sutherlandshire,  Sheriff  Depute  of  Sutherland  in  1685.     He  d. 
in  1701,  leaving  issue, 

2.  Anna,  m.  J .  Gibson,  of  Linkwood. 

3.  Mary,  m.  Thomas  Baker,  of  Ballytobin,  co.  Kilkenny. 
The  elder  son, 

JOHN  ANDERSON,  of  Westerton,  m.  Jean  Gordon,  and  had  issue, 

1.  James,  chirurgeon,  bapt.  at  Botriphnie,  26  March,  1684. 

2.  John,  bapt.  at  Botriphnie,  30  Sept.  1686. 

3.  ALEXANDER,  of  whom  next. 

1.  Katharine,  bapt.  at  Botriphnie. 

2.  Jean,  bapt.  at  New  Machar,  d.  25  March,  1710. 

3.  Isabell,  bapt.  at  Botriphnie. 

4.  Elizabeth,  bapt.  at  Botriphnie. 

5.  Anna,  bapt.  at  Botriphnie. 
The  3rd  son, 

ALEXANDER  ANDERSON,  bapt.  at  Botriphnie,  4  July,  1688;  m. 
2  Feb.  1721,  a  dau.  and  co-heir  of  William  Brewster,  son  of  Sir 
Francis  Brewster,  twice  Lord  Mayor  of  Dublin.  By  her  (who  d. 
1754)  Alexander  left  (with  two  daus.,  one  of  whom  m.  Robert 
Carew,  of  Wooden^town,  co.  Tipperary)  an  only  son  and  heir, 

JAMES  ANDERSON  of  Grace  Dieu,  m.  ist,  in  1756,  Henrietta  Boyd, 
and  2ndly,  1764,  Susanna,  youngest  dau.  of  Christmas  Paul,  by 
Ellen  his  wife,  dau.  of  Robert  Carew,  M  P.,  of  Castle  Boro,  co. 
Wexford  (see  CAREW  of  Ballinamona),  and  had  issue,  by  2nd  wife, 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir. 

2.  Paul,  C.B.,  K.C.H.,  General  and  Colonel  of  the  78th  High- 
landers, A.D.C.  to  Sir  John  Moore,  and  some  time  Governor  o 
Pendennis  Castle,  b.  29  March,  1767  ;  d.s.p.  at  Bath,  1851. 

3.  Alexander,  Capt.  in  the  Army  ;   d.s.p.  at  Bath,  1833. 

4.  Henry,    R.N.,   d.s.p. 

5.  JOSHUA  (Rev.),  heir  to  his  brother. 

6.  Robert,  an  officer  in  the  42iid  Regt.,  who  was  killed  at  the 
Battle  of  Alexandria,  s.p. 

1.  Ellen,  d.s.p. 
The   eldest   son, 

JAMES  ANDERSON,  of  Grace  Dieu,  d.  in  London,  1838,  s.p.,  and 
left  his  estates  to  his  brother, 

THE  REV.  JOSHUA  ANDERSON,  M.A.,  of  Grace  Dieu,  Rector  of 
Myshall,  co.  Carlow,  b.  8  Dec.  1770  ;  m.  i  Oct.  1807,  Anne,  eldest 
dau.  of  Capt.  William  Perceval  (see  PERCEVAL  of  Temple  House), 
and  d.  6  April,  1859,  leaving  by  her  (who  d.  24  March,  1854)  issue 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir. 

2.  William   b.  Aug.  1812  ;   d.  20  Nov.  1904  ;  m.  24  Aug.  1859, 


IRELAND. 


Andrews. 


Elizabeth   Paul   (who  d.   21    Dec.   1910),   3rd   dau.   of   Samuel 
Walhs  Adams,  J.P.,  of  Kilbree,  co.  Cork,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Joshua  Alexander,  b.  19  Jan.  1867,  Rector  of  Arborfield  ; 
m.  Edith  Constance,  dau.  of  Henry  Hainworth,  of  Blackheath. 

2.  William  James,  M.R.C.S.,  L.R.C.P.,  b.  2  March,  1869. 

i.  Wilhelmina  Elizabeth,  m.  Albert  Alexander  McCall,  76th 
Regt.,  and  has  issue. 

3.  Robert  Carew,  M.D.,  Deputy  Inspector  of  Hospitals,  formerly 
Surgeon-Major  in  the  i^th  Light  Dragoons,  m.  13  Oct.  1853,  Jane 
Wallis,  only  dau.  of  the  Rev.   Henry  Bolton,  M.A.,  Vicar  of 
Dysart,  Enos,  Queen's  Co.  (see  BOLTON   of   Mount  Bolton   and 
F attack  Castle),  and  had  issue, 

1.  Robert  Henry,  b.  17  Aug.  1854  I  d.s.p.  31  Dec.  1896. 

2.  Charles  Alexander,  Major-Gen.,  C.B.,  Commanding  the  troops 
in  South  China  from  1910  (Headquarters  House,  Hong  Kong),  b. 
10  Feb.  1857;    m.  n  Jan.  1893,  Ellen  Katherine,  younger  dau. 
of  George  Bevan  Russell,  M.D. 

3.  William  Paul,  b.  16  June,  1858,  Major  Indian  Army. 

4.  Francis  James,  6.  17  Feb.  1860,  Col.  R.E.,  Assist.  Director  of 
Fortifications  and  Works,  War  Office. 

5.  Joshua  Perceval,  b.  4  May,  1863  ;  d.s.p.  9  Oct.  1905. 

1.  Frances  Anne  Grace. 

2.  Catherine  Jane  Henrietta,  m.  28  Jan.  1902,  Harry  Mervyn 
Kemmis- Betty,   Lieut.    R.N.,    eldest   son   of   Col.    Joshua   F. 
Kemmis-Betty,  late  R.A.,  of  Hawkhurst,  Kent. 

4.  Paul  Christmas,  of  Prospect,  co.  Kilkenny,  b.  1817  ;    d.s.p. 
24  Feb.  1907. 

5.  Alexander,  R.N.,  Commander  of  H.M.S.  Cressy,  d.  on  board 
his  ship  in  the  Baltic,  and  was  buried  on  the  Island  of  Nargen, 
Aug.   1854. 

1.  Anne,   m.   4  Feb.    1845,   Charles   Newport   Bolton,   B.A.,   of 
Brook  Lodge,  co.  Waterford.     He  d.  1884. 

2.  Jane  Ellen,  d.  14  March,  1906. 

3.  Ellen,  m.   13  Dec.   1859,  George  Bevan  Russell,  M.D.     He 
d.  9  Feb.  1902. 

4.  Catherine,  d.   18  Feb.    1855. 

5.  Henrietta.  6.  Susanna,  d.  14  Sept.  1911. 
The  eldest  son, 

JAMES  ANDERSON,  of  Grace  Dieu,  J.P.,  b.  4  Aug.  1810  ;  m. 
25  April,  1842,  Margaret,  youngest  dau.  of  Thomas  Carew,  of 
Ballinamona  Park,  J.P.,  by  his  wife  Jane,  eldest  dau.  and  co-heir 
of  Sir  John  Alcock,  Knt.  of  Waterford  (see  CAREW  of  Ballinamona). 
He  d.  22  Oct.  1867,  and  by  her  (who  d.  29  Feb.  1864)  had  issue, 

1.  James  Paul,  b.  21  Jan.  1850  ;  d.  26  Sept.  1860. 

2.  THOMAS  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

3.  ALEXANDER  CAREW,   of  Ballymountain,   co.  Kilkenny,  J.P., 
b.  6  May,  1856  ;    m.  24  Aug.  1880,  Margaret  Winifred  Alicia, 
youngest   dau.   of   Nicholas  Alfred    Power,   of   Belle  Vue,   co. 
Kilkenny  (see  POWER  of  Faithlegg),  and  has  issue, 

Paul  Alexander,  6.  5  Jan.  1883. 

Muriel  Louise. 

1.  Jane  Margaret,  m.  15  Dec.  1868,  Lieut.-Col.  Michael  Clare 
Garsia,  C.B.,  Inspector-Gen,  of  Military  Prisons.  He  d.  20  April, 
1903,  leaving  issue. 

i.  Clare  James.             2.  Herbert.  3.  Harry  Carew. 

Seat—Grace  Dieu  Lodge,  Waterford.  Club—  Kildare  Street, 
Dublin.  « 

ANDREWS     OF     RATHENNY. 

JOHN  BOLTON 
ANDREWS,  of  Rath- 
enny,  King's  Co.,  J.P., 
6.  9  March,  1874. 

Lineage.  —CORNET 
JOHN  ANDREWS,  of  Rath, 
King's  Co.,  to  whom  the 
Rathenny  Estate  was  granted 
by  Letters  Patent  dated  12 
Feb.  1667-19,  CHARLES  II, 
d.  about  1688.  He  m.  Alice, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Maunsell,  of 
Derryvillane,  co.  Cork  (see 
MAUNSELL  of  Limerick),  and 
left  issue, 

1.  JOHN,    of    whom    pre- 
sently. 

2.  Aphra,  m.  —  Dixon. 
The  elder  son, 

JOHN  ANDREWS,  of  Rath- 
enny, m.  1682,  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Sir  Robert  Cole,  Kt., 
of  Ballymackey,  co.  Tipper- 
ary,  d.  1732,  and  had  issue, 

1.  ROBERT,  his  heir,  who 
d.  1743,  having  had  issue 
an  only  child, 

Elizabeth,     m.    Richard 
Hawkshaw. 

2.  MAUNSELL    (who  s.    to 
the  estate  on  the  death  of 

his  elder  brother),   and  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Thomas,  d.v.p. 

1.  Anna,  m.  —  Allen.  2.  Mary,  m.  —  Allen. 

3.  Elizabeth,  m.  James  Johnston. 

•    4.  Rebecka,  m.  —  Cole.  5.  Aphra,  m.  Joseph  Smith. 

The  2nd  son, 

MAUNSELL  ANDREWS,  of  Rathenny,  m.  1719,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Nicholas  Toler,  of  Beechwood,  co.  Tipperary,  d.  24  Feb.  1769,  and 
had  issue, 


1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently.       2.  Robert.         3.  Daniel. 

4.  Maunsell,  m.  1774,  Mary  ne'e  Alley,  widow  of  Samuel  Gason. 

1.  Jane,  m.  1759,  George  Jackson. 

2.  Eleanor,  m.  1761,  Richard  Hawkshaw. 

3.  Catherine,  m.  1759,  George  Pepper. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  ANDREWS,  of  Rathenny,  m.  ist,  1753,  Emilia,  dau.  of 
Christopher  Nicholson,  of  Balrath,  co.  Meath  (see  that  family), 
and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  1787,  Corker  Wright,  of  Rutland,  and  had  issue. 

2.  Eleanor,  m.  1777,  Capt.  Simon  Pepper. 

3.  Mary,  m.  George  Lodge. 

4.  Amelia,  m.  1806,  Richard  Lysaght. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1766,  Ann,  dau.  of  Humphrey  Jones,  of  Mullinabro, 
co.  Kilkenny  (see  that  family),  and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  John,  d.s.p. 

2.  MAUNSELL,  who  s.  and  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Humphrey,  lost  at  sea  s.p.  4.  Christopher,  d.s.p. 

5.  George,  d.s.p. 

1.  Anna  Maria,  m.  1797,  Vincent  Lamb. 

2.  Sarah,  m.  1801,  Humphrey  Denis. 

3.  Rebecca,  m.  1804,  Trevor  Lloyd  Blunden,  of  Ballyduggan. 
The  2nd  son, 

MAUNSELL  ANDREWS  of  Rathenny,  High  Sheriff  of  King's 
Co.  1806,  b.  1769  ;  m.  ist,  1792,  Mary,  dau.  of  Samuel  Gason, 
of  Knockinglass,  and  m.  andly,  1801,  Mary,  dau.  of  Rev.  Ralph 
Hawtrey,  Rector  of  Gaulskill,  co.  Kilkenny.  He  d.  2  July,  1864 , 
and  by  his  2nd  wife  he  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Maunsell  Hawtrey,  m.  1843,  Ellen,  dau.  of  John  Saunders,  and 
d.s.p.  21  Jan.  1888. 

3.  George,  m.  1853,  Elizabeth  Lucy,  dau.  of  Rev.  Wm.  Minchin, 
of  Greenhills,  King's  Co.,  and  widow  of  Johnston  Stoney,  of  Emell 
Castle,  d.  3  Feb.  1907,  and  left  issue, 

Georgina,  m.  Robert  Mulock  Emerson,  and  has  issue. 

1.  Sarah,  d.  unm.  1881. 

2.  Mary  Anne,  m.  1835,  John  Thwaites,  M.D.,  of  Ceylon,  and  had 
issue, 

3.  Catherine,  d.  unm.  26  Dec.  1881. 

4.  Charlotte  Hawtrey,  d.  unm.  29  April,  1880. 

5.  Maria,  m.  1833,  Professor  Charles  Benson,  M.D.,  President 
Royal  College  of  Surgeons,  Ireland,  and  d.  1887,  having  had 
issue. 

6.  Elizabeth. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  ANDREWS,  of  Rathenny,  m.  1834,  Elizabeth,  dau.  o"f 
Robert  Hall,  of  Merton  Hall,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.  12  Dec.  1879, 
leaving  issue, 

1.  MAUNSELL,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  John  Hall,  M.D.,  m.  1880,  Mary  Letitia,  dau.  of  Edward 
Saunders,  of  Ballinderry,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.  19  June,  1890, 
leaving  issue, 

Ida  Ellen  Amy,  m.  Henry  Ward  Bailey,  and  has  issue. 

1.  Eliza  (called  Ida),  m.  1858,  John  Wright  Bowles,  Archdeacon 
of  Killaloe  and  Rector  of  Nenagh,  and  d.  21  Aug.  1898,  having 
had  issue. 

2.  Mary  Hall,  m.  Major-Gen.  John  Hamilton  Cox,  C.B.,  and  has 
issue. 

3.  Anne  Hall,  m.  1862,  John  Morton,  and  has  issue. 

.  4.  Robina  Hall,  m.  1874,  Joseph  Charles  Macraith,  and  has  issue. 

5.  Sarah  Georgina,  m.  (as  his  first  wife)   24  Aug.  1864,  Robert 

Jocelyn  Waller, of  Summerville,  Nenagh,  J.P.,  and  d.  6 Aug.  1877, 

having  had  issue  (see  WALLER  of  Prior  Park). 
The  eldest  son, 

MAUNSELL  ANDREWS,  of  Rathenny,  m.  1873,  Kate  Mary,  dau.  of 
John  Bolton,  of  Altavilla,  Queen's  Co.,  and  d.  2  Jan.  1890,  having 
had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  BOLTON,  now  of  Rathenny, 

2.  Maunsell  Hawtrey,  b.  27  Nov.  1876,  d.  3  March,  1906. 
Arms — Vert,  a  saltire  or  surmounted  by  another  gu.     Crest — 

Out  of  a  coronet  or,  a  blackamoor's  head  wreathed  of  the  colours 
and  collared  gold.     Motto — Virtu te  et  valore. 
Seat— Rathenny,  King's  Co. 

ANDREWS  OF  ARDARA. 
THE  RIGHT  HON, 
THOMAS  ANDREWS, 
P.C.,  of  Ardara,  Com- 
ber, co.  Down,  D.L., 
Chairman  of  the 
Down  County  Council, 
a  member  of  the  Ap- 
peal Commission  under 
the  Local  Government 
Act  (Ireland)  1898, 
member  of  Arterial 

!  Drainage  Commission 
(Ireland),  1905,  Presi 

I  dent     Ulster     Liberal 

j  Unionist    Association, 

I  and   Chairman  of   the 

<  Belfast  and  co.  Down 

I  Railway,  was  sworn  of 
the  Privy  Council  in  Ireland  on  the  occasion  ol  the 


Annesley. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


by  licence,  dated  30  July,  1747,  Sarah  Colles,  of  Dublin,  and 
bad  issue, 

MERVYN,  of  Dublin,  Solicitor    to  the  Commissioners  of 
Customs,  m.  March,  1784,  Maria  Murray,  of  Dublin,  and 
had,  with  a  dau.  Sarah,  m.  Francis  Hervey,  two  sons, 
(a)  HENRY  MERVYN,  b.  1792,  Capt.  68th  Regt.,  d.  unm. 
Feb.  1868. 

(6)  William  Frederick,  of  Farmhill,  co.  Wexford,  b. 
1798  ;  m.  13  June,  1822,  Elizabeth  (who  d.  27  Jan. 
1888),  dau.  of  Henry  Rowley  Henry,  and  d.  7  March, 
1865,  leaving,  with  nine  daus.  :  Sarah  ;  Alicia  ; 
Maria  ;  Elizabeth  ;  Susan  ;  Letitia,  m.  30  June,  1863, 
Very  Rev.  Humphrey  E.  Ellison,  Dean  of  Ferns,  who 
d.  12  Feb.  1897 ;  Martha ;  Mary  ;  and  Charlotte), 
two  sons, 

t.  MERVYN  (Right  Rev.),  D.D.,  Bishop  of  Killaloe, 
Kilfenora,  Clonfert,  and  Kilmacduagh  (Clarisford, 
Killaloe,  co.  Clare],  b.  16  Feb.  1831  ;  m.  21  Jan. 
1863,  Henrietta,  dau.  of  Eyre  William  Preston, 
of  Clontarf,  co.  Dublin,  and  grand-dau.  of  William 
Preston,  by  Hon.  Frances  Dorothea  Evans  his 
wife,  dau.  and  co-heir  of  John,  5th  Lord  Carbery, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  n  May,  1903)  has  issue, 

(1)  MERVYN    (Rev.),    Acting    Chaplain    to    the 
Forces,  Belfast,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  27  Jan. 
1868  ;    m.  21  April,   1897,  Alice  Sheridan,  dau. 
of  Robert  L.  Hamilton,  of  Shankill,  co.  Mona- 
ghan,  and  Windsor,  Belfast,  and  has  issue, 

Alice  Hamilton,  b.  18  July,  1899. 

(2)  Eyre    William    Preston    (Rev),    Canon     of 
Killaloe,   Rector  of   Killaloe  Union,   M.A.  Trin. 
Coll.   Dublin,   b.   26   Feb.    1871  ;    m.    28    June, 
1905,  Edith  Gladys  Jeanette,  dau.  of  the  late 
Robert  de   Ros  Rose,  of  Ahabeg  and  Foxhall, 
co.  Limerick,  and  has  issue, 

Mervyn,  b.  23  April,  1906. 

(3)  William  Frederick,  b.  26  Feb.  1873. 
(i)  Anne  Angel,  b,  n  March,  1866. 

(3)  Elizabeth,  b.  9  July,  1869. 

2.  William  Frederick  (Rev.),  Canon  of  Cork,  M.A. 
Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Rector  of  Rathcooney,  co.  Cork, 
b.  4  Feb.  1835  ;  m.  Constance  Ryall  Sarah  (d. 
23  July,  1910),  dau.  of  James  Ramsey  Akers  Smith, 
of  Carrigbarrahane,  co.  Waterford,  J.P.,  and  has 
issue, 

(1)  Ethel   Katherine,  m.   27  June,   1895,   Major 
Harry  Vaughan  Gorle,  D.S.O.,  youngest  son  of 
the  late  Capt.  John  Taylor  Gofle,  of  Metherell 
Tower,  co.  Devon.     She  d.  23  Nov.  1904,  leaving 
issue. 

(2)  Henrietta  Constance. 

(3)  Grace  Ramsay. 

Henrietta,  m.  24  March  (licence  dated  16  March,  1772), 
Rev.  John  Dal  ton  Harewood,  of  Clonmel,  Rector  of 
Attanagh. 

Rev.  Mervyn  Archdall,  the  well-known  antiquary,  author 
of  the  Monasticon  Hibernicum,   and  Editor  of   the  last 
edition  of  Lodge's  Peerage  of    Ireland,  m.  2ndly,  Abigal 
Young,  but  bad  no  further  issue.     He  d.  6  Aug.  1791. 
2.  Henry,  m,  26  Feb.  1762,  Anne  Fuller,  and  had  two  sons  , 

a.  William  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Tintern,  co.  Wexford  (father 
of  Ven.  John  Charles  Archdall,  Archdeacon  of  Ferns, 
Antonia,  m.  27  May,  1839,  Hon.  Frederick  Saville,  5th 
son  of  John,  3rd  Earl  of  Mexborough,  and  had  issue). 

b.  Henry,  who  had  two  sons. 

(3)  Barnard,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Hathorne,  of  Drogheda, 
and  had  issue, 

i.  John.  2.  Thomas. 

i.  Mary,  m.  —  Clare. 

1.  Lettice,  m.  Tobias  Norris,  of  Dublin,  and  d.  28  Oct.  1642. 
The  elder  son, 

EDWARD  ARCHDALL,  of  Castle  Archdall,  b.  1604  ;  m.  Angel,  dau. 
of  Sir  Paul  Gore,  ist  baft.,  of  Manor  Gore,  by  whom  he  had  a  son 
and  successor, 

WILLIAM  ARCHDALL,  of  Castle  Archdall,  High  Sheriff  co.  Fer- 
managh 1667,  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Henry  Mervyn,  of  Trillick,  co. 
Tyrone,  and  had  issue, 

1.  MERVYN,  his  heir. 

2.  EDWARD,  successor  to  his  brother. 

1.  ANGEL,  s.  to  the  estates  on  the  death  of  her  brother. 
Mr.  Archdall,  who  was  attainted  1689,  by  the  Parliament  of  JAMES 
II,  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

MERVYN  ARCHDALL,  of  Castle  Archdall,  High  Sheriff  co.  Fer- 
managh 1714,  d.  unm.  27  Dec.  1726,  and  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

EDWARD  ARCHDALL,  of  Castle  Archdall,  High  Sheriff  co.  Fer- 
managh 1722,  m.  ist,  Frances,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Caldwell,  Bart., 
of  Castle  Caldwell,  co.  Fermanagh  ;  and  2ndly,  Elizabeth,  dau. 
of  John  Cole,  of  Florence  Court,  same  co.  (ancestor  of  the  Earl 

(i)  John,  of  Drumin,  whose  will  is  dated  9  June,  1703.     He     of  Enniskillen),  but  by  her  (who  m.  2ndly,  7  Dec.  1731,  Hon.  Bysse 
m.  Anne,  dau.^of  Robert  Clarke,  and  by  her  (who  m.  2ndly,     Moleswprth)  had  no  issue.     At  his  death  s.p.  the  estates  devolved 

upon  his  sister, 

ANGEL  ARCHDALL,  of  Castle  Archdall,  who  m.  NICHOLAS  MONT- 
GOMERY, of  Derrygonnelly,  co.  Fermanagh,  M.P.  Mr.  Mont- 
gomery adopted  the  surname  of  ARCHDALE,  and  left  by  the  heiress 
of  Archdall  (who  d.  about  1742  or  1747)  an  only  son, 

MERVYN  ARCHDALE,  of  Castle  Archdale  and  Trillick,  Col.  in  the 


Royal  Visit,  1903,  6.  26  Feb.  1843;  »»•  T5  Sept. 
1870,  Eliza,  dau.  of  James  Alexander  Pirrie,  of 
LittleClandeboye,  co.Down,  and  Eli/a  Montgomery, 
his  wife,  and  has  issue, 

1.  JOHN  MILLER,  b.  17  July,  1871  ;    m.   10  Sept.  1902,  Jessie, 
dau.  of  Joseph  Ormrod. 

2.  Thomas,  b.  ^  Feb.  1873  ;  *»•  24  June,  1908,  Helen  Reilly,  dau. 
of  late  John  D.  Barbour,  D.L.  of  Conway,  Dunmurry. 

3.  James,  b.  3  Jan.  1877. 

4.  William,  b.  25  Aug.  1886. 

1.  Eliza  Montgomery  (Nina),  m.  26  April,  1906,  Lawrence  Arthur 

Hind,  3rd  son  of  Jesse  Hind,  of  Edwalton,  Notts. 

Lineage.— JAMES  ANDREWS,  of  The  Old  House,  Comber, 
co.  Down,  b.  6  Dec.  1762;  d.  2  July,  1841,  having  m.  Frances 
Glenny,  by  whom  he  had  a  son, 

JOHN  ANDREWS,  of  Uraghmore,  Comber,  co.  Down,  J.P.,  High 
Sheriff  co.  Down  1857,  b.  15  Nov.  1792  ;  m.  25  Aug.  1826,  Sarah, 
dau.  of  William  Drennan,  M.D.,  of  Cabin  Hill,  co.  Down,  and 
Sarah  Swanwick,  his  wife.  She  d.  13  Feb.  1902,  aged  95.  He 
d.  13  May,  1864,  having  had  issue, 

1.  James,  J.P.,  b.  23  Nov.   1829  ;     m.  21    March,  1863,  Mary 
Catherine,  dau.  of  Robert  Andrews,  LL.D.,  Q.C.,  and  d.  7  Feb. 
1882,  having  had  issue, 

i.  Herbert  William.  2.  Arthur  Macdonald. 

3.  Henry  Percy.  4.  Cecil  Frank, 

i.  Amy.  2.  Eileen  Lucy. 

2.  William  Drennan  (Right  Hon.),  P.C.  (Ireland),  B.A.,  LL.D., 
Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Justice  of  the  King's  Bench  in  Ireland,  called  to 
the  Bar  1855,  Q.C.  1872,  raised  to  the  Bench  1882,  resigned  1910 
(51,  Lower  Leeson  Street,  Dublin),  b.  24  Jan.  1832  ;    m.  20  Aug. 
1857,  Eliza,  dau.  of  the  late  John  Galloway,  of  Monkstown,  co. 
Dublin.     She  d.s.p.  6  April,  1901. 

8.  John,  J.P.,  6.  27  Jan.  1838  ;   m.  5  May,  1868,  Annie,  dau.  of 
Isaac  Andrews,  and  d.  28  March,  1903,  having  had  issue, 

r.  John  Drennan.  2.  William  Lennox. 

i.  Mary.  2.  Eva. 

3.  Ethel. 
4>.  THOMAS,  of  Ardara. 

1.  Sarah,  d.  aged  2. 

2.  Sarah,  d.  unm.  1845. 

3.  Frances,  b.  19  Feb.   1850  ;    m.  3  April,  1878,  Edmund  W. 
Garrett. 

Arms — Az.,  on  a  fesse  or  three  mullets  of  the  field.  Crest — 
A  dove  holding  in  the  bill  an  olive  branch  all  ppr.,  charged  on  the 
breast  with  a  mullet  az.  Motto — Always  faithful. 

Seat — Ardara,  Comber,  co.  Down.  Club — Ulster  Reform, 
Belfast ;  Ulster  Club,  Belfast ;  County  Club,  Downpatrick. 


ANNESLEY.    See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  ANNESLEY,  E. 


ARCHDALE  OF  CASTLE  ARCHDALE. 
EDWARD  ARCHDALE,  of  Castle  Archdale,  co,  Fer- 
managh, J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1902,  High 
Sheriff  co.  Tyrone  1906,  B.A.,  Keble  Coll.  Oxford, 
C.E.,  b.  22  March,  1850;  s.  his  uncle,  1899;  »*. 
22  Jan.  1908,  Elizabeth,  2nd  dau.  of  the  late 
Nicholas  Harwood,  of  H.M.  Dockyard,  Pembroke, 
and  widow  of  Capt.  W.  Wingfield  Clarke,  Leicester- 
shire Regt. 

Lineagre. — JOHN  ARCHDALL,  of  Archdall,  co.  Fermanagh, 
High  Sheriff  1616,  formerly  of  Norsome  Hall,  co.  Norfolk,  went  to 
Ireland  temp.  Queen  ELIZABETH,  and  obtained  a  grant  of  lands  in 
the  co.  Fermanagh,  by  patent,  dated  13  July,  1612,  to  hold  for  ever 
as  of  the  Castle  of  Dublin  by  fealty,  which  lands  were  erected  into 
the  Manor  of  Archdall,  with  300  acres  in  demesne  and  power  to  hold 
a  Court  Baron.  He  m.  Katherine,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Temple, 
Knt.,  sometime  Provost  of  Trinity  College,  Dublin.  She  m.  2ndly, 
Sir  John  Veel,  Knt.,  and  d.  23  Nov.  1642.  John  Archdall  left  issue, 

1.  EDWARD,  his  heir,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  Martin  (Ven.),  Archdeacon  of  Ferns,  1629,  d.  before  1660. 

3.  John    (Ven.),    B.D.,   Archdeacon    of    Killala,    1637,    and    of 
Achonry,  1638,  m.  the  dau.  of  Donnellan,  of  co.  Roscommon, 
and  d.  1668,  leaving  a  son, 

John  (Rev.),  Vicar  of  Lusk,  co.  Dublin,  1679,  m-  by  licence, 
dated  i  April,  1679,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Barnard,  of 
Drumin,  co.  Louth.  She  d.  Dec.  1731.  He  d.  1690,  leaving 
with  a  dau.  Frances,  three  sons, 


i7io,  Francis  Johnston,  of  Darrycholaught,  co.  Fermanagh) 
left  a  posthumous  son, 

John,  of  Drumin,  d.  unm.  13  June,  1787. 
•2)  WILLIAM,  of  Dublin,  in  the  Paymaster-General's  Depart- 
ment, m.  Henrietta,  dau.  of  Rev.  Henry  Goone,  Vicar  Choral 
of  the  Cathedral  of  Tuam.  Her  will  is  dated  25  luJy,  1765. 
He  d.  5  Sept.  1751,  leaving  three  daus.  :  i.  Elizabeth  ;  2. 
Angel,  m.  12  Jan.  1748-9,  William  Preston;  3.  Katherine, 
m.  —  Dobson  ;  and  two  sons, 

i.  MERVYN  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Attanagh,  op.  Kilkenny,  and 
afterwards  of  Slant,  co.  Meath,  6.  22  April,  1732  ;  m.  ist 


Army,  M.P.  for  co.  Fermanagh,  and  High  Sheriff  1773,  m.  by 
licence,  dated  12  July,  1762,  Hon.  Mary  Dawson,  dau.  of  William 
Henry,  Viscount  Carlow,  and  sister  of  John,  ist  Earl  of  Portar- 


lington,  and  d   1813,  having  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  MERVYN,  his  heir.  2.  WILLIAM,  s.  his  brother. 


' 


IRELAND. 


Armstrong. 


3.  Edward,  of  Riversdale,  co.  Fermanagh,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1813,  m.  2  Oct.  1809,  Matilda,  2nd  dau.  of  William 
Humphrys,  of  Ballyhaise,  co.  Cavan,  and  d.  12  May,  1864, 
having  had  issue, 

1.  MERVVN  EDWARD,  s.  his  uncle. 

2.  WILLIAM  HUMPHRYS,  late  of  Castle  Archdale. 

3.  Edward,  of  Lisnaskea,  co.  Fermanagh,  b.  1816,  Lieut. -Col.  in 
the  Army,  and  Col.  Fermanagh  Militia,  J.P.  co.  Fermanagh, 
High  Sheriff  1872  ;   m.  ist,  21  Nov.  1846,  Caroline  Anne,  dau. 
of  Charles  Claude  Clifton,  of  Tymawr,  co.   Brecon.     He  m. 
2ndly,  9  Feb.  1875,  Eleanor  Jane  (d.  23  July,  1907),  youngest 
dau.  of  Robert  Stewart,  of  Lisburn,  and  d.  1886. 

4.  Henry  Montgomery  (Rev.),  M.A.,  of  Thornhill,  co.  Ferma- 
nagh, formerly  incumbent  of  St.  Michael's,  b.  1818  ;  m.  1848, 
Sarah  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  James  Blackwood  Price,  of  Saintfield, 
and  d.  14  Feb.  1898,  leaving  issue  by  her  (who  d.  7  Aug.  1911), 

(1)  EDWARD,  now  of  Castle  Archdale. 

(2)  Henry  Dawson,  b.  1851. 

(3)  James  Blackwood,  Maj.  late  R.A.  and  Army  Ordnance 
Department,  b.   17  July,  1853  ;    m.  Feb..   1886,  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  the  late  George  May,  of  Cambridge,  and  has  issue, 


Henry  Blackwood,  b.  15  March,  1887. 
(44,    Shirley    Ave 
b.  i  Oct.  1855  ;    m.  17  Sept.  1895,  Mary  Scott,  dau.  of  the 


(4)  Audley    Mervyn    (44,    Shirley    Avenue,    Southampton), 


late   George   Elphinstone,   of    Oakfield    House,    Streatham,  j 
and  has  issue, 

i.  George  Mervyn,  b.  14  Aug.  1896. 

1.  Margaret  Helen,  ft.  i  Oct.  1897. 

2.  Beatrice  Mary,  b.  13  April,  1901. 

(5)  Montgomery,  b.  1858. 

(6)  George,  of  Dromard,  Kesh,  co.  Fermanagh,  High  Sheriff 
1904,  late  Capt.  5th  Battal  on  Royal  Ir  sh  R  fles.  b.  27  Jan.  ' 
1860  ;  m.  28  Dec.  1894,  Mary,  dau.  of  the  late  John  Graham, 
of  Parade  House,  Cowes,  and"  has  issue, 

1.  Mervyn  Henry  Dawson,  b.  n  March,  1904. 

2.  George  Montgomery,  b.  6  July,  1907. 

i.  Helen  Audley.  2.  Mary  Blackwood. 

3.  Sarah  Matilda.  4.  Joan. 

(1)  Elizabeth  Price. 

(2)  Sarah  Blackwood,  m.  Nov.  1886,  Rev.  Edward  Blanchard 
Ryan,  Rector  of  Strangford,  co.  Down,  and  has  issue. 

(3)  Matilda  Humphries.  (4)  Richmal  Magnell. 

5.  Nicholas  Montgomery,  of  Crock  na  Grieve,  co.  Fermanagh,  j 
.P.  for  that  co.  and  Longford,  b.  18  Feb.  1820  ;  m.  27  Jan. 
1852,  Adelaide  Mary,  4th  dau.  of  the  Rev.  John  Grey  Porter, 
of  Kilskeery  and  Belleisle,  co.  Fermanagh,  son  of  the  Bishop 
of  Clogher,  and  d.  2  Feb.  1877,  suddenly,  in  the  hunting  field, 
leaving  issue, 

(1)  Edward  Mervyn,  of  Crock  na  Crieve  and     Riversdale 
(see  ARCHDALE  of  Riversdale). 

(2)  John   Porter   PORTER,    of    Clonbalt,   co.   Longford   (see 
PORTER  of  Clonbalt). 

(3)  William  Henry,  b.   16  Nov.   1856  ;    d.  unm.  29  March, 
1875- 

(4)  Henry  Butler,  b.  4  Dec.  1857  ;  d.  unm.  22  Oct.  1858. 

(5)  Nicholas  Francis,  b.  19  Feb.   1862  ;    m.  ig  April,   1887, 
Alice,  eldest  dau.   of  Philip  Henry  Egerton,  of  Gladwyn, 
Gresford.     She  d.s.p.  1889. 

(6)  Theodore  Montgomery,  D.S.O.,  Major  R.H.A.,  b.  24  Sept. 
1873  J    w*.  9  Oct.  1901,  Helen  Alexander,  dau.  of    the  late 
Alexander  Russel,  of  St.  Andrews,  N.B.,  and  has  issue, 

la.  Nicholas  Montgomery,  b.  27  July,  1902. 
za.  Alexander  Mervyn,  b.  27  Nov.  1905. 
la.  Helen  Elizabeth,  b.  21  Aug.  1907. 

(1)  Margaret  Eleanor,  b.  23  Feb.  1854. 

(2)  Matilda   Lavinia,   b.   7   Dec.    1850 ;    d.   unm.    14   July, 
1876. 

(3)  Margaret  Eleanor. 

6.  John,  in   the  52nd  Light  Infantry,  d.  of  yellow  fever  at 
Berbice,  1841. 

7.  Hugh  Montgomery,  of  Drumadravy,  co.  Fermanagh,  Capt. 
52nd    Regt.,    m.    23    Sept.    1857,   Lizzie,  dau.   of  Sir  Hugh 
Stewart,  2nd  bart.,  of  Ballygawley,  and  d.  1880,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Edward   Hugh,   b.    1861  ;    m.    10   May,    1899,   Dorothy 
Mary,  only  dau.  of  the  late  Albert  Belton,  and  had  issue. 

(2)  Henry  St.  George,  b.  1862. 

(3)  Alfred  Montgomery,  b.  1864. 

(4)  William  Stewart,  b.  1870  ;  m.  7  Sept.  1898,  Emily  Laura, 
dau.    of    Hugh    Lyons    Montgomery    (see   MONTGOMERY    of 
Be!  have!). 

(5)  Lionel  John  Dawson,  b.  1874. 

(6)  Nicholas  James  Mervyn,  6.  1878. 

(1)  Minnie,  d.  3  April,  1888,  having  m.  Major  Hugh  James 
Archdale. 

(2)  Henrietta  Julia  Maud.  (3)  Margaret  Mathilda. 
(4)  Emily  Mary  Hamilton. 

8.  Audley  Mervyn,  of  Underdown,  co.   Hereford,   J.P.,  Capt. 
R.A..,  b.  1826  ;   m.  1854,  Sybilla  Mary,  3rd  dau.  of  Philip  John 
Miles,  of  Liegh  Court,  Bristol,  and  d.  1893,  having  by  her  (who 
d.   1889)  had,  with  other  issue, 

Mervyn  Edward,  of  The  Retreat,  co.  Devon,  Maj. 
late  Gloucester  Regt.,  b.  21  Dec.  1855  ;  m.  12  April,  1887, 
Minna,  eldest  dau.  of  Fulbert  Archer,  of  Timaru,  New 
Zealand,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1900)  has  a  son,  Edward  Mervyn, 
b.  1888. 

9.  James  Mervyn,  d.  1840. 

1.  Mary. 

2.  Letitia  Jane,  m.  1834,  Rev.  Butler  Brooke,  Rector  of  Aghavea, 
younger  son  of  Sir  Henry  Brooke,  ist  bart.,  of  Colbrooke.     He 
d.s.p.,  14  Nov.  1869.     Shed.  1899. 

3.  Richmall  Magnall.  4.  Matilda,  d.  unm.  1852. 


4.  Henry,   late  Capt.    6th   Dragoon   Guards,   m.   Jane,   dau.   of 
Philip  Doyne,  which  lady  d.s.p. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Rt.  Hon.  Sir  John  Stewart,    ist  bart.,  ofAthenry, 
co.  Tyrone,  M.P.,  Attorney  General  for  Ireland  1799,  and  d.  28 
May,  1795,  leaving  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  STEWART  ofAthenry 
BART.). 

2.  Angel,  m.  John  Richardson,  ot  Rossfad  House,  co.  Fermanagh. 

3.  Caroline.  4.  Anne. 

5.  Catharine. 

6.  Elizabeth,  m.  Dacre  Hamilton,  of  Cornacassa,  co.  Monaghan. 

7.  Sidney,  m.  10  May,  1800,  Robert  Hamilton,  of  the  city  of 
Dublin. 

8.  Wilhelmina  Henrietta,  m.  Augustine  Macnamara,  of  Dublin. 
The  eldest  son, 

MERVYN  ARCHDALE,  of  Castle  Archdale  and  Trillick,  a  Gen.  in 
the  Army,  Lieut.-Gov.  of  the  Isle  of  Wight,  and  M.P.  in  eleven 
Parl'aments  for  co.  Fermanagh,  b.  1763  ;  m.  Feb.  1806,  Jane,  d§u. 
of  Gustavus  Rochfort,  co.  Westmeath,  but  d.s.p.  1839,  when  he  was 
s.  by  his  brother, 

WILLIAM  ARCHDALE,  of  Castle  Archdale,  Lieut.-Col.  in  the 
Army,  High  Sheriff  co.  Fermanagh  1845,  m.  Martha  Hawley,  dau. 
of  James  Clarke,  of  Castle  Carey,  Somerset,  and  dying  s.p.  1863, 
was  s.  by  his  nephew, 

MERVYN  EDWARD  ARCHDALE,  of  Castle  Archdale,  co.  Fermanagh, 
and  Trillick,  co.  Tyrone,  b.  1812  ;  J.P.  and  D.L.  co.  Fermanagh, 
High  Sheriff  1879, 'and  J.P.  for  cos.  Donegal  and  Tyrone,  late  a 
Capt.  6th  (Inniskilling)  Dragoons,  M.P.  for  Fermanagh  1834-74  ; 
m.  Emma  Inez,  dau.  of  Jacob  Goulding,  of  London  and  Kew.  He 
d.  22  Dec.  1895.  She  d.  30  Aug.  1874.  He  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

WILLIAM  HUMPHRYS  MERVYN  ARCHDALE,  of  Castle  Archdale, 
co.  Fermanagh,  J.P.  and  D.L.  for  that  co.,  and  High  Sheriff  1845, 
J.P.  co.  Tyrone  and  High  Sheriff  1861,  M.P.  co.  Fermanagh  1874-85, 
B.A.  Exeter  Coll.  Oxford,  b.  1813 ;  m.  ist,  15  April,  1845,  Emily 
Mary  Rebecca,  eldest  dau.  of  the  late  Hon.  and  Rev.  John  Charles 
Maude.  She  d.  1892.  He  m.  andly,  1894,  Matilda  (Gortinore, 
Monkstown,  co.  Dublin],  dau.  of  William  Alley,  of  Artane,  co. 
Dublin.  Mr.  W.  H.  Archdale  s.  his  brother  1895,  and  assumed  by 
Royal  Licence  the  additional  surname  of  MERVYN  in  accordance 
with  the  will  of  his  uncle  Gen.  Mervyn  Archdale,  and  d.s.p.  23  June, 
1899,  when  he  was  s.  by  his  nephew  EDWARD,  now  of  Castle  Archdale. 

Seats — Castle  Archdaie,  Irvinestown,  co.  Fermanagh,  and 
Trillick  Lodge,  co.  Tyrone. 

ARCHDALE    OF    RIVERSDALE. 

EDWARD  MERVYN  ARCHDALE,  of  Riversdale,  co. 
Fermanagh,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff,  1884,  M.P. 
for  North  Fermanagh,  1898-1903,  Lieut,  ret.  R.N.,  b. 
26  Jan.  1853  ;  m.  10  June,  1880,  Alice  Bland, 
youngest  dau.  of  the  late  Quintin  Fleming,  of 
Chapelville,  Dingle,  Liverpool,  and  has  issue, 

1.  NICHOLAS  EDWARD,  Lieut.  R.N.,  b.  11  June,  1881. 

2.  William  Porter  Palgrave,  b.  i  Dec.  1883. 

3.  Audley  Quintin,  Lieut.  R.F.A.,  b.  3  April,  1886. 

4.  Dominick  Mervyn,  b.  4  April,  1892. 

5.  Humphrys,  Cadet  R.N.,  b.  29  July,  1896. 

1.  Angel,  b.  10  Aug.  1882  ;  m.  31  Aug.  1909,  P.  M.  Loftus  Totten- 
ham, Inspector-General  of  Irrigation  in  Sudan,  and  has  issue. 

Mr.  Archdale  is  the  eldest  son  of  Nicholas  Mont- 
gomery Archdale,  of  Crock  na  Crieve,  who  d.  2  Feb. 
1877,  and  Adelaide  Mary,  his  wife,  4th  dau.  of  the 
Rev.  John  Grey  Porter,  of  Belleisle,  co.  Fermanagh 
(see  that  family),  and  grandson  of  Edward  Archdale, 
D.L.,  of  Riversdale,  who  d.  12  May,  1864. 

HiineapTP. — See  ARCHDALE,  of  Castle  Archdale. 

Seat — Riversdale,  Ballinamallard,  co.  Fermanagh.  Club — 
Kildare  Street. 

WRIGHT-ARMSTRONG    OF    KILLYLEA. 

HENRY  BRUCE 
WRIGHT  ARMSTRONG, 
of  Killylea,  co.  Ar- 
magh, J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff  for  that 
co.  1875,  and  High 
Sheriff  for  co.  Long- 
ford 1894,  M.A.  Trin. 
Coll.,  Cambridge, 
called  to  the  bar  at 
the  Inner  Temple  1868, 
b.  27  July,  1844;  s. 
1872;  w.  14  Nov.  1883, 
Margaret,  dau.  of 
William  Leader,  of 
Rosnalee,  co.  Cork, 
and  has  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM       FORTESCUE, 
Lieut.   R.A.,    b.    13    Aug. 
1885. 

2.  Michael  Richard  Leader,  b.  27  Nov. 


Armstrong. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


12 


3.  Henry  Maxwell,  b.  12  Feb.  1891. 

4.  James  Robert  Bargrave,  b.  6  April,  1893. 

5.  Christopher  Wyborne,  b.  9  May,  1899. 

1.  Frances  Margaret  Alice.       2.  Dorothea  Gertrude. 

3.  Margaret  Helen  Elizabeth. 

Lineage. — EDWARD  ARMSTRONG,  son  of  William  Armstrong, 
by  Jane  Carver  his  wife,  m.  1760,  Grace  Jones,  and  had  two  sons, 

1.  WILLIAM  JONES.  2.  Edward. 

The    elder, 

REV.  WILLIAM  JONES  ARMSTRONG,  M.A.,  Rector  of  the  Union 
of  Termonfechan,  co.  Louth,  m.  Sept.  1786,  Margaret,  3rd  dau. 
of  Alderman  John  Tew,  Lord  Mayor  of  Dublin  (and  Margaret 
Maxwell,  his  wife,  grandniece  of  John,  ist  Lord  Farnham),  and 
grand-dau.  of  Alderman  David  Tew,  Lord  Mayor  of  same  city 
1752,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  JONES,  his  heir. 

2.  John  Tew,  m.  Anne,  only  dau.  of  Ralph  Tew,  of  Raddinstown 
co.  Meath,  and  had  issue, 

i.  Maxwell.  2.  John. 

3.  Thomas  Fortescue,  d.  31  Jan.  1908. 
i.  Anne. 

3.  Thomas  Knox,  of  Fellowes  Hall,  J.P.  co.  Armagh,  m.  Catherine 
Frances,  and  dau.  of  the  late  Wallop  Brabazon,  of  Rath  House, 
co.  Louth,  by  Jane  his  ist  wife,  dau.  of  Josias  Dupre,  of  Wilton 
Park,  Bucks,  and  d.  at  Rome,  Jan.  1840,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Jane  Rebecca,  m.  25  Nov.  1890,  Acheson  St.  George,  of  Wood 
Park,  co.  Armagh.     He  d.s.p.  2  July,  1902  (see  that  family). 

2.  Diana  Lucinda,  d.  unm. 

1.  Helen,  m.  the  Rev.  John  Kerr,  Rector  of  the  Union  of  Ter- 
monfechan. 

2.  Anne,  m.  Walter  Newton,  late  of  the  2 ist  Light  Dragoons. 

3.  Diana  Jane,  dec. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  JONES  ARMSTRONG,  of  Killylea,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1840,  b.  22  May,  1794  ;  m.  3  Feb.  1842,  Frances  Elizabeth, 
widow  of  Col.  Sir  Michael  M'Creagh,  C.B.,  K.C.H.,  &c.,  and  only  dau. 
of  Capt.  Christopher  Wilson,  of  the  22nd  Foot,  and  by  her  (who 
d.  1894)  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  FORTESCUE,  b.  28  Jan.  1843,  late  7th  Hussars,  d.  unm. 
2  May,  1871. 

2.  HENRY  BRUCE,  now  of  Killylea. 

Mr.  Armstrong  assumed,  by  Royal  Licence  20  Feb.  1868,  the  name 
and  arms  of  WRIGHT  under  the  will  of  Lady  Frances  E.  Wright- 
Wilson,  and  d.  1872. 

Arms — Quarterly :  ist  and  4th,  ARMSTRONG,  per  pale  gu.  and 
vert,  three  dexter  armed  arms,  couped  at  the  shoulders  and  embowed, 
the  hands  clenched,  ppr.  ;  snd  and  3rd,  WRIGHT,  arg.  three  bars 
gemel  gu.,  on  a  chief  az.  three  leopards'  faces  or,  a  canton  erm.  for 
distinction.  Crests — ist,  ARMSTRONG  :  Out  of  a  mural  coronet  or, 
an  armed  arm  embowed,  the  hand  grasping  an  oak  tree  eradicated, 
ppr.  ;  2nd,  WRIGHT  :  Out  of  a  mural  crown,  chequy,  or  and  gu.,  a 
dragon's  head  vert,  on  the  neck  three  leopards'  faces  as  in  the  arms, 
between  two  bars  gemel,  a  trefoil  slipped  or.  Motto — Invictus 
maneo. 

Seats— Killylea,  co.  Armagh  and  Dean's  Hill.  Armagh.  Clubs— 
Carlton,  S.W.,  and  Kildare  Street,  Dublin. 


HEATON-ARMSTRONG  OF  FARNEY  CASTLE 
AND  MOUNT  HEATON. 

WILLIAM  CHARLES 
HEATON  -  ARMSTRONG 
(senior  representative 
of  the  Armstrongs  of 
Farney  Castle  and 
Mount  Heaton),  Lord 
of  the  Manor  of  Ros- 
crea,  King's  Co..  M.P. 
for  Sudbury  1906-10, 
b.  i  Sept.  1853  ;  m. 
7  Sept.  i885,atVeldes, 
Austria,  the  Baronesse 
Bertha :'  Maxmiliana 
Zois-Kdelstein,  only 
surviving  dau.  of  the 
4th  Baron  Zois-Edel- 
stein,  of  Austria,  and 
has  issue, 
.  1.  WILLIAM  DUNCAN  FRANCIS,  b.  at  Veldes,  Austria,  29  Sept. 

1886. 

2.  John  Dunamace,  b.  in  Middlesex,  21  Feb.  1888. 

1.  Bertha  Grace,  b.  in  London,  2  Jan.  1893. 
Mr.  Heaton-Armstrong  succeeded,  at  his  father's 
death,  29  April,  1891,  to  the  representation  of  the 
families  of  Armstrong,  of  Farney  Castle  and  Mount 
Heaton,  Mealiffe,  &c.  ;  of  MacDonnell,  of  New 
Hall ;  and  also  of  the  family  of  Heaton,  of  Moor- 
house,  Yorkshire,  whose  representative  (temp.  Queen 


ELIZABETH)  was  Bishop  of  Ely.  Mr.  Heaton- 
Armstrong  is  1 9th  in  descent  from  King  EDWARD  I 
of  England  and  i4th  from  King  JAMES  II  of  Scot- 
land (see  BURKE'S  Royal  Descents). 

Liineagre.—  SIR  THOMAS  ARMSTRONG,  Knt.,  M.P.,  6.  at  Nimeguem 
in  Holland.  He  obtained  considerable  grants  of  land  in  Ireland, 
among  others  the  lands  of  Straffan.  co.  Kildare,  and  house  property 
in  the  cities  of  Waterford,  Limerick,  and  Leicester.  He  had  been 
a  great  sufferer  in  the  royal  cause,  and  was  very  active  for  CHARLES 
II  before  the  Restoration.  His  enterprising  spirit  excited  the  jealousy 
of  Cromwell,  who  threw  him  into  prison  and  even  threatened  his 
life.  He  was  after  the  Restoration  reappointed  Quarter-Master 
Gen.  of  the  Cavalry  in  Ireland,  and  d.  Nov.  1662,  leaving  issue  a  son, 
SIR  THOMAS  ARMSTRONG  engaged  with  all  the  zeal  that  was 
natural  to  him  in  the  service  of  the  Duke  of  Monmouth.  Finding 
himself  obnoxious  to  the  court  he  fled  the  kingdom  and  went 
to  Holland,  and  his  flight  was  soon  followed  by  outlawry.  He 
was  seized  abroad  and  sent  to  London  where  he  was  condemned 
for  the  Rye  House  Plot  by  Chief  Justice  Jeffries,  and  executed 
on  the  2oth  June,  1684,  without  a  trial,  and  with  peculiar  circum- 
stances of  rigour.  (See  State  Trials.)  He  at  his  death  denied 
having  ever  had  any  intention  against  his  Majesty's  life.  The 
attainder  was  subsequently  reversed  in  the  Court  of  King's  Bench, 
6  WILLIAM  III,  and  by  Act  of  Parliament  £6,000  and  an  annuity 
of  £2.000  a  year  was  granted  to  Lady  Armstrong.  Sir  Thomas 
was  gentleman  of  the  horse  to  King  CHARLES  II,  Capt.  of  the  ist 
troop  of  Royal  Horse  Guards,  commission  dated  30  Dec.  12 
CHARLES  II,  and  Lieut.-Col.  of  the  3rd  troop  of  Horse  Guards 
and  served  in  Parliament  for  Stafford  (1640)  and  for  Leicester- 
shire (1660).  He  m.  Katherine,  dau.  of  James  Pollexfen,  of 
Stanstead  Mont-Fitchet,  co.  Essex,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1693)  had 
three  daus., 

1.  Jane,  m,  the  distinguished  Admiral  Mathew. 

2.  Mary,  m.  Mr.  Pollexfen,  the  celebrated  lawyer,  who  defended 
Lord  William  Russell  in  1683. 

3.  Catherine,  d.  unm. 

The  only  brother  of  Sir  Thomas  was  CAPT.  WILLIAM  ARMSTRONG, 
founder  of  the  family  in  Tipperary,  who  went  over  to  Ireland  and 
settled  in  the  old  castle  at  Farney  Bridge  (lease  granted  by  Duke  of . 
Ormonde,  3  Nov.  1670),  near  Thurles,  where  he  was  followed  by 
his  brother's  widow,  Lady  Armstrong.  He  obtained  a  grant  under 
the  Act  of  Settlement  of  Bohercarron  and  other  lands  in  the 
county  of  Limerick  dated  3  March,  1666. 

WILLIAM  ARMSTRONG  was  Capt.  of  the  troop  of  horse  attached  to 
the  Tipperary  Militia  in  1688.     He  m.  Alice,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas 
|  Deane,  and  by  her  had  issue,  two  sons, 

1.  JOHN,  his  successor. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Mealiffe  (see,  that  family). 
The  elder  son, 

JOHN  ARMSTRONG,  M.P.  of  Farney  Castle,  s.  his  father,  and  m. 

:  in   1695,   Juliana,   2nd  dau.   of  Robert  Carew,   of  Ballyboro,   co. 

Wexford,  ancestor  of  Lord  Carew  (by  Anne,  dau.  of  Andrew  Lvnn, 

of   Ballynamona,   co.   Waterford).     He  purchased,  in    1677,   large 

estates  including  the  abbey  and  lands  of  Holycrpss,  Ballycahill, 

&c.     He  was  one  of  the  Poll  Tax  Commissioners  in  1669.     He  d. 

16  May,  1707  (adm.  to  his  widow  26  Aug.  1717),  leaving  issue  by  his 

wife  (who  survived  him,  and  d.  27  Nov.  1737,  aged  61)  four  sons, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  successor.          2.  Robert,  d.  unm. 

3.  John,  ancestor  of  the  present  Farney  Castle  branch.     He  m. 
in  1740,  Anne,  dau.  of  Anthony  Blunt,  of  the  co.  Kilkenny,  by 
whom  he  had  issue,  four  sons  and  three  daus. 

4.  James  William,  in  holy  orders,  m.  Sarah  Nicholson. 
The  eldest  son. 

COL.  WILLIAM  ARMSTRONG,  M.P.,  of  Farney  Castle  and  Mount 
Heaton,  b.  i  June,  1688,  as  Col.  of  the  Tipperary  Militia,  High 
Sheriff  in  1738.  He  m.  6  March,  1731,  Mary,  3rd  dau.  and  co-heiress 
of  Francis  Heaton,  of  Mount  Heaton,  King's  Co.  (and  formerly  of 
Moorhouse  in  the  co.  York,  where  they  were  settled  at  the  time  of  the 
Conquest)  by  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Robert  Curtis,  of  Inane,  M.P. 
The  principal  family  residence  was  then  changed  to  Mount  Heaton 
(otherwise  called  Ballyskennagh),  and  Farney  Castle  was  subse- 
quently given  over  to  his  younger  brother  John.  William  (having 
survived  his  wife)  d.  intestate  i  Jan.  1767,  leaving  issue,  a  son  and 
a  dau., 

JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

Mary,  m.  12  Sept.  1755,  the  Very  Rev.  George  Thomas,  D.D., 

and  d.  27  March,  1795,  leaving  issue. 
The  son  and  heir, 

THE  RIGHT  HON.  JOHN  ARMSTR9NG,  M.P.,  P.C.,  of  Farney  Castle 
!  and  Mount  Heaton,  b.  in  1732  ;  s.  his  father  in  1767.  He  m.  17  July, 
1770,  Letitia  (b.  1724),  eldest  dau.  and  co-heiress  of  Abraham 
Greene  of  Ballymacreece,  co.  Limerick  (by  Honoria  his  wife,  dau. 
of  William  Piers,  of  Portarlington,  Queen's  Co.,  4th  son  of  Sir 
W.  Piers,  Bart,,  of  Tristernagh  Abbey,  by  the  Lady  Honoria  Fitz- 
maurice,  dau.  of  the  2oth  Earl  of  Kerry).  He  served  in  several 
parliaments  for  the  boroughs  of  Kilmallock  and  Fore,  and  was  made 
a  member  of  the  King's  Privy  Council  in  Ireland  on  9  Sept.  1789. 
i  At  one  time  he  raised  a  troop  of  horse  for  the  King's  service,  and 
maintained  them  at  his  own  cost,  refusing  all  offers  of  reward  for 
his  services.  In  consideration  of  other  important  services  he  had 
done  the  country,  he  was  twice  urged  by  the  Irish  Government  to 
take  a  baronetcy,  which  he  declined.  It  was  subsequently  arranged 
that  he  was  to  be  made  a  peer,  under  the  title  of  Baron  of  Dunamace, 
in  Ireland,  and  the  patent  was  lodged  at  the  Hanaper  Office,  when 
he  d.  suddenly  before  the  patent  had  passed  the  Great  Seal,  at  Mount 
Heaton,  12  Sept.  1791,  aged  59.  He  was  buried  in  the  churchyard 
at  Ballycahill,  and  left  issue  (by  his  wife,  who  m.  2ndly,  the  Very 
Rev.  James  Hobson,  and  d.  at  Sidmouth,  28  Jan.  1820,  aged  75, 
and  is  buried  there),  one  son  and  one  dau., 


IRELAND. 


Armstrong. 


WILLIAM  HENRY,  his  heir. 

Elizabeth  Mary,   b.   20   Jan.    1773  ;    d,   (accidently  burned)    in 

Dublin,  26  Feb.  1780,  and  is  bur.  at  Ballycahill. 
The  son  and  heir, 

WILLIAM  HENRY  ARMSTRONG,  M.P.,  of  Mount  Heaton,  6.  at 
Toulouse  in  France,  21  June,  1774  ;  m.  7  April,  1809,  Bridget,  only 
dau.  and  (in  her  issue)  co-heiress  of  the  late  Col.  Charles  Macdonnell, 
M.P.,  of  New  Hall,  co.  Clare  (by  Bridget,  dau.  of  John  Bayly, 
of  Debsborough,  co.  Tipperary).  He  voted  against  the  union  of 
England  and  Ireland,  as  mentioned  by  Sir  J.  Barrington  in  his 
memoirs.  From  the  year  1816  he  resided  almost  entirely  on  the 
Continent,  and,  not  intending  to  return  to  Ireland,  he  sold,  in  1817, 
Mount  Heaton,  and  in  1834,  his  Fermanagh,  and  nearly  all  his 
Limerick,  Tipperary  and  English  estates,  133,460  acres.  He  d. 
at  Passy,  near  Paris,  21  Sept.  1835,  aged  61,  and  is  buried  in  the 
Montmartre  Cemetery  at  Paris.  He  had  issue  by  his  wife  (who  d. 
20  Oct.  1860,  aged  70)  four  sons  and  seven  daus., 

1.  JOHN,  late  representative  of  the  family. 

2.  Charles  William,  b.  at  Abbeville,  19  April,  1819  ;   d.  there,  31 
May,   1819. 

3.  William  Edward  ARMSTRONG-MACDONNELL,  of   New  Hall,  co. 
Clare,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1853,  Col.  Com.  Clare  Militia  ; 
took  the  additional  surname  and  arms  of  MACDONNELL  by  Royal 
Licence  in  1858  ;  m.  20  July,  1858,  Hon.  Juliana  Cecilia  O'Brien, 
eldest  dau.  of  Lucius,  i3th  Lord  Inchiquin,  and  d.  in  Dublin,  n 


the  late  Rev.  John  Wrixon,  M.A^,  Vicar  of  Malone, 
co.  Antrim,  and  his  wife  Anne  Arabella,  dau.  and 
eventual  co-heiress  of  the  late  Rear- Admiral  J» 
Dawson,  w.  24  April,  1879,  GEORGE  FRANCIS 
SAVAGE-ARMSTRONG,  M.A.  (stip.  con.),  Dub.  Univ., 
D.Lit.  (honoris  causd),  R.U.I.,  Author  of  The 
Tragedy  of  Israel,  Stories  of  Wicklow,  One  of  the 
Infinite,  Ballads  of  Down,  and  many  other  poetical 
works.  Mr.  Savage-Armstrong,  b.  5  May,  1845,  was 
the  only  surviving  son  of  the  late  Edmund  John 
Armstrong,  who  d.  1870,  by  his  wife  Jane  (who 
d.  3  Jan.  1880),  dau.  and  eventual  heiress  of  the 
late  Rev.  Henry  Savage,  of  Glastry,  in  the  Ards, 
co.  Down,  B.A.  and  J.P.,  Incumbent  of  Ardkeen 
(see  NUGENT-SAVAGE  of  Portaferry,  and  BURKE' s 
Family  Records,  SAVAGE).  On  the  death  of  a 
maternal  uncle,  he  assumed  by  deed  poll,  29  Dec. 
1890,  as  representative  of  his  grandfather,  the  ad- 


eldest  dau.  of  Lucius,  i3th  Lord  Inchiquin,  and  d.  in  Dublin,  n     ditional  surname  of  SAVAGE,   and  d.   24  July,    1906, 
Nov.  1883,  leaving  five  sons  and  three  daus.  (see  ARMSTRONG-MAC-     i         •        :CC11_ 


DONNELL  of  New  Hall). 
4.  Charles,  late  of  Larch  Hill,  co.  Clare  (79,  George  Street, 
Limerick),  b.  at  Florence,  7  May,  1830,  assumed  the  additional 
name  of  HEATON  in  1884 ;  m.  29  March,  1856,  Georgina 
Maria,  eldest  dau.  of  Richard  John  Stacpoole,  of  Eden  Vale,  co. 
Clare,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  and  d.  18  Feb.  1906,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Charles  Richard  Beauchamp,  b.  3  Sept.  1858  ;   m.  24  April, 
1895,   Ethel   Maria   Beatrice,  dau.  of  Charles    de    la  Cherois 
Purdon,  M.D.,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Charles  George  William  Stacpoole,  b.  12  Feb.  1896. 

(2)  Louis  John,  b.  26  April,  1905. 

(3)  Robert  Carew,  b.  8  Dec.  1907. 

2.  George  William  Bayly,  b.  n  March,  1860  ;   m.  9  Oct.  1895, 
Alice  Jane,  dau.  of  Frederick  William  Garron,  of  Ilfbrd  House, 
Essex. 

3.  William  Henry,  b.  16  July,  1863  ;  d.  unm.  28  Oct.  1906. 

i.  Elizabeth  Letitia,  m.  7  Aug.  1895,  Col.  Richard  Arthur 
Milton  Henn,  commanding  Limerick  City  Artillery,  late  R.A., 
and  has  issue  (see  HENN  of  Paradise  Hill). 

1.  Letitia  Mary,  b.  at  Mount  Heaton,  n  Feb.  1810  ;    d.  there, 
ii  July,  1811. 

2.  Letitia  Charlotte,  m.  i  June,  1841,  Charles  William  Hamilton, 
J.P.,  of  Hamwood,  co.  Meath,  and  d.  28  June,  1872,     leaving 
issue.    He  d.  16  Feb.  1880. 

3.  Catherine  Gertrude,  m.  17  Oct.  1839,  John  Bayly,  of  Debs- 
borough,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.  4  Oct.  1874,  having  by  him  (who 
d.  14  May,  1865)  had  issue  (see  that  family). 

4.  Bridge't,  m.  23  March,  1849,  James  Dobree,  of  Rock  Lodge, 
co.  Devon,  and  d.  4  April,  1880,  leaving  issue. 

5.  Mary,  m.   12  July,   1842,  the  Ven.  Evans  Johnston,  D.D., 
B.A.,  Archdeacon  of  Ferns,  and  d.  8  March,  1885,  leaving  issue. 

6.  Emily  Dorothea,  b.  21  Dec.  1817 ;  d.  unm.  at  Paris,  5  Feb. 
1836,  and  is  bur.  near  her  father. 

7.  Louisa,  m.  21  Dec.  1861,  Rev.  Francis  Henry  Hall,  incumbent 
of  Holly  Mount,  co.  Down  (who  d.  10  June,  1880).     She  d.s.p.  14 
Nov.  1891. 

The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  HEATON-ARMSTRONG,  Lord  of  the  Manor  of  Roscrea,  was 
heir-male  of  the  family  of  ARMSTRONG  of  Farney  Castle,  Mount 
Heaton  and  Mealiffe,  as  well  as  of  the  families  of  MACDONNELL  of 
New  Hall  and  HEATON  of  Yorkshire.  In  accordance  with  the 
terms  of  his  grandfather's  will,  he  assumed  by  Royal  Licence  the 
additional  surname  and  arms  of  HEATON.  He  was  b.  at  Mount 
Heaton  i  May,  1815  ;  m.  at  H.B.M.  Embassy,  Vienna,  29  May, 
1849,  Josephine  Therese  Mayr,  of  Leoben,  Styria,  and  by  her  (who 
d.  in  Jersey,  5  April,  1858,  and  is  there  buried)  (see  BARONS  MAYR- 
MELNHOF  in  the  Peerage  of  Austria)  had  issue, 

1.  John  Childe,  b.  i  Jan.  1850  ;    m.  21  Nov.  1885,  Lucy  Ann, 
youngest  dau.  of  Major  Charles  Henry  Cobbe,  60 th  Regt.,  and 
d.s.p.  in  London,  30  March,  1886,  and  is  bur.  there. 

2.  WILLIAM  CHARLES,  present  representative  of  the  family. 
1.  Bids  Louisa.  2.  Lucy  Emily. 

Mr,  Heaton-Armstrong  served  as  Lieut,  in  the  Austrian  Cuirassiers 
and  Walmpden  Dragoons,  and  was  offered  to  be  created  a  Count  of 
the  Austrian  Empire  and  a  Chamberlain  to  the  Emperor,  but 
declined  the  honour.  In  later  years,  from  1839  to  1848,  he  was 
distinguished  as  a  traveller  in  South  America  and  Australia,  in 
which  latter  country  he  made  many  valuable  discoveries.  He  d. 
29  April,  1891,  at  Goertz,  and  is  there  buried. 

Arms — Quarterly :  ist  and  4th  (ARMSTRONG)  gu.,  three 
dexter  arms  vambranced  and  embowed  ppr. ;  2nd  and  3rd 
<HEATON)  vert,  a  lion  rampant  arg.  Crests — ist  (ARMSTRONG), 
a  dexter  arm  vambranced  and  embowed,  the  hand  grasping  an 
armed  leg  couped  at  the  thigh  and  bleeding,  all  ppr.  ;  2nd 
(HEATON),  a  lion  rampant  ppr.  ducally  crowned,  plain  collared 
and  chained  or.  Motto — Vi  et  armis. 

Residence — 30,  Portland  Place,  London,  W.     Club — Union. 


SAVAGE- ARMSTRONG    OF    CORRATINNER. 

MARIE  ELIZABETH  SAVAGE-ARMSTRONG,  of  Corra- 
tinner,  co.  Cavan,  younger  dau,  and  co-heiress  of 


leaving  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS  SAVAGE  NESBITT,  Capt.  ist  Batt.  South  Staffs  Regt., 
educated  at  Shrewsbury  and  served  in  South  African  War  1899- 
1902  (Queen's  medal  with  three  clasps  and  King's  medal  with 
two  clasps),  b.  5  July,  1880. 

2.  John   Raymond   Savage.   Capt.   4th   Batt.    Leinster   Regt., 
educated  at  Shrewsbury  ana  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  13  May,  1882. 
1.  Arabella  Guendolen  Savage. 

Lineage. — THOMAS  DAWSON,  elder  brother  of  Dr.  Robert 
Dawson,  consecrated  Bishop  of  Clonfert  1627,  went  to  Ireland  1601, 
it  is  stated,  from  Temple  Sowerby,  Westmorland,  and  purchased 
the  lands  of  Castle  Dawson,  co.  Londonderry.  His  son  and  successor, 

THOMAS  DAWSON,  Commissary  of  the  Musters  of  the  Army  in 
Ireland,  d.  1683,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

THOMAS  DAWSON,  of  Castle  Dawson,  M.P.  for  Antrim,  who  m. 
Olivia  Upton,  of  Castle  Upton,  co.  Antrim,  and  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

JOSHUA  DAWSON,  of  Castle  Dawson,  M.P.  for  Wicklow,  and 
Secretary  for  Ireland,  temp.  Queen  ANNE.  He  m.  Jan.  1695-96, 
Anne,  dau.  of  Thomas  Carr,  son  of  Sir  George  Carr,  Secretary  for 
Ireland,  and  d.  1727,  leaving,  with  other  issue, 

1.  ARTHUR,  his  son  and  heir,  a  Baron  of  the  Exchequer,  ancestor 
of  DAWSON  of  Moyola  Park,  co.  Londonderry,  now  represented 
by  LADY  SPENCER  CHICHESTER  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  DONEGALL, 
M.). 

2.  William,  Surveyor-General  of  Munster,  m.  and  had  issue. 

3.  CHARLES,  of  whose  line  we  treat. 

1.  Mary,  m.  to  Right  Hon.  Henry  Hamilton,  M.P. 
The  youngest  son, 

CHARLES  DAWSON,  H.M.  Inspector  of  Customs  for  Ireland,  m. 
Sarah,  dau.  of  John  Downing,  of  Bellaghy  and  Rowesgift,  co. 
Londonderry  (b.  1700),  eldest  son  of  Col.  Adam  Downing  (served 
with  distinction  at  the  siege  of  Derry  and  the  Battle  of  the  Boyne, 
b.  1666,  d.  1719),  and  grandson  of  Henry  Downing  (b.  1630,  younger 
brother  of  Sir  George  Downing,  Bart.,  the  eminent  statesman, 
temp.  CHARLES  II  ;  see  FULLERTON  of  Ballintoy  and  BEAUMONT- 
NESBITT  of  Tubberdaly),  and  by  her  had  issue,  two  sons  and  three 
daus.  The  elder  surviving  son, 

REAR  ADMIRAL  JOHN  DAWSON,  R.N.,  of  Carrickfergus,  and  of 
co.  Cavan,  b.  1760,  served  in  the  war  with  America,  &c.,  under 
Rodney  and  Howe  ;  m.  his  ist  cousin,  Medicis,  eldest  dau.  of  the 
Rev.  Alexander  Clotworthy  Downing,  of  Bellaghy  and  Rowesgift, 
co.  Londonderry,  Rector  of  Leckpatrick,  co.  Tyrone,  and  of  Tha- 
mazine  his  wife,  dau.  and  heiress  of  Albert  Nesb'itt,  of  Tubberdaly, 
King's  Co.,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  Charles,  d.  in  infancy. 

2.  Alexander,  Lieut.  R.N.,  b.  18  Dec.  1800  ;  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Richard  Gresley  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  GRESLEY,  Bart.),  and 
d.  1841,  s.p. 

3.  Andrew  Hamond  Snape,  M.A.,  in  Holy  Orders,  of  Dunloskin, 
Carrickfergus,  and  of  co.  Cavan,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of  Robert  Haire, 
Q.C.,  of  Ballagh  House,  co.  Fermanagh,  and  d.  1873,  s.p. 

1.  THAMAZINE,  eventual  co-heiress  with  her  sister,  Mrs.  Wrixon, 
b.  1796,  m.  1824,  Rev.  John  Bradshaw,  Incumbent  of  Lambeg, 
co.  Antrim.     She  d.  1883,  leaving  an  only  child,  Thamazine,  m. 
to  the  Rev.  T.  G.  Beaumont,  M.A.,  whose  eldest  son,  EDWARD 
DOWNING  BEAUMONT-NESBITT,  is  now  of  Tubberdaly. 

2.  ANNE  ARABELLA,  of  Corratinner,  co.  Cavan,  co-heiress  with 
her  sister,   Mrs.   Bradshaw,  m.   1847,   the   Rev.   John  Wrixon, 
M.A.,  Vicar  of  Malone,  co.  Antrim,  youngest  son  of  Capt.  John 
Wrixon,  5th  Dragoon  Guards,  by  his  wife,  Maria,  dau.  of  Col. 
Bentley,    H.E.I.C.S.,     and     grandson    of    Edward    Wrixon,    of 
Gurteenbaha,  co.  Cork  (d.  1788),  great-grandson  of  Henry  Wrixon, 
of  Blossomfort,   co.    Cork,    and  great-great-grandson    of    John 
Wrixon,  of  Blossomfort  and  Lissard,  co.  Cork,  whose  grandfather 
was  Robert  Wrixon,   of  co.  Cork   (living  1666).     Mr.  Wrixon  d. 
1876,  leaving  issue, 

1.  ANNA  MEDICI,  now  of  Dunloskin,  Carrickfergus,  and  of   co. 
Cavan,  co-heiress  with  her  sister,  Mrs.    SAVAGE-ARMSTRONG, 
m.  1870,  to  JOHN  GODFREY  ECHLIN,  of  Ardquin,  and  has  issue 
(see  ECHLIN  of  Ardquin). 

2.  MARIE   ELIZABETH,   now   of  Corratinner,    co-heiress    with 
her  sister,  Mrs.  ECHLIN. 

Residence— Strangford  House,  Strangford,  co.  Down. 


Armstrong. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


ARMSTRONG    OF  MOYALIFFE    AND 
CHAFFPOOL. 

MARCUS  BERESFORD  ARMSTRONG,  of  Mealiffe, 
co.  Tipperary,  and  Chaffpool,  co.  Sligo,  J.P.  and 
D.L.  co.  Tipperary,  High  Sheriff  co.  Tipperary  1905, 
and  J.P.  co.  Sligo,  late  Capt.  8th  Brig.  N.  Irish  Div. 
R.A.,  b.  19  May,  1861,  only  son  of  William  Arm- 
strong of  Chaffpool,  who  d.  1889,  and  Catherine  his 
wife,  dau.  of  Gen.  Clark,  m.  n  April,  1888,  Rosalie  j 
Coraelia,  2nd  dau.  of  Maurice  Ceely  Maude,  of 
Le.iaghan  Park,  Enniskillen  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage, 
HAWARDEN,  V.),  and  has  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  MAURICE,  Lieut,  roth  Royal  Hussars,  b.  20  Avig.  1889. 

1.  Cornelia  lone  Kathleen.  2.  Rosalie  Winona. 

3.  Lisalie  Maude. 

Mr.  M.  B.  Armstrong  had  four  sisters  :  i.  Elise 
Catherine  -m.  Robert  Gun,  2nd  son  of  Sir  R.  G. 
Paul,  Bart.,  Ballyglan,  co.  Waterford  ;  2.  Eleanor 
Clara  ;  3.  Mildred  Alice  ;  and  4.  Grace  d.  1905. 

Lineage. — This  is  a  younger  branch  of  the  family  of  ARMSTRONG 
of  Mount  Heaton  (whom  see).  THOMAS  ARMSTRONG,  of  Mealiffe, 
co.  Tipperary,  High  Sheriff  temp.  ANNE,  younger  son  of  Capt. 
William  Armstrong,  and  Alice  his  wife,  dai;.  of  Sir  Thomas  Deane. 
He  was  b.  1671,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Robert  Carew,  of  Castleboro', 
and  d.  20  July,  1741,  leaving  seven  sons  and  six  daus.  His 
descendant, 

REV.  WILLIAM  CAREW  ARMSTRONG,  of  Mealiffe,  Chancellor  of 
Cashel,  m.  n  Nov.  1789,  Hon.  Katherine  Elleanor  Beresford,  eldest 
dau.  of  the  Most  Rev.  William,  ist  Lord  Decies,  Archbishop  of 
Tuam,  and  d.  May,  1839,  having  by  her  (who  d.  1837)  had,  with 
other  issue,  a  son, 

JOHN  ARMSTRONG,  of  Mealiffe,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  m.  1818,  Catherine, 
dau.  and  heir  of  Thomas  Somers,  of  Chaffpool,  co.  Sligo,  and  d. 
2  Dec.  1846,  having  by  her  (who  d.  21  April,  1868)  had  issue, 

1.  William,  Capt.  47th  Regt.,  m.  Mathilde  Rose,  dau,  of  Count 
de  la  Brosse,  and  d.  7  March,  1849,  having  by  her  (who  m.  2ndly, 
Thomas  Armstrong)  had  a  son, 

John,  d.  young. 

2.  Thomas  Somers,  Lieut.  60 th  Rifles,  d.  7  June,  1847. 

3.  Marcus,  d.  young. 

4.  George  de  la  Poer,  of  Mealiffe,  d.  unm.  June,  1864. 

5.  James  Wood,  of  Chaffpool,  co.  Sligo,  Capt.  R.N.,  J.P.  and  ! 
D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1873,  b.  21  Nov.  1827  ;  d.  unm. 

6.  EDWARD  MARCUS,  late  of  Mealiffe  and  Chaffpool. 

7.  Francis  Henry,  b.  1836,  d.  unm. 

1.  Elizabeth,  d.  unm.  2.  Kathleen  Eleanor,  d.  unm. 

The  6th  son, 

EDWARD  MARCUS  ARMSTRONG,  of  Moyaliffe,  Thurles,  co.  Tip-  ; 
perary,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  Hfgh  Sheriff  1884,  late  Capt.  ssth  Regt., 
b.  20   Sept.  1829  ;    m.  19    Oct.    1863,    Frances,  youngest  dau.  of 
Walter  Steele,  of  Moynalty,  co.  Monaghan,  by  his  wife  Mary  Sophia 
Jocelyn,  and  d.s.p.  29  March,  1899,  when  he  was  s.  by  his  cousin. 


-Moyaliffe,    Thurles ;     and    Chaffpool,     Ballymote,    co. 
Sligo.     Club— Kildare  Street,  Dublin. 


ARMSTRONG  OF   GARRY    CASTLE. 

THOMAS  ST.  GEORGE  ARMSTRONG,  of  Garry  Castle, 
King's  Co.,  Gentleman-in-waiting  to  H.M.  the  King 
of  Portugal,  Knight  Commander  of  the  Royal  and 
Military  Order  of  the  Conception  of  Christ  of  Por- 
tugal ;  Knight  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem  (Malta)  ; 
Knight  of  the  Order  of  the  Holy  Sepulchre,  &c.,  &c., 
6.  26  Nov.  1838  ;  m.  14  June,  1886,  Maria  do 
Carmen  de  Portugal  de  Faria,  dau.  of  Viscount 
Augusto  de  Faria,  and  Maria  de  Portugal,  related 
to  the  Royal  House  of  Paz  and  de  Godoy  of  Spain, 
and  has  issue, 

Maria  Helena  Justa.  b.  9  April,  1887,  m.  Count  Gouzaque  d'Aymar 

de  Chateaubriand. 

Lineage.—  ANDREW  ARMSTRONG,  b.  1732,  3rd  son  of  ANDREW 
ARMSTRONG,  Treasurer  of  the  King's  Co.  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage, 
ARMSTRONG,  Bt.),  was  an  Officer  in  the  i4th  Regt.,  but  being 
severely  wounded  at  the  siege  of  Louisberg,  he  retired  from  the 
army.  He  resided  at  Garry  Castle,  King's  Co.,  and  was  County 
Treasurer  and  J.P.  He  m.  5  May,  1756,  Elizabeth,  only  dau. 
of  Capt.  James  Buchanan,  of  Craigavern  and  Dromakill,  Scotland, 
of  the  family  of  that  ilk,  and  by  her  (who  d.  ;i  Sept.  1813,  aged  72) 
had  issue, 


1.  Archibald,  b..i  Nov.  1763,  Capt.  in  the  E.I.C.S.,  d.s.p. 

2.  Andrew,  b.  20  Oct.  1764,  Lieut.  54th  Regt.  ;   m.  14  Jan.  1793 
Anne,  dau.  of  Andrew  Armstrong,  of  Gallen,  and  had  issue, 


i.  William  Bigoe,  b.  1801,  dec.     2.  John,  d.  -. 
i.  Constancia  Maria,  d. 


2.  Elizabeth,  m.  William  Baillie  Brett,  and  had  issue. 

3.  THOMAS  ST.  GEORGE,  of  Garry  Castle. 

4.  William   Bigoe,   of   Bal   Iver,    King's   Co.,   Treasurer   of   the 
co.,  b.   19  July,   1768  ;    m.   1796,  Jane  Wilhelmina,  only  child 
of  Gen.  James  Ferrier,  R.E.,  and  by  her  (who  d.  16  April,  1829) 
had  an  only  child, 

James  Ferrier,  of  Bal  Iver,  Treasurer  of  the  co.,  m.  14  Jan. 
1836,    Honoria,    dau.    of   John    Fleming,    M.P.    of   Stoneham 
Park,  Hants,  and  d.  13  April,  1866,  leaving  an  only  son, 
William  Bigoe,  of  Bal  Iver,  Treasurer  of  the  co.,  m.  4  April, 
1866,  Anna  Maria  de  Courcy,  2nd  dau.  of  James  Freeman 
Hughes,  of  The  Grove,  Stillorgan,  co.   Dublin,  and  d.s.p. 
1890. 

5.  James,  b.  20  Aug.  1769,  formerly   Lieut.    46th  Regt.  and  sub- 
sequently Paymaster  57th.     He  m.  in  the  West  Indies,  and  is 
deceased. 

6.  Edmund,  b.  10  Jan.  1772,    Maj.  in   the  E.I.C.S.  ;   m.  Leonora 
Lucas,  and  d.  in  India  1809,  having  had  one  son  and  three  daus., 

i.  Andrew  Bigoe,  in  the  E.I.C.S.,  b.  n  June,  1802  ;  killed  in 

action  in  Burmah. 

i.     Leonora,  d.  unm.  2.  Mary  Elizabeth. 

3.  Catherine  Rebecca. 

7.  Bigoe  Charles,  b.  17  May,  1775,  Capt.  57th  Regt.  :   d.  unm. 

1.  Catherine  Rebecca,  m,  27  Jan.  1784,  Hugh  Conrahy,  and  had 
issue, 

2.  Mary,  m.  1792,  Capt.  William  Grant,  of  the  Clare  Militia,  son 
of  James  Grant,  and  had  issue. 

3.  Elizabeth,    m.    1794,    John    Armstrong,    Lieut.    Royal    Irish 
Artillery,  of  co.  Fermanagh,  and  had  issue. 

The  3rd  son, 

THOMAS  ST.  GEORGE  ARMSTRONG,  of  Garry  Castle  House,  King's 
Co.,  High  Sheriff  1809,  b.  14  Nov.  1765  ;  m.  14  Feb.  1792,  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Priaulx,  of  the  Island  of  Guernsey,  of  an  ancient 
Norman  family,  and  d.  1844,  leaving  issue, 

1.  CAPTERET  ANDREW,  of  Garry  Castle. 

2.  Thomas  St.  George,  b.  April,  1798  ;    m.  Donna  Justa  de  Vil- 
lanueva,  dau.  of  Don  Pedro  de  Villanueva,  a  Castillian  of  noble 
descent,  settled  in  Buenos  Ayres,  and  d.  9  June,  1875,  having 
by  her  (who  d.  18  Jan.  1876)  had  issue, 

i.  THOMAS  ST.  GEORGE,  now  of  Garry  Castle   (by  purchase 
from  his  cousin,  Maj.  Carteret  A.  Armstrong,  16  May,  1890).. 

1.  Isabel,  m.  Don  Frederico  de  Elortondo  (dec.),  of  Buenos 
Ayres,  and  has  issue, 

2.  Emma.  3.  Justa,  d.  unm.  24  April,  1888. 

4.  Dolores,  m.  Mons.  Enrique  Dose,  of  Havre,  and  has  issue. 

3.  William  Bigoe,  b.  13  April,  1800;    m.  ist,  Elizabeth  Banko, 
and  had  by  her  three  sons  and  two  daus., 

1.  CARTERET  ANDREW,  late  of  Garry  Castle,  late  Capt.  xoth 
Regt.,  J.P.  for  King's  Co.  and  Maj.  (retired)  3rd  Batt.  East 
Lancashire  Regt.,  b.  25  Nov.  1838  ;  m.  3  Sept.  1863,  Ellen,  2nd 
dau.  of  the  late  Hugh  Dawson,  of  Leyland  and  West  Cliff,  co. 
Lancaster,  and  d.  1893.     She  d.s.p.  9  April,  1904. 

2.  Thomas  St.  George,  b.  5  Feb.  1845  ;  d.  20  Jan.  1875. 

3.  John  Le  Merchant,  b.  s  Feb.  1845  ;  d.  18  Oct.  1883. 

1.  Elizabeth  Priaulx,  m.  Col.  James  Crawford. 

2.  Justa  Honoria  Villanueva,  m.  Thomas  A.  White,  of  Bally 
brophy,  Queen's  Co.  (see  WHITE,  of  Charleville). 

Mr.  W.  B.  Armstrong  m.  2ndly,  Katherine  Temple,  and  d.  2  Oct. 
1866,  having  by  her  had  two  sons  and  one  dau., 

4.  William  Bigoe.  5.  Osmond  de  Beauvoir  Priaulx. 

3.  Isabel  Elortondo. 

4.  John  Priaulx,  of  Claremont,  b.  21  Jan.  1802,  J.P.  King's  Co.  ; 
m.  20  Nov.  1827,   his  cousin  Emma,  6th  dau.  of  the  late  Thomas 
Priaulx,  of  Montville  House,  Island  of  Guernsey,  and  d.  1879, 
leaving  issue, 

1.  Thomas    Priaulx    St.    George,    of    Claremont,    Banagher, 
King's  Co.,  J.P.,  b.  28  March,  1833,   Knt.  of  the  Legion  of 
Honour,  late  Maj.  4gth  Regt.,  served  in  that  Regt.   through- 
out the  Crimea  ;    m.  31   Oct.  1860,   Elizabeth   Mary,   dau.  of 
the  late   Robert  James   Graves,    F.R.S.,    of    Cloghan   Castle, 
King's  Co.,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1892)  has  issue, 

(1)  John  Priaulx,  late  Ceylon  Civil  Service,  Superintendent 
of  Police  (retired),  b.  10  Dec.  1866. 

(2)  Reginald  Graves,  J.P.,  co.  Wicklow,  F.R.S.I..  b.  20  April. 
1868. 

(3)  James  St.  George  Priaulx,    Hon.   Major  in   the  Army, 
late  Major  Imp.  Yeomanry,  served  in  the  Matabele  War  1896 
(medal),    Mashonaland    1897    (clasp),    Bechuanaland,     &c. 
(medal  and  clasp),  throughout  South  African  War  with  the 
Imp.    Yeomanry   1900-02    (Queen's    medal,    three    clasps ; 
King's  medal,    two  clasps),  mentioned  in  Despatches   and 
granted  Hon.  rank  of  Major  in  the  Army,  b.  13  Oct.  1873. 

(1)  Olivia  Graves  Priaulx. 

(2)  Anna  Louisa,  who  d.  1885. 

2.  John  Priaulx,  b.  8  June,  1836  ;  d.  unm.  25  May,  1901. 

3.  James  St.  George,  Capt.  22nd  Regt.,  b.  4  July,  1838  ;    d. 
28  July,  1872. 

4.  Edmond    Ireland    (Rev.),    b.    14   Aug.    1841  ;   m.    ist,  Miss 
Robinson,  and  2ndly,  Mary  Ormsby,  and  by  his  ist  wife  had 
a  dau., 

Emma. 

5.  Andrew  Carteret,  b.  n  March,  1845. 

r.  Anna  Louisa,  b.  i  Aug.  1829  ;  d.  10  Aug.  1850. 
The  eldest  son, 

CARTERET  ANDREW  ARMSTRONG,  of  Garry  Castle,  Barrister-at- 
Law,  b.  19  May,  1797  ;  d.  unm.  7  April,  1869,  having  devised  his 
property  to  his  nephew,  MAJ.  CARTERET  ANDREW  ARMSTRONG, 
who  sold  Garry  Castle  to  his  cousin,  16  May,  1890. 

Seat — Garry  Castle  House,  Banagher,  King's  Co.  Residence — 
32,  Rue  de  Monceau,  Paris. 


IRELAND. 


Athy. 


»  ARTHUR    OF    GLANOMERA. 

CHARLES  WILLIAM 
AUGUSTUS  ARTHUR,  of 
Glanomera,  co.  Clare, 
Capt.  City  of  Limerick 
Art.,  b.  24  Sept.  1882  ; 
s.  his  father  1888  ;  m. 
1904,  Rose  Violet,  3rd 
dau.  of  the  late  John 
Joseph  Roche-Kelly,  of 
Rockstown  Ca.stle  and 
Islandmore,  co.  Limer- 
ick, and  has  had  issue, 

Charles  Augustus,  6.  n  July; 

d.  5  Aug.  1905. 

Lineage. — The  ARTHURS 
are  stated  to  have  been 
originally  "  Artureighs,"  and 
to  derive  their  descent  from  a 
common  ancestor  with  the 
O'Briens,  viz.,  Cormac  Cas, 
King  of  Munster.  The  name,  it  is  further  asseited,  was 
anglicised,  in  common  with  many  others,  on  the  invasion  of 
Ireland  by  HENRY  II,  who  is  stated  to  have  conferred  honours 
and  grants  of  land  on  one  of  that  name  in  1178.  In  the 
records  of  Limerick,  the  name  of  ARTHUR  frequently  occurs  from 
the  earliest  period  down  to  the  time  of  CHARLES  I,  when  the  family 
estates  in  the  county  of  Limerick  were  confiscated  by  OLIVER 
CROMWELL  for  loyalty  to  the  royal  cause.  The  Arthurs  then 
removed  to  the  co.  Clare,  and  became  seated  at  Glanomera.  On 
the  municipal  role  of  the  city  of  Limerick  are  given  the  names  of 
no  less  than  48  Arthurs  as  Mayors,  &c.,  of  that  city.  From  John 
Arthur,  who  was  Mayor  of  Limerick  in  1340,  and  Sir  Dominick 
Arthur,  also  Mayor  of  the  city,  we  pass  to  Sir  Nicholas  Arthur, 
Knt,  Mayor  in  1591,  who  also  represented  the  city  in  Parliament. 
Thomas  Arthur  was  Bishop  of  Limerick  in  1470,  and  Richard 
Arthur  was  Roman  Catholic  Bishop  in  1643.  Rev.  Geoffrey  Arthur, 
of  the  Church  of  Rome,  Treasurer  of  the  cathedral  of  Limerick, 
d.  1519,  and  was  buried  there,  where  his  monument,  with  a  curious 
Latin  inscription,  may  still  be  seen.  Edward  Arthur  was  M.P. 
for  the  city  of  Limerick  1559,  and  Thomas  Arthur  1585. 

THOMAS  ARTHUR,  of  Glanomera,  son  of  Piers  Arthur,  by  Margaret 
his  wife,  dau.  and  heiress  of  Thomas  Arthur,  of  Glanomera,  repre- 
sentative of  this  ancient  house,  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Capt.  John 
Butler,  heiress  of  the  BUTLERS  of  Kilmoyler,  co.  Tipperary, 
descended  from  Hon.  Piers  Butler,  7th  son  of  James;  gth  Earl  of 
Ormonde,  by  his  wife  Joan,  dau.  and  heiress  of  nth  Earl  of 
Desmond,  and  was  father  of 

THOMAS  ARTHUR,  of  Glanomera,  who  m.  Nov.  1766,  Lucy,  4th  dau. 
of  Sir  Edward  O'Brien  Bart.,  of  Drompland,  and  left  by  her  at  his 
decease,  1803  (with  a  dau.  Mary,  m.  Richard  Henn,  of  Paradise,  co. 
Clare),  an  only  son  and  successor, 

THOMAS  ARTHUR,  of  Glanomera,  D.L..  6.  April,  1778  ;  m.  10  April, 
1803,  Harriet  2nd  dau.  and  co-heir  (with  her  only  sister,  Charlotte, 
wife  of  Sir  Edward  O'Brien,  Bart.,  of  Dromoland)  of  William  Smith, 
of  Cahirmoyle,  co.  Limerick,  and  had  (with  nine  dans,  all  deceased) 
seven  sons, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir. ' 

2.  William  Smith,  b.  13  June,  1809  ;    m.  1830,  Caroline  Sydney, 
eldest  dau.   of  Frederick  Saintbury  Parker,   of  Saintbury,   co. 
Dublin,  and  d.s.p.  March,  1840. 

3.  Lucius  (Rev.),  heir  to  his  brother. 

4.  EDWARD,  Barrister-at-Law,  6.  7  Jan.  1817  ;  d.s.p.  6  Aug.  1853. 

5.  Richard  Augustus,  J.P.  co.  Clare,  6.  27  Aug.  1819  ;  m.  13  Aug. 
1885,  Augusta,  eldest  dau.  of  the  late  Lieut.-Gen.  George  Dean-Pitt, 
C.B.,  Keeper  of  the  Crown  Jewels.     He  d.s.p.  29  March,  1902. 

6.  Henry  (Rev.),  Canon  of  Ferns,  Diocese  of  Ossory,  b.  12  Nov. 
1820  ;   m.  13  April,  1847,  Ellen,  2nd  dau.  of  Henry  Joy  Tombe, 
and  d.s.p. 

7.  Frederick  Brian  Boru  (Rev.),  b.  12  Sept.  1822  ;    d.  unm.  19 
Jan.  1870. 

Mr.  Arthur  d.  6  May,  1845,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 
THOMAS  ARTHUR,  of  Glanomera,  b.  10  Sept.  1806  ;    educated  at 

Eton  and  Christ  Church  College,  Oxford,  who  d.  unm.  12  Sept. 

1884,  and  was  s.  by  his  brother, 
REV.  Lucius  ARTHUR,  of  Glanomera,  educated  at  Harrow  and 

Trin.  Coll.  Camb.,  6.  31  July,  1810  ;    m.  21  April,  1840,  Caroline 

Elizabeth,  dau.  and   co-heir  of  John  Haycock  Jervis,  of  Moseley, 

co.  Warwick,  and  Eliza,  his  wife,  and  d.'  4  Jan.  1887,  having  by 

her  (who  d.  i  April,  1869)  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS  Lucius  JERVIS,  late  of  Glanomera. 

2.  Edward  Henry  Frederick,  d.  an  infant. 

3.  Charles   William   Augustus.   Capt.   6sth    Regt.,   6.   20   April, 
1851  ;  d.  unm.  at  Morar,  Bengal,  9  March,  1882. 

1.  Harriet  Elizabeth  Augusta,  m.  26  April,  1871,  Richard  Perceval 
Fry,  late  H.M.  Ind.  Navy,  who  d.s.p.  6  Nov.  1892. 

2.  Ellen  Lucy  Julia,  m. '2  Feb.  1893,  George  Stevenson,  late  of 
Tor  House,  Matlock. 

3.  Maria  Anne  Florence,  d.  unm.  31  July,  1878. 

4.  Charlotte  Katherine  Susan. 

5.  Grace   Caroline   Frances,   m.    6   Nov.    1889,    Rev.    Frederick 
James  Johnston-Smith,  LL.D, 

The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  Lucius  JERVIS  ARTHUR,  of  Glanomera,  J.P.  co.  Clare, 
formerly  Lieut.  Durham  Fusiliers,  and  Capt.  6th  R.  V.  Regt., 
b.  30  June,  1847;  m.  28  April,  1881,  Constance  Helen,  dau.  of 


William  Steele  Studdert,  of  Clonboy,  co.  Clare,  by  Constance  his 
wife,  dau.  of  Robert  George  Massy  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  MASSY,  B.), 
and  d.  1888,  having  by  her  (who  m.  2ndly,  1894,  the  late  William 
Paumier  Ball,  Barrister-at-Law,  son  of  Right  Hon.  J.  T.  Ball, 
P.C.,  and  d.  17  June,  1902)  had  issue. 

1.  CHARLES  WILLIAM  AUGUSTUS,  now  of  Glanomera. 

2.  Desmond  Phelps  Pery  Lucius  Studdert,  b.  31  March,  1884. 
Arms — Gu.,  a  chevron  arg.  between  three  rests  (or  clarions)  or, 

quartering  BUTLER  and  FITZGERALD,  Earls  of  Desmond,  with 
numerous  other  quarter  ings.  Crest — A  falcon  rising  ppr.  jessed 
and  belled  or.  Motto — Impelle  obstantia. 

Seats — Glanomera,  O'Brien's   Bridge,  and   Corracloon- Arthur, 
co.  Clare. 


BERESFORD-ASH    OF    ASHBROOK. 

COLONEL  WILLIAM 
RANDAL  HAMILTON 
BERESFORD  -  ASH,  of 
Ashbrook,  co.  Lon- 
donderry, D.L.,  late 
Royal  Welsh  Fus.,  b.  19 
July,  1859  ;  m.  23  Oct. 
1886,  Lady  Florence 
Marion  Browne,  dau. 
of  5th  Marquis  of 
Sligo  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage),  and  has  issue, 

DOUGLAS,  b.  8  Sept.  1887, 

Lieut.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

Colonel  Beresford-Ash 
is  the  eldest  son  of 
JOHN  BARR&  BERES- 
FORD, of  Learmount, 
co.  Londonderry  (who  d.  30  Aug.  1895),  DY  Caroline, 
his  2nd  wife  (who  d.  13  Jan.  1901),  only  child  of 
William  Hamilton  Ash,  D.L.,  of  Ashbrook,  co. 
Londonderry  (by  Lady  Elizabeth  Emma  Douglas, 
his  wife,  who  d.  2  Feb.  1857,  sister  of  i/th  Earl 
of  Morton)  and  granddau.  of  William  Hamilton 
Ash,  of  Ashbrook  (who  assumed  the  name  of 
ASH,  and  d.  29  May,  1821),  son  of  William  Hamilton 
and  Jane,  his  wife,  dau.  of  George  Ash  and  sister 
and  heir  of  George  Ash,  of  Ashbrook.  He  assumed 
the  additional  name  and  arms  of  ASH  by  Royal 
Licence,  26  June,  1901.  The  late  John  Barre 
Beresford,  of  Learmount,  was  grandson  of  the 
Right  Hon.  John  Beresford,  2nd  son  of  Marcus 
ist  Earl  of  Tyrone  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WATER- 
FORD,  MS). 

J-iineagre. — See  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WATERFORD,  M. 

Arms— Quarterly  ist  and  4th  arg.  two  chevronels  gu.  in  the 
dexter  chief  a  trefoil  slipped  vert  (Asn) :  2nd  and  3rd  quarterly  i 
and  4  arg.  crusilly  fitchee  three  fleurs-de-lys,  a  bordure  engrailed 
sa.  (BERESFORD)  2  and  3  arg.  a  chief  indented  sa.  (DE  LA  POER 


a  crescent  for  difference.  Crests—  i.  A  squirrel  sejant  ppr.,  holding 
in  its  paws  a  trefoil  slipped  vert  (Asn).  2.  A  dragon's  head 
erased  vert  pierced  through  the  neck  with  a  broken  tilting  spear 


the  point  thrust  through  the  lower  jaw  all  ppr.,  a  crescent  cr  for 
Motto— Nil  nisi  cruce. 


difference  (BERESFORD). 

Seat — Ashbrook,  Londonderry. 


Club— Naval  and  Military. 


ATHY    OF    RENVILL.E. 

EDMOND  JOSEPH 
PHILIP  LYNCH-ATHY, 
of  Renville,  co.  Gal- 
way,  J.P.,  late  Capt. 
GalwayArtillery,  High 
Sheriff  for  co.  Galway 
1904,  b.  2  June,  1859  ; 
m.  26  Oct.  1881, 
Annette  Frances, 

younger  dau.  of 
Richard  Gradwell,  of 
Dowth  Hall,  co.  Meath, 
and  Carlanstown,  co. 
Westmeath,  J.P.  (see 
that  family],  and  has 
issue, 

MURIEL      PAULINE      AN  - 

NETTE. 

Lineage. — EDMOND  ATHY,  of  Galway,  m.  Margaret,  dau.  of 
Stephen  Lynch,  of  Galway,  and  by  her  had  a  son, 


Atkinson. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


16 


ANDREW  ATHY,  of  Beleek,  co.  Mayo,  Capt.  in  the  Army  of  JAMES 
II  m.  Anastacia,  dau.  of  Dominick  Joyce,  of  Galway,  and  Maude 
his  wife,  dau.  of  Marcus  Lynch,  of  Galway.  They  had  issue  a  son, 

EDMOND  ATHY,  of  Galway,  m.  Margaret,  dau.  and  heir  of  Philip 
Lynch,  of  Renville,  co.  Galway  (and  Sarah  his  wife,  dau.  of  Oliver 
Ormsby,  of  Castle  Clough,  co.  Galway),  and  grand-dau.  of  Philip 
Lynch,  of  Renville,  co.  Galway,  and  Margaret,  his  wife,  dau.  of 
George  Baynham,  of  Bristol.  They  had  issue, 

1.  PHILIP  LYNCH,  his  heir.          2.  John. 

3.  Oliver,  m.  a  dau.  of  John  Skerrett,  of  Ballinduff. 

4.  Christopher.  5.  Edmond. 

1.  Sarah. 

2.  Jane,  m.  John  Moore,  of  Ashbrook,  co.  Mayo,  and  had  issue 
(see  MOORE  of  Moore  Hall). 

The  eldest  son, 

PHILIP  LYNCH  ATHY,  of  Renville,  m.  Eleanor  French,  of  a  family 
of  one  of  the  Tribes  of  Galway,  and  had  issue, 

1.  EDMOND  LYNCH,  his  heir.          2.  Andrew. 

1.  Katherine.  2.  Jane. 

Mr.  Athy,  whose  will  is  dated  21  June,  17741  was  s.  by  his  eldest 

S  EDMOND  LYNCH  ATHY,  of  Renville,  m.  6  Feb.  1777,  the  dau.  of 
Peter  Nottingham,  of  Fairfield,  cp.  Galway,  and  had, 

PHILIP  EDMOND  LYNCH,  his  heir. 

Eleanor,  m.  E.  Taaffe. 
Mr.  Athy,  whose  will  is  dated  4  July,  1808,  was  $.  by  his  son, 

PHILIP  EDMOND  LYNCH  ATHY,  of  Renville,  m.  16  Dec.  1809, 
Bridget,  dau.  of  Randle  MacDonnell,  of  Fairfield  House,  Dublin, 
and  had  (with  other  issue  deceased), 

1.  RANDAL  EDMOND  LYNCH,  his  heir. 

2.  Myles  (Rev.),  a  priest  of  the  Order  of  St.  Benedict,  d.  Oct.  1892. 
1.  Katherine. 

Mr.  Athy  d.  18  May,  1840,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

RANDAL  EDMOND  LYNCH  ATHY,  of  Renville,  b.  1814  ;  m.  27  April, 
1858,  Margaret,  dau.  of  William  Hill  Buckle,  i4th  Regt.,  of  Chaceley, 
co.  Worcester.  She  d.  31  March,  1891.  He  d.  10  April,  1875, 
leaving  issue, 

EDMOND  JOSEPH  PHILIP  LYNCH,  now  of  Renville. 

Mary  Elizabeth,  m.  28  April,  1889,  Frederick  Hounsell,  and  has 

issue,  Randle,  b.  i  March,  1890. 

Arms — Chequy  gu.  and  arg.,  on  a  chevron  of  the  ist  three 
cstoiles  or. 

Seat — Renville,  Oranmore  co.,  Galway.    Club — United  Service. 


ATKINSON   OF    CANGORT. 

GUY  MONTAGUE 
ATKINSON,  of  Can- 
gort,  King's  Co.,  b. 
30  March,  1882  ;  s. 
his  father,  1890. 

Lineage.— LIEUT.  AN- 
THONY ATKINSON,  of  the 
Island  of  Kiltobrett,  King's 
Co.,  who  made  his  will 
10  May,  1626,  left  issue  by 
Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas  Bathe, 

1.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  pre- 
sently. 

2.  John.        8.  George. 
4.  Thomas. 

1.  Mary.        2.  Frances. 

3.  Elizabeth. 

4.  Jane.         5.  Margaret. 
6.  Anne. 

WILLIAM  ATKINSON,  of 
Cangort,  b.  1613  ;  m.  Anne, 
dau.  of  Bartholomew  Pelsley,  of  Punchestown,  co.  Kildare,  who  had 
interest  in  the  lands  of  Kilbalyminkin,  co.  Tipperary,  and  by  her 
has  issue,  one  son  and  a  dau., 

1.  ANTHONY,  of  whom  next. 

1.  A  dau.,  m.  Thomas  Newcomen. 

ANTHONY  ATKINSON,  of  Cangort,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  Robert 
Newcomen  and  Anna  Bullen  his  wife,  and  by  her  (who  m.  andly 
1664,  Wm.  Tynte  (see  TYNTE  of  Tynte  Park),  and  srdly,  Wm.  Digby, 
of  Newtown,  King's  Co.),  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2;  Newcomen,  ancestor  of  Atkinson,  of  Millvale,  whose  descent 

is  given  below. 

3.  Charles,  d.  unm.  1686. 

1.  Frances,  m.  Thomas,  son  of  Henry  L'Estrange,  of  Moystown, 

King's  Co. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  ATKINSON,  of  Cangort,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of  William 
Hamilton,  grand-dau.  of  Sir  Francis  Hamilton,  Bart.,  of  Killes- 
handra,  co.  Cavan.  He  d.  1684,  having  had  issue  by  his  wife 
(who  m.  andly  —  Blake,  and  srdly  Major  Marcus  French,  of  Rahas- 
san), 

1.  ANTHONY,  his  heir.  2.  William. 

The  elder  son, 

ANTHONY  ATKINSON,  of  Cangort,  M.P.  for  St.  Johnstown  1711-13 
and  for  Belfast  1713-14 ;  m.  1709,  Mary,  dau.  of  Admiral  John 
Guy,  of  Greenwich,  Kent  (celebrated  for  having  relieved  Derry 
by  breaking  the  boom),  and  d.  Dec.  1743,  having  had,  with  other 
ssue, 

1.  William,  Barrister-at-Law,  d.v.p. 


2.  GUY,  of  whom  next. 

3.  Anthony,  of  Headfield,  King's  Co.,  d.s.p. 

4.  Charles,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Robert  Saunderson,  of  Clover  Hill, 
co.  Cavan,  and  had  a  son  (see  ATKINSON  of  Ashley  Park). 

5.  Newcomen. 

1.  Anne,  m.  Francis  Saunderson,  of  Castle  Saunderson,  co.  Cavan 
(see  that  family). 

2.  Frances,  m.  (setts,  dated  30  March,  1749)  Nathaniel  Robbins 
of  Hymanstown,  co.  Tipperary,  and  had  issue. 

3.  Harriet,  m.  2  Sept.  1749,  Robert  Saunderson. 

4.  Jane,  m.  —  Armstrong. 

5.  Frances,  m.  1749,  Nathaniel  Robbins,  of  Hymeastown,  co. 
Tipperary. 

6.  Catherine,  m.  George  Fraser,  of  Cuba,  King's  Co. 
1.  Harriet. 

HU  eldest  surviving  son, 

REV.  GUY  ATKINSON,  of  Cangort,  Rector  of  Aghoghill,  co.  Antrim, 
and  Vicar  of  Trim,  who  m.  ist,  1747,  Jane,  dau.  of  Charles  Maule, 
and  niece  of  Henry,  Bishop  of  Meath,  and  had  by  her  an  only 
child,  Anthony,  who  d.s.p.  He  m.  2ndly,  Jane,  dau.  of  Jackson 
Wray,  of  co.  Donegal,  and  d.  1794,  having  had  by  her, 

1.  Hugh,  who  d.  in  India. 

2.  Guy,  an  Officer  in  the  Navy,  blown  up  by  the  explosion  of  a 
ship  on  fire. 

3.  JACKSON  WRAY,  of  whom  presently. 

4.  Charles  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Creggan,  co.  Armagh,  m.  Thomasine, 
dau.  of  the  Rev.  Samuel  Downing,  of  co.  Londonderry,  and 
had  a  dau.,  who  m.  Arthur  Hill  Read,  of  Donnybrook,  co. 
Tipperary,  and  had  issue. 

5.  George,  m.  Leonora,  dau.  of  Jackson  Wray,  of  Brentford,  co. 
Antrim,  and  assumed,  by  Royal  Licence,  the  surname  and  arms  of 
WRAY.    Their  3rd  son,  George  Cecil  Gore  Wray,  of  Monasterevan 
and  Ardnamara,  co.  Donegal,  m.  1844,  Charlotte  dau.  of  Col. 
Charles  Douglas  Waller,  R.A. 

1.  Maria,  m.  George  R.  Golding. 
The  3rd  son, 

JACKSON  WRAY  ATKINSON,  of  Cangort,  Lieut.-Col.  of  the  King's 
Co.  Militia,  High  Sheriff  King's  Co.  1803,  b.  1766  ;  m.  1794,  Sarah, 
dau.  of  Richard  Caddell,  of  Downpatrick,  and  had  issue, 

1.  GUY,  his  heir. 

2.  Henry,  b.  July,  1806  ;  m.  g  April,  1839,  Elizabeth  Jane,  eldest 
dau.  of  the  Rev.  William  Brownlow  Savage,  Rector  of  Shinrone, 
King's  Co.,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Charles,  b.  23  Dec.  1842. 

2.  John  Lavallin  Savage,  b.  4  March,  1846. 

3.  Guy,  b.  9  April,  1848  ;  d.  14  April,  1852. 

4.  William  Henry,  b.  4  Feb.  1850. 

5.  William  Brownlow  Savage,  b.  20  March,  1851  ;  d.  20  March, 
1872. 

1.  Elizabeth  Barbara,  m.  13  Sept.  1859,  Edward  Kerry  Supple. 

2.  Sarah  Anne.  3.  Catherine  Sophia. 

4.  Caroline  Frances  Stewart.      5.  Ida  Anna  Margaret. 

3.  Charles,  an  Officer  loth  Native  Cavalry  E.I.C.S.,  d.  in    India 
from  the  bite  of  a  snake,  1840. 

4.  Richard,  of  Gortmore,  Dundrum,  b.  6  Oct. '1818  ;  m.  14  Oct 
1840,  Mary  Jane  Elisabeth,  dau.  of  Capt.  George  R.  Golding, 
of  Lime  Park,  co.  Tyrone,  and  Georgina  his  wife,  dau.  of  Rev. 
Travers  Hume,  D.D.,  Vicar  of  Arden,   and  d.  18  July,   1871, 
having  by  her  (who  d.  18  June,  1886)  had  issue, 

1.  Guy  Travers,  b.  18  June,  d.  30  Oct.  1843. 

2.  Richard  Gustavus,  b.  5  May,  d.  10  Oct.  1850. 

3.  Edward  Dupre  (Rev.),  LL.B.,  of  Gortmore,  Dundrum,  co. 
Dublin,  Archdeacon  of  Dromore,  and  Rector  of  Donaghcloney, 
co.  Down,  b.  2  Feb.  1855  ',  m.  xo  Oct.  1878,  Katherine  Elisabeth, 
eldest  dau.  of  Major-Gen.  Edmund  L'Estrange,  of  Kilcummin, 
King's  Co.,  and  Dora  his  wife,  3rd  dau.  of  Rev.  John  Colthurst, 
Rector  of  Bovevagh,  co.  Derry,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Richard  Guy,  b.  21  Aug.  1879. 

(2)  Edward  Arthur,  b.  30  Nov.  1885. 
(i)  Dora  Georgiana,  b.  28  March,  1882. 


(2)  Mary  Kathleen,  b.  30  Nov.  1885. 
Emily  Saida,  b.  3  July,  1888. 


(3) 


1.  Georgiana,  b.  28  Sept.  1841. 

2.  Sarah  Maria,  b.  31  Jan.  1845. 

3.  Alicia  Emily,  b.  18  Feb.  1847  ;  d.  4  Feb.  1848. 

4.  Katherine  Mabel,  b.  25  Ausr.  1857  ;   m.  13  April,  1875,  Rev. 
Robert   Baker  Stoney,  D.D.,  Treasurer  of  Ch.  Ch.  Cathedral, 
Dublin,  and  Vicar  of  Holy  Trinity,  Killiney,  and  has  issue  (see 
BUTLER-STONEY  of  Portland  Park). 

5.  Emmeline  Caroline,  b.  18  Sept.  1859 ;  m.  1896,  Alfred  St. 
George  Hamilton,  of  Cluan  na  Greina,  Foxrock,  co.  Dublin. 

6.  Mary  Jane,  b.  10  Aug.  1861  ;  d.  24  Oct.  1874. 
1.  Sarah.  2.  Maria. 

3.  Mabella  Jane. 

4.  Caroline  Steuart,  m.  William  L'Estrange,  of  Kilcummin. 

5.  Emily  Rebecca.  6.  Harriet  Anne. 

Col.  Atkinson  d.  14  Aug.  1846,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

GUY  ATKINSON,  of  Cangort,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  King's  Co.  1846, 
b.  14  July,  1800  ;  m.  24.  Oct.  1839,  Anne  Margaret,  2nd  dau.  of 
William  Trench,  of  Cangort  Park,  brother  of  the  ist  Lord  Ashtown, 
and  had  issue, 

1.  Charles,  d.  an  infant  at  Rome,  1841. 

2.  GUY  NEWCOMEN,  of  Cangort. 

3.  William  Henry,  b.  28  Aug.   1848  ;    m.  1877,  Anna,  dau.  of 
Lewis  Moore,  of  Cremorgan,  and  has  issue, 

Guy  Hamilton,  m.  18  Feb.  1909,  Sybil  Gertrude,  dau.  of  Rev. 
Canon  Homan. 

4.  Richard  Frederick,  67th  Regt.,  b.  n  Dec.  1849. 

1.  Sarah  Harriet,  m.  n  May,  1865,  George  Arthur  Waller,  eldest 
son  of  W.T.  Waller,  of  Prior  Park  (see  that  family). 

2.  Emily,  m.  4  Oct.  1865,  George  A.  Western. 


IRELAND. 


Atkinson. 


3.  Caroline  Sophia,  m.  14  Dec.  1869,  Lieut. -Col.  James  Halifax 

Western,  C.M.G.,  Royal  Engineers,  and  has  issue. 
Mr.  Atkinson  d.  1859,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  surviving  son, 

GUY  NEWCOMEN  ATKINSON,  of  Cangort,  b.  4  Jan.  1847,  J.P., 
Lieut.-Col.  85th  Light  Infantry  ;.  m.  19  July,  1877,  Frances  Eliza- 
beth, only  dau.  of  the  Hon.  Laurence  Harman  King-Harraan,  of 
Rockingham,  co.  Roscommon  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  KINGSTON,  E.), 
and  d.  10  Feb.  iSgo,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Guy  Edward,  b.  10  Dec.  1878  ;  d.  24  May,  1879. 

2.  GUY  MONTAGUE,  now  of  Cangort. 

3.  Gerald  Nevvcomen,  b.  to  March,  1884. 

1    Helen  Mary,  b.  30  Sept.  1880  ;  m.  5  Sept.  1908,  Capt.  Robert 
William  Hare,  D.S.O.,  Norfolk  Regt.,  only  son  of  Robert  Dillon 
Hare,  of  Ballymore,  co.  Cork  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  LISTOWEL,  E.).  I 
Arms— Or,  an  eagle  displayed,  with  two  heads,  az.,  beaked  and  1 

legged  gu.  ;    in  chief,  a  rose  of  the  last,  seeded  gold  between  two 

martlets  sa.     Crest— An  eagle  displayed  with  two  heads  az.,  beaked 

and  legged  gu.     Motto — Deo  et  regi  fidelis. 

Seat — C^ngort,  Shinrone,  King's  Co.     Residence — Quarry  House,  ; 

Shrewsbury. 


ATKINSON  OF  BALLYNEWRY. 

The  and  son  of  Anthony  Atkinson,  of  Cangort,  and  Anne  New- 
comen  (see  above)  was, 

CAPT.  NEWCOMEN  ATKINSON  m.  —  L'Estrange,  and  had  issue. 

GEORGE  ATKINSON,  of  Dundalk,  b.  circa  1700;  d.  1784;  m. 
Margaret  Foster,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JAMES,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  David,  of  Cliannon  Rock,   Mount  Rush,  and  Corderry,  co. 
Louth,  J.P.  and  D.L.  co.  Louth,  b.  1734;    d.  24  March,  1816  ; 
in.  Hannah  (b.  in  1731  ;  d.  9  July,  1815),  dau.  of  Dudley  Trueman, 
and  had  issue, 

1.  George,  m.  —  Rogers. 

2.  David,  Capt.  in  the  Louth  Mil.,  b.  1769  ;    d.  at  Mill  Vale, 
2  Aug.  1807 ;    bur.  at  Dundalk  ;   m.  Anne,  dau.  of  Benjamin 
Bell,  of  Ballynewry,  Barrister-at-Law,  and  had  issue, 

(1)  Benjamin,  of  Ballynewry,  b.  circa  1790  ;  d.  1876  ;  m.  ist, 

—  (b.  1798  ;    d.  8  March,  1824),  dau.  of  Byrne,  of 
Lurgan,  and  by  her  had  issue, 
i.  David,  d.s.p.  in  America. 

1.  Anne  Jane,  m.  23  June,  1834,  Thomas  Ross. 

2.  Eliza,  m.  16  Sept.  1837,  Robert  Finlay. 

3.  Mary,  m.   5   Nov.   1836,  John  Fleming,  of  the  Hill, 
Monaghan. 

4.  Julia,  m.  Godfrey  Ball. 

Benjamin  m.   2ndly,   Mary,  dau.  of  John  MacCormac,  of 
Belfast,  and  by  her  had  further  issue, 

2.  John,  of  Ballynewry,  b.  July,  1827;    d.  31  Jan.  1888; 
m.  2  June,  1870,  Mary,  only  dau.    of  Samuel  McClintock, 
of  Granshaw  Lodge,  Londonderry,  and  had  issue, 

Ben,  of  Ballynewry,  co.  Armagh,  Major  R.H.A., 
b.  9  Jan.  1872  ;  m.  i  Jan.  1903,  Letitia  Janet  Emily, 
only  dau.  of  E.  K.  Norman,  of  Mistley  Lodge,  Manning- 
tree,  and  has  issue, 

John  Edward  Acheson,  b.  6  March,  1909. 

Rosalind  Mary,  b.  5  Nov.  1904. 

3.  Henry,  d.s.p.  in  America. 

4.  George  Grindall,  Lieut,  in  the  Armagh  Mil.,  d.s.p. 

5.  William  MacCormac,  Lieut,  in  the  Armagh  Mil.,  d.s.p. 

5.  Hannah  Trueman,  m.  ist,  10  June,  1857,  her  cousin, 
William  John  Henry  Upton,  of  Carrickfergus ;        2ndly 
Martin  Bourke,  of  Quinboro',  co.  Limerick. 

6.  Dorothea,  d.s.p.  7.  Adelaide,  d.s.p. 

(2)  George  Grindall,  of  Corderry,  b.  1801  ;  d.  15  Aug  1855. 

(3)  David,  d.  unm.  (4)  James,  d.  unm. 

(1)  Hannah  Julia,  m.  her  cousin  David  Smith,  of  Clonooney, 
Clones,  J.P.  for  co.  Monaghan  (q.v.i.),  and  has  issue. 

(2)  Elizabeth,  m.   ist,   Henry  Upton,  of  Ballinabirna,   co. 
Limerick,  and  had  issue.     She  m.  2ndly,  her  cousin,  James 
Robinson,  of  Burleigh  Hall,  co.  Antrim. 

3.  James,  b.  1772  ;   d.  i  Feb.  1832  ;   m.  Butler,  and  had  with 
other  issue, 

Hannah  (eld.  dau.),  m.  31  Jan.  1828,  Haden  Smith,  of  Newry, 

4.  Thomas. 

i.  Mary,  m.  Henry  Smith,  of  Channon  Rock,  and  had  issue, 
David,  of  Clonooney,  Clones,  J.P.  for  co.  Monaghan,  m.  his 
ist  cousin,  Hannah  Julia  Atkinson  (see  above). 

3.  John,  of  Dundalk,  m.  Jane  Eastwood,  and  had  issue, 
Jane,  m.  16  July,  1822,  Robert  Murphy,  of  Castletown. 

4.  George,  b.  1750  ;  d.  unm.  22  Dec.  1821. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  John  Foster  (d.  before  3  July,  1782),  of  Skyhill, 
and  had  issue. 

2.  Margaret,  m.  George  Twibill,  and  had  issue. 

3.  Anne,  m.  John  BailLe.  4.  Mary,  d.  unm.  1779. 

5.  Dorothea,  d.  unm.  1803. 
The  eldest  son, 

JAMES  ATKINSON,  of  Newry,  and  of  Mill  Vale,  b.  1730  ;  d.  3  Dec. 
1815  ;  TO.  i  Feb.  1757,  Alice  (d.  before  1804),  youngest  dau.  of 
Robert  Gordon,  of  Newry,  and  had  issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Robert,  b.  1763  ;  d.  4  Sept.  1766. 

3.  James,  of  Newry,  b.  19  Aug.  1766  ;  d.  1805  ;  m.  u  May,  1791, 
Hannah,  dau.  of  William  Barrett  (cousin  of  Lord  Carlton),  of 
Castle  Blake,  co.  Tipperary,  and  Mary  his  wife,  and  had  issue, 

i.  Robert  Gordon,  Lieut,  of  Marines,  b.  20  March,  1792  ;  d.  unm. 
4  Dec.  1820,  killed  in  action  in  the  attack  made  on  the  North 
Fort  of  Mocha,  in  the  Mediterranean. 
I.L.G. 


2.  William,  an  officer  in  the  Spanish  Army,  b.  16  May,  1793; 
d.  unm. 

3.  John,  of  Benburb,  6.  12  March,  1799  ;    d.  22  March,  1834; 
m.  14  Dec.  1831,  Isabella  Eliza,  dau.  of  MajorFrood,  of  Dundalk, 
and  had  issue, 

(i)  James,  b.  3  Feb.  1833.  (2)  John,  b.  28  March,  1834. 

Isabella  Eliza  Atkinson  (otherwise  Frood)  m.  2ndly,  her  former 
husband's  first  cousin,  Rev.  Robert  Gordon  Atkinson  (see 
above). 

i.  Maria,  b.  1795  ;  m.  ist,  James  Wallace,  of  Liverpool, 
Merchant,  and  had  issue,  three  daus. 

Maria  Wallace  (formerly  Atkinson)  m.  2ndly,  William  Bracken- 
bury,  of  Aswardby,  co.  Lincoln,  an  officer  in  the  6ist  Foot,  and 
by  him  had  issue, 

(1)  William,  d.  unm. 

(2)  Richard,  Capt.  6ist  Foot,  d.  unm. 

(3)  Charles  Booth,  Major-Gen.  R.A.,  b.  7  Nov.   1831  ;    d. 
20  June,  1890  ;   m.  1854,  H  Ida,  dau.  of  the  Hon.  Archibald 
Campbell  and  Agnes  his  wife,  and  had  issue. 

(4)  Sir    Henry,    Lieut.-Gen.,    K.C.B.,    K.C.S.I.,    R.A.,    m. 
CEmilia,   relict  of  —  Morley,   dau.   of  Henry  Halswell,  of 
Kensington  Gate,  retired  Judge  of  Zealand  and  J.P.  for  co. 
Middlesex. 

i.  Catherine,  m.  William  Nevin  Wallace,  of  Downpatrick 
J.P.  and  D  L.,  and  d.  leaving  a  dau.,  Maria  Wallace. 

(2)  Jemima,  d.  unm.  (3)  Hannah  Maria. 
(4)  Henrietta. 

2.  Alicia,  b.  14  April ;  d.  15  Sept.  1792. 

3.  Alicia,  b.  7  Sept.  1800;   d.  10  Feb.  1879  ',   »»•  l822»  David, 
eld.  surv.  son  of  James  Bell,  of  Newry,  and  had  issue, 

(i)  James,  d.  unm.  (2)  James, d.unm.  29  April,  1863. 

(3)  John  Gordon,  d.  unm.  18  May,  1829. 

(4)  Samuel,  d.  in  1887  ;  m.  Louisa  Ruthven,  and  had  issue, 
Ethel  Alice  Ruthven.  Maude  Mary  Kuthven. 

(i)  Anne.  (2)  Anne  Gordon. 

(3)  Catherine. 

(4)  Fanny  Johnston,  m.  12  April,  1856,  Ernest  Randolph 
Mackesy,  Major  97th  Foot,  and  had  issue. 

(5)  Alicia  Hannah  Maria.  (6)  Mary  Hervey. 
(7)  Rebekah  Hartford. 

4.  Anne,  b.  28  Feb.  1802. 

5.  Sarah,  b.  9  June,  1805  ;  m.  5  Dec.  1826,  Samuel  Alexander 
of  Dundalk. 

1.  Alicia,  of  Newry,  b.  21  Feb.  1761,  d.  unm.  20  March,  1836. 

2.  Margaret,  b.  9  Feb*  1765  ;  d.  unm.  27  April,  1777- 
The  eldest  son, 

GEORGE  ATKINSON,  J.P.,  of  Mill  Vale,  b.  15  Nov.  1758,  d.  17 
May,  1820  ;  m.  12  July,  1804,  Anne  Wallace  (d.  6  Oct.  1827)  ;  dau. 
of  Robert  Baillie,  and  had  issue, 

Rev.    Robert  Gordon,  b.   5    Feb.  1807 ;   d.    12  July,  1865  ;   in. 

5  May,  1841,  Isabella  Eliza  (d.  3  July,  1864),  dau.  of  Major  Frood, 

of  Dundalk,  and  relict  of  John  Atkinson,  of  Benburb,  and  had 

issue, 

i.  George  (St.  Lawrence  Road,  Clontarf,  co.  Dublin),  b.  1842. 

1.  Isabella  Eliza,  b.  3  March,  1844  ;    d.  27  March,  1890  ;    m. 
24  Aug.  1882,  Rev.  John  Gaggin  (d.  14  Dec.  1894),  Rector  of 
New  Chapel,  Clonmell,  co.  Tipperary,  and  had  issue, 

Isabella  Jane,  b.  1883  ;  d.  unm.  29  July,  1901. 

2.  Isabella,  b.  at  Mill  Vale,  i  June,  1808;    d.  22  Jan.  1858  ; 
m.  4  Aug.  1832,  Rev.  Charles  Crossle  (see  above). 


BIGGS-ATKINSON    OF   ASHLEY    PARK. 

MRS.  ALICE  MARJORY  BIGGS-ATKINSON,  of 
Ashley  Park,  2nd  dau.  of  the  late  James  Netterville 
Atkinson,  of  Ashley  Park,  m.  1903,  Thomas  Bateson 
Biggs,  Solicitor,  Capt.  3rd  Batt.  Royal  Irish  Regt. 
(see  below),  who  adopted  the  additional  surname  of 
Atkinson  by  Deed  Poll,  18  Nov.  1903. 

Lineage. — CHARLES  ATKINSON,  younger  son  of  Anthony 
Atkinson,  of  Cangort  (see  that  family),  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Robert 
Saunderson,  of  Clover  Hill,  co.  Cavan,  and  had  a  son, 

ANTHONY  ATKINSON,  m.  Catharine,  dau.  of  Dominick  Blake, 
of  Castlegrove,  co.  Galway,  by  Frances  his  wife,  dau.  of  Nicholas, 
5th  Viscount  Netterville,  and  d.  1815,  having  had  issue, 

1.  James.  2.  Charles. 

3.  GEORGE  GUY,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Charlotte,  d.  unm. 
The  3rd  son, 

GEORGE  GUY  ATKINSON,  of  Ashley  Park,  J.P.,  b.  1799;  m. 
Bridget,  dau.  of  P.  Murphy,  Rahone,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.  30  July, 
1872,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  Derryharan,  King's  Co.,  m.  ist,  1874,  Anna,  dau.  of 
Rev.  J.  C.  Walker,  Rector  of  Ballinasloe,  and  by  her  (who  d. 
2  Dec.  1892)  has  issue, 

i.  Guy  Netterville. 

i.  Anna.  2.  Bridget,  d.  unm.  1901. 

He  m.  2ndly,  2  June,  1894,  Ethel  Maud,  dau.  of  the  late  Richard 
Beasley,  of  Old  Grange,  co.  Kildare.     He  d.  1901. 

2.  George,  M.D.,  d.  unm.  in  the  Afghan  War,  1880. 

3.  JAMES  NETTERVILLE,  late  of  Ashley  Park. 
The  3rd  son, 

.MES  NE 
High  Sheriff  1892,  B.A.  Trin 


JAMES  NETTERVILLE  ATKINSON,  of  Ashley  Park,  co.  Tipperary. 
J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1892,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  1863,  b.  I  March, 
1843  J  w.  30  Sept.  1875,  Margaret  Teresa,  dau.  of  William  B. 
Smithwick,  J.P.,  Youghal  House,  Nenagh,  and  d.  22  May,  1893. 
leaving  three  daus., 

B 


Atkinson. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


18 


1.  GUSTAVA  MARY. 

2.  ALICE  MARJORY,  now  of  Ashley  Park. 

3.  KATHLEEN  ANNA. 

Seat— Ashley  Park,  near  Nenagh. 

FAMILY  OF  BIGGS. 

GEORGE  BIGGS,  of  Santa  Cruz,  co.  Tipperary,  and  subsequently 
of  Bellevue,  who  was  of  the  same  family  as  Richard  Biggs,  of  Castle 
Biggs,  High  Sheriff  of  co.  Tipperary  1777  (who  a.s.p.  1795,  having 
devised  his  estates  to  his  nephew,  Wm.  Ledger,  afterwards  Biggs), 
had  an  only  son, 

THOMAS  BIGGS,  of  Bellevue,  co.  Tipperary,  J.P.,  m.  his  cousin 
Elizabeth  Biggs,  and  d.  1795,  leaving  issue, 

1.  GEORGE  WASHINGTON,  his  heir.  2.  Benjamin. 

3.  Thomas. 

1.  Mary. 
The  eldest  son, 

GEORGE  WASHINGTON  BIGGS,  of  Bellevue,  b.  1783  ;  m.  1807, 
Anne,  dau.  of  Samuel  Dickson,  of  Ballinguile,  co.  Limerick,  and  d. 
1844,  having  by  her  (who  d.  1860)  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  who  s.  to  Bellevue. 

2.  SAMUEL  DICKSON,  of  whom  hereafter. 

3.  George  Washington,  Rev.,  d.  unm.  1908. 

4.  Stephen  Dickson,  d.  8  April,  1910. 

1.  Mary.  2.  Elizabeth. 

3.  Catherine.  4.  Anne. 

5.  Georgina. 

6.  Helena,  m.  John  Parker,  of  Brookfield,  co.  Tipperary. 
The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BIGGS,  of  Bellevue,  b.  1815  ;  d.  unm.  1844,  a  few  months 
after  his  father's  decease,  and  was  s.  by  his  next  brother, 

SAMUEL  DICKSON  BIGGS,  of  Bellevue,  b.  1817  ;  m.  1870,  Elizabeth 
Goodwin,  step-dau.  of  William  Johnston,  and  d.  1904,  leaving  issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  now  of  Bellevue.  2.  William  Johnston. 

3.  Samuel  Dickson. 

4.  Thomas  Bateson,  m.  1903,  Alice  Margery,  dau.  and  co-heir  of 
James  Netterville  Atkinson,  of  Ashley  Park  (see  above). 

1.  Anne. 

2.  Avereena  Maud,  m.  1904,  Thomas  Hardman,  eldest  son  of 
Col.  Brereton,  of  Rathurles,  co.  Tipperary. 

The  eldest  son, 

GEORGE  BIGGS,  of  Bellevue,  b.  1872  ;  s.  his  father  1904 ;  m. 
Grace,  dau.  of  Surg.  Lieut.-Col.  Robinson,  R.A.M.C.,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Samuel.  2,  Cecil  Raymond. 

3.  Basil. 
1.  Zalie. 


ATKINSON    OF    CAVANGABDEN. 

THOMAS  JOHN  ATKINSON,  of  Cavangarden,  co. 
Donegal,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1893,  b,  14 
Feb.  1845  ;  »».  20  April,  1880,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Arthur  Magee  Day,  of  Rathgar,  Dublin,  and  has 
issue, 

1.  THOMAS  JOHN  DAY,  J.P.,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Barrister 

at-Law,  Lieut.  Dub.  Univ.  Contingent,  Officers  Training  Corps 

b.  4  March,  1882. 

1.  Charlotte  Elizabeth.  2.  Elizabeth  Arthurina. 

3.  Mabel  Angela  Wray,  d.  unm.  15  April,  1911. 

4.  Arthurina  Josephine. 

Lineage. —  CAPT.  CHARLES  ATKINSON,  of  an  ancient  York- 
shire family,  settled  in  Ireland,  temp.  ELIZABETH,  and  left  two 
sons,  of  whom  one  settled  at  Rehins,  co.  Mayo  (and  was  ancestor 
of  Atkinson,  of  Rehins),  while  the  other, 

WILLIAM  ATKINSON,  of  Creevy,  near  Ballyshannon,  owned  large 
estates  in  Kilbarron,  co.  Donegal.  He  d.  about  1660.  His  son 
and  heir, 

THOMAS  ATKINSON,  called  "  senior "  in  the  Act  of  Attainder, 
Parliament  of  Dublin  1689,  temp.  JAMES  II,  b.  about  1620,  and  d.- 
about  1702,  leaving  a  son, 

THOMAS  ATKINSON,  called  "  junior "  in  the  Act  of  Attainder. 
The  property  was  restored  temp.  WILLIAM  III.  He  was  b.  1655, 
and  d.  1738.  His  son, 

JOHN  ATKINSON,  b.  about  1682  ;  m.  1711,  Rebecca,  dau.  of  William 
Wray,  of  Ards,  co.  Donegal,  and  d.  1748,  leaving  a  son, 

THOMAS  ATKINSON,  b.  1713  ;  m.  16  Nov.  1752,  Letitia,  dau.  of 
George  Knox,  of  Rathmullen  and  Moneymore,  co.  Donegal,  and  d. 

11  May,  1873,  leaving  a  son, 

JOHN  ATKINSON,  J.P.,  b.  1754;  m.  zo  March,  1776,  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Andrew  Hamilton,  of  Ballymadonnell,  co.  Donegal,  High 
Sheriff  1800.  He  d.  15  May,  1833.  His  son, 

THOMAS  JOHN  ATKINSON,  of  Cavangarden,  Ballyshannon,  co. 
Donegal,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff,  1817,  b.  May,  1781  ;  m.  1808,  Eliza- 
beth, only  dau.  of  Joseph  White,  Lieut.  i7th  Light  Dragoons, 
of  Cheltenham.  He  d.  25  March,  1881.  His  son, 

JOHN  ATKINSON,  of  Cavangarden,  J.P.,  M.A.,  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin, 
Barrister-at-Law,  b.  Dec.  1817  ;  m.  May,  1842,  Ellen,  dau.  of 
Robert  Dean  Mecredy,  Q.C.,  M.A.,  of  Carnew,  co.  Down.  She^. 

12  May,  1900.     He  d.v.p.  26  May,  1879,  leaving  issue, 

1.  THOMAS  JOHN,  now  of  Cavangarden. 

2.  John  Robert,  b.  1849  ;  d.  unm.  Oct.  1865. 

3.  George  Andrew,  of  Skea  Hall,  Enniskillen,  b.  29  April,  1851  ; 
m.  22  March,  1880,  Marion  Anna  Elizabeth,  only  dau.  of  Henry 
Berkeley  Gerahty,  B.A.,  Dublin,  Barrister-at-Law  (by  Katherine  i 
his  wife,  dau.  of  Robert  W.  Fearon,  Barrister-at-Law),  and  grand- 
dau.  of  James  Gerahty,  Q.C.,  and  has  issue, 

i.  John,  Lieut.   3rd  Batt.   Royal  Inn.  Fus.,  b.  Aug.   1883  •   j 
m.  May,  1908,  Wilhelmina  Victoria,  2nd  dau.  of  Petre  Thiirn    i 


2.  Robert  Henry  Gerahty,  b.  Sept.  1884. 

3.  Andrew  George,  b.  March,  1891. 

4.  William  Claude  Hamilton,  b.  June,  1895. 

5.  Norman  James  Charlton  Fearon,  b.  Aug.  1897. 

1.  Elizabeth  Maude. 

2.  Ethel  Kathleen  Jane,  m.  23  Nov.  1910,  H.  Carl  A.  Thienne, 
B.Sc.,  Civil  Engineer. 

3.  Olive  Lindley  Vivian  Florence,  m.  Aug.  1907,  Rev.  James 
Alexander  Wilson,  M.A.,  Rector  of   Cleenish,  co.  Fermanagh, 
and  has  issue. 

4.  Angel  Marion.  5.  Eileen  Letitia  Charlotte. 

6.  Mary  Myrtle  Gwendoline. 

4.  James  Law,  M.D.,  b.  May,  1856  ;    m.  Sept.  1889,  but  d.s.p. 
17  March,  1897. 

5.  William  White,  b.  1863  ;  d.  unm.  1900. 

6.  Andrew  Hamilton,  b.  1865  ;  d.  unm.  1899. 

1.  Elizabeth  Charlotte  Jane,  b.  1848. 

2.  Ellen  Theodosia  Adelaide,  b.  1853  ;   m.  24  May,  1874,  Robert 
Mecredy,  and  has  issue  two  sons  and  two  daus. 

Seat — Cavangarden,  Ballyshannon,  co.  Donegal. 


ATKINSON    OF   GLENWILLIAM. 
THOMAS      RICHARD 
DURBIN  ATKINSON,  of 
Glenwilliam        Castle, 
Ballingarry,  co. 

Limerick,  and  Skea 
House,  co.  Fer- 
managh, J.P.  and 
D.L.  co.  Limerick, 
High  Sheriff  1888, 
educated  at  Trinity 
Hall,  Camb.,&.  21  Jan. 
1863  ;  m.  28  Feb. 
1884,  Sophie  Mary, 
dau.  of  Capt.  Thomas 
Wilkinson,  3Oth  Regt., 
of  St.  Oswald's,  co. 
Limerick,  J.P.,  and 
has  issue, 

1.  Eileen  Violet.  2.  Sybil  Maud. 

Jliineag'e. — THOMAS  ATKINSON  obtained  a  grant  of  land  in  co. 
Monaghan  under  the  Act  of  Settlement  21  June,  1667.  His 
descendant, 

THOMAS  ATKINSON,  of  Anaghabawn,  co.  Monaghan  (son  of  Thomas 
Atkinson,  of  Anaghabawn,  co.  Monaghan,  who  d.  1824,  aged  88), 
b.  1770,  m.  1799,  Sarah,  dau.  of  Richard  Philips,  of  Drumcall,  and 
d.  1839,  having  by  her  (who  d.  1848)  had  issue, 

1.  EDWARD,  late  of  Glenwilliam  Castle. 

2.  Thomas,  b.  1805,  d.   1892,  leaving  issue,  two  sons  and  four 
daus. 

3.  John,  M.D  ,  b.  1810,  d.s.p.  1837. 

4.  Richard,  b.  1814,  d.s.p.  1856. 

1.  Eliza,  b.  1800,  m.  Frances  Finley. 

2.  Jane,  b.  1803,  m.  Dr.  John  Wordsworth,  and  d.  1822. 

3.  Rebecca,  b.  1807,  m.  Joseph  Crawford,  of  Newbliss,  co.  Mona- 
ghan, and  d.  1892. 

The  eldest  son, 

EDWARD  ATKINSON,  of  Glenwilliam  Castle,  co.  Limenck,  aud 
Skea  House,  Enniskillen,  J.P.  co.  Limerick  and  Drogheda,  High 
Sheriff,  Drogheda,  1824,  b.  1801,  m.  ist,  1833,  Rosetta,  dau.  of 
Capt.  John  Shaw  McCulloch.  She  d.  1849,  leaving  issue, 

1.  John  (Right  Hon.),   BARON  ATKINSON,  of  Glenwilliam   (cr. 
19  Dec.  1905),  a  Lord  of  Appeal  in  Ordinary,  P.C.,  K.C.,  Attorney- 
Gen,  for  Ireland  1892  and   1895-1905,  M.P.  for  North  Derry 
1895-1905,  Bencher  of  King's  Inns,  Dublin  and  of  the  Inner 
Temple  (39,  Hyde  Park  Gate,  W. ;  68,  Fitzwilliam  Square,  Dublin; 
Carlton  Club),  b.  1844,  m.  1873,  Rowena  (d.  17  Jan.  1911),  dau.  of 
Richard  Chute,  M.D.,  of  Tralee,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Hon.  Edward  Chute,  b.  1875,  d.  unm.  26  July,  1906. 

2.  Hon.  Cecil  Thomas,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Barrister-at- 
Law,  b.  1876,  m.  6  Aug.  1903,  Florence,  dau.  of  Godfrey  Lovelace 
Taylor,  J.P.,  of  Grangeville,  co.  Wexford,  and  has  issue, 

(i)  John  Godfrey,  b.  18  Jan.  1910. 

(1)  Dorothea  Emily  Mary,  b.  22  May,  1904. 

(2)  Rowena  Cecilia,  b.  23  May,  1906. 

3.  Hon.  Hector  John,  Capt.  Roy.  Irish  Fus.,  b.  3  June,  1879  ', 
m.  1910,  Sybil,  youngest  dau.  of  late  George  levers,  of  Glen- 
mair,  co.  Cork. 

4.  Hon.  Hubert  Rowan,  Capt.  Connaught  Rangers,  b.  6  Oct. 
1882  ;    m.  30  Jan.  1907,  Mabel  Coralie,  dau.  of  late  George 
Gerard  Tyrrell. 

2.  Edward,  b.  1846,  m.  1872,  Lydia,  dau.  of  William  Rutherford, 
J.P.  of  Drum,  co.  Monaghan,  and  d.  1875,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Edward    William,    Capt.    Royal    Inniskilling    Fus.,    B.A. 
Trin.  Coll.  Dublin  (Army  and  Navy  Club),  b.  12  Aug.  1873  .' 
m.  20  April,  1907,  Louise  H.  S.,  2nd  dau.  of  John  Power  Oliver, 
I.M.S. 

2.  Joseph  Albert  Nelson.   B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,    Barrister- 
at-Law  (Pretoria,  Transvaal,  S.  Africa),  b.  19  Jan.  1875;    m. 


IRELAND. 


Auchenleck. 


1907,  Teresa  Clare,  dau.  of  J.  Sheridan,  Esq.,  of  Galway,  and 
has  issue. 

Edward  Sheridan,  b.  1909. 

Doreen  Lydia  Claire,  b.  1908. 

1.  Anna,   m.    ist,    1859,    Henry   Warren,    of   Drummin   House, 
Meath,  who  d.  1869,  leaving  issue.     She  m.  andly,  Rev.  Brabazon 
William   Brunker,   M.A.,   Vicar  of  Duleek,   co.   Meath,  who  d. 
1877. 

2.  Rosetta,  m.  1869,  Joseph  Williams,  who  d.  1876,  leaving  issue. 

3.  Sarah  Rosetta,  m.  1877.  Brabazon  Brunker,  eld.  son  of  Robert 
Burrows  Brunker,  Solicitor,  of  Simmons  Court  House,  Dublin, 
and  has  issue. 

Mr.  Edward  Atkinson  m.  andly,  1856,  Emma,  dau.  of  Maj.  Durbin, 
36th  Regt.,  and  Mary  his  wife,  dau.  of  Henry  Drax,  of  Charborough, 
Dorset,  and  d.  1876,  having  by  her  had  issue, 

3.  THOMAS  RICHARD  DURBIN,  now  of  Glenwilliam  Castle. 

4.  Emma   Anne,   m.    1^82,  Deane    Shelton,    of    Rossmore,   co. 
Limerick,  and  has  issue,  six  children. 

Arms— Per  pale  gu.  and  arg.,  an  eagle  displayed  with  two  heads 
counterchanged,  on  a  chief  engrailed  erm.,  a  rose  ppr.  between  two 
martlets  or.  Crest — A  falcon  rising  ppr.  belled  and  jessed  or, 
holding  in  its  beak  a  fleur-de-lys  per  pale  gu.  and  arg.  Motto — 
Virtute  et  valore. 

Seats — Glenwilliam  Castle,  Ballingarry,  co.  Limerick;  andSkea 
House,  Enniskillen,  co.  Fermanagh. 

ATKINSON    OF    CBOWHILL. 

JOSEPH  ATKINSON,  of  Crowbill,  co.  Armagh, 
late  Lieut.  67 th  Regt.,  J.P.  co.  Armagh,  Secretary 
to  the  Grand  Jury  and  afterwards  to  the  County 
Council,  b,  1845  ;  m.  ist,  1871,  Annie  Edith,  dau. 
of  John  Jervais  Broadwood,  of  Buchan  Hill,  Sussex, 
and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  JOSEPH  JERVAIS,  b.  1873  ;    »».  5  Nov.  1907,  Beatrix  Pearl, 
only  dau.  of  E.J.Webb.      ' 

2.  Walter  Hope  Johnston,  b.  1875. 

3.  John  Broadwood,  b.  1894. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1898,  Kathleen  Mary,  4th  dau.  of  the 
late  Henry  Blake  Mahon,  of  Belleville,  co.  Galway, 
and  by  her  has  issue, 

1.  Judith  Mary,  b.  1900. 

Lineage. — This  family  came  to  Ireland  at  the  time  of 
the  Cromwellian  settlement. 

JOSEPH  ATKINSON,  of  Crowbill,  co.  Armagh,  J.P.,  b.  1760;  m. 
Sarah,  dau.  of  Thomas  Hope,  of  Crowbill,  and  d.  1836,  having  had 
issue  a  son, 

THOMAS  ATKINSON,  of  Crowbill,  Capt.  Armagh  Militia,  High 
Sheriff  1825,  b.  1793  ;  »».  1819,  Elizabeth,  4th  dau.  of  James 
Johnston,  D.L.,  of  Knappagh,  co.  Armagh,  and  Martha  his  wife,  dau. 
of  John  Burges,  of  Parkanaur,  co.  Tyrone.  Shed.  1873,  aged  75. 
He  d.  1842,  having  had  issue, 

1.  JOSEPH,  late  of  Crowhill. 

2.  James   Hope,   Capt.   72nd  Highlanders,  b.   1825  ;    m.   1858, 
Elfrida,  dau.  of  —  Abbott,   of  Smyrna,  and  d.   1865,  having 
had  two  daus., 

1.  Annie,  m.  Count  Mazza,  Italian  Consul  in  Canada. 

2.  Elfrida,  m.   1882,   Count  Victor  de  Revel,  Italian  Consul 
at  Smyrna. 

1.  Martha,  b.  1820  ;  d.  1831. 
The  elder  son, 

JOSEPH  ATKINSON,  of  Crowhill,  co.  Armagh,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1855,  Chairman  of  the  County  Council ;  6.1822;  m.n  April, 
1844,  Judith  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Richard  Barnsley  and  Sarah,  his  wife, 
dau.  of  John  Smith  of  Ballyhaskin,  Westmeath,  and  Judith  his 
wife,  dau.  of  Samuel  De  la  Cherois,  of  Donaghadee,  co.  Down,  and 
d.  10  Oct.  1903,  having  had  issue, 

1.  JOSEPH,  his  heir. 

2.  James  Johnston,  B.A.,  T.C.D.,  6.  1847  ;  d.  2  Jan.  1905. 

3.  Robert  Richard,  J.P.,  of  Summer  Island,  Longhall,  b.  1855  J 
m.  31  July,  1902,  Mary  Frances  Josephine,  only  dau.  of  Henry  J. 
Nicholson,  J.P.,  of  Crannagael,  co.  Armagh  (see  that  family). 

4.  Ynyr    Henry,    b.    1861  ;     m.    1886,    Rose,   dau.    of   Edward 
McColdrick,  of  Dakota,  U.S.A.,  and  has  issue, 

Lionel  Robert,  b.  1887.  Eveleen,  b.  1899. 

1.  Annie  Johnston,  b.  1851  ;  m.  n  April,  1872,  Richard  James 
Harden,  D.L.,  of  Harrybrook,  co.  Armagh,  and  has  issue  (see 
that  family). 

Seat —Crowhill  Loughall,  co.  Armagh.  Residence — Summer 
Island,  Loughall. 

AUCHENLECK  OF  CREVENAOH. 

DANIEL  GEORGE  HAROLD  AUCHENLECK,  of 
Crevenagh,  co.  Tyrone,  b.  18  Sept.  1877,  educated 
at  Winchester  and  Trin.  Coll.  Oxford,  Capt.  Royal 
Inniskilling  Fusiliers  ;  m.  1902,  Charlotte  Madaline, 
only  dau.  of  the  late  Robert  W.  Scott,  of  Dungannon, 
co.  Tyrone,  and  has  had  issue, 

Robert  Patrick,  6.  and  d.  17  March,  1906. 

Lineagre — REV.  JAMES  AUCHENLECK,  Rector  of  Cleenish,  co. 
Fermanagh,  b.  1646  ;  tn.  Margaret,  a  relative  of  President  Keith, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  1680,  aged  39)  had,  with  other  issue  who  d. 
young, 

1.  JAMES,  of  whom  presently. 


2.  William,  who  lived  in  Tyrone,  m.  1708,  Miss  Maxwell. 

3.  Alexander,  m.  Miss  Boggs.  4.  Sydney.  , 

1.  Katherine,  m.  John  Montgomery,  of  Croghan,  co.  Donegal. 

2.  Margaret.  , 

3.  Jean,  m.  Provost  Gamble,  of  Strabane. 

His  will  dated  17  Feb.   1684,  was  proved  6  April,  1685.     The  elder  • 

son, 

JAMES  AUCHENLECK,  sen.,  of  Thomastown,  m.  circa  1698,  Elisa-  : 

beth,  dau.  of  Col.  James  Corry,  M.P.,  of  Castle  Coole,  and  d.  1746 
having  had,  with  other  issue,  who  d.  young, 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir.  2.  Alexander,  bapt.  1706. 

1.  Rebecca,  m.  1719,  Andrew  Leonard. 

2.  Margaret,  m.  1721,  Thomas  Enery,  of  Prospect,  co.  Cavan. 

3.  Mary,  m.  —  Noble.  4.  Sarah,  m.  —  Scott.  . 
5.  Elisabeth,  m.  John  Dane,  of  Killyhevlin  (see  that  family). 

The  elder  son, 

JAMES  AUCHENLECK,  jun.,  of  Thomastown,  co.  Fermanagh,  b. 
1704  ;  m.  1734,  Susanna,  dau.  of  John  Corry,  of  Lisanock.  He  d. 
1752,  haying  had  issue, 

1.  Leslie,  d.  1785,  bur.  at  Derryvullan. 

2.  Armar,  twin  with  his  brother,  Leslie,  m.  Mrs.  McGregor,  ne'e 
Spear,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Alexander,  m.  and  had  issue, 

(1)  Alexander,  m.  —  Armstrong,  of  Drumlene,  and  had  issue, 
i.  John,  d.  1899.  2.  Alexander,  d.s.p. 

3.  Armar. 

(2)  James,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  his  uncle,  William  Auchenleck, 
and  had  issue, 

1.  Armar,  of  Cuttiagh,  d.  unm.  1880. 

2.  Daniel,  d.  unm.  1882. 

1.  A  dau.,  m.  —  Chartres,  of  Maguiresbridge. 

2.  Alice,  d.  1898. 

2.  William,  of  Cuttiagh  m.  and  had  issue. 
Mary,  m.  her  cousin,  James  Auchenleck. 

3.  James,  M.D.,  R.N.,  d.s.p. 

4.  John,  in  the  Civil  Service,  m.  Miss  Aynesworth,  and  had  issue, 
i.  Capt.  James,  m.  Lucinda  Magill,  and  had  issue, 

(1)  John,  d.  unm. 

(2)  A  dau.,  m.  —  Ward,  of  Pianstown,  co.  Down. 

(3)  Anne,  d.  unm. 

5.  William,  d.  1803,  leaving  issue, 

i.  Mary.  2.  Margaret. 

6.  George.  7.  Corry. 

8.  REV.  ALEXANDER,  of  whom  presently. 

9.  Rev.  Anketell,   b.  posthumous,  Curate  of  Termonmaguifke, 
who  had  a  son,  Richard. 

1.  Elisabeth,  d.  unm.  1824. 

2.  Sarah,  m.  —  Cluff,  of  Ratorau. 

THE  REV.  ALEXANDER  AUCHINLECK,  of  Castle  Lodge  and  Mullans, 
rintona,  co.  Tyrone,  Rector  of  Rossory,  co.  Fermanagh,  b.  1749, 
m.  1784,  Jane,  dau.  of  James  Lowry  Eccles,  of  Shannock,  co.  Fer- 
managh, and  d.  1833,  having  by  her  (who  d.  1829)  had  issue, 

1.  James   Eccles    (Rev.),    of   Castle    Lodge   and   Mullans,    J.P., 
b.  1786,  m.  1815,  Caroline,  dau.  of  Richard  Fiddis,  of  Tullycreevy 
House,  co.  Fermanagh,  and  d.  1829,  leaving  issue, 

i.  Alexander  Eccles  (Rev.),  of  Castle  Lodge  and  Mullans, 
Fintona,  co.  Tyrone,  Vicar  of  Car-Colston,  Notts,  b.  1825  :  m.  ist, 
3  June,  1862,  Fanny,  dau.  of  John  Crozier,  J.P.,  of  Gortra 
House,  co.  Fermanagh  (see  BURKE'S  Family  Records).  She  d.s.p. 

15  Sept.  1864.     He  m.  2ndly,  21  Sept.  1870,  Sidney,  dau.  of 
John  Laurence  Spear,  J.P.,  of  Glenally  House,  co.  Tyrone. 
She  d.s.p.  12  Aug.  1881. 

1.  Jane  Eccles,  m.  15  Nov.  1836,  William  Crozier,  and  son  of 
John  Crozier,   J.P.,   of   Gortra   House   (see  BURKE'S   Family 
Records). 

2.  Susan  Caroline,  d.  unm. 

3.  Elizabeth   Ward,   m.   P.   G.   Hippolite  Marlet,   Avocat   of 
Semur,  Burgundy,  and  has  issue. 

4.  Henrietta  Margaret  Enery,  m.  Rev.  Thomas  Lewis. 

2.  William,  an  Officer,  d.  in  India,  unm. 

3.  John  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Dunboyne,  co.  Meath,  and  Ballyhack, 
co.  Wexford,  b.  1796,  m.  1825,  Katherine,  dau.  of  Rev.  Thomas 

Johnston,  and  d.  20  June,  1870,  having  by  her  (who  d.  28  Dec. 

1892)  had  issue, 

1.  John  Claude  Alexander,  Lieut.-Col.  R.A.,  m.  g  Nov.  i874.- 
Mary  Eleanor,  dau.  of  John  Eyre,  D.L.,  of  Eyrecourt  (see  that 
family),  and  d.  1892,  having  had  issue, 

(1)  Claude  John  Eyre,  Indian  Army,  b.  21  June,  1884. 

(2)  Armar  Leslie,  b.  1887. 

(i)  Cerise  Eleanor  Gordon.     (2)  Katherine  Ruth  Leigh  ton. 

2.  William   Henry,    Lieut.-Col.   late    R.A.,   b.   2   Aug.    1841  ; 
m.  28  June,  1898,  Constance  Mildred  Spilsbury,  youngest  dau. 
of   William   Halford,  of   30,   Cambridge  Square,   W.      He   d. 

16  Oct.  1901,  leaving  issue, 

William  John  Alexander  Halford,  b.  8  Aug.  1899. 

3.  Daniel. 

1.  Jane  Katherine,  d.  unm.  8  July,  1883. 

2.  Fanny.  3-  Katherine. 

4.  DANIEL  ECCLES,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Anna,  m.  1809,  Richard  Dane,  J.P.,  of  Killyhevlin,  co.  Fer- 
managh. 

The  younger  son, 

DANIEL  ECCLES  AUCHINLECK,  of  Crevenagh,  o.  1797  ;    m.  Nov. 

1833,  Elizabeth  Dorothea,  dau.  of  Rev.  Thomas  Lindsay  Stack,  J.P., 

Rector  of  Badony,  and  d.  1849,  having  by  her  (who  d.  14  Sept.  i8fe8) 

had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  late  of  Crevenagh. 

2.  William  Lowry,  b.  1841,  Col.  6srd  Regt.,  Bng.-Gen.  Calcutta : 

3.  Daniel,'  late* 'Maj.   Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  b.   1847;  killed  at 
Taindah,  Burma,  15  Sept.  1886. 

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Aylmer. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


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1.  Margaret  Jane,   m.    1859,    the   Right   Rev.   Charles   Maurice 
Stack,  Lord  Bishop  of  Clogher,  J.P.,  D.D.,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Anna  Mary,  m.  Brig.-Surg.  Constantine  Read,  Army  Medical 
Staff. 

The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  AUCHINLECK,  of  Crevenagh,  co.  Tyrone,  and  of  Shan- 
nock  Green,  co.  Fermanagh,  b.  16  Jan.  1837,  J.P.  and  D.L.  co. 
Tyrone,  High  Sheriff,  co.  Tyrone,  1872,  Hon.  Maj.  Royal  Tyrone 
Fusiliers,  formerly  Lieut,  nth  (North  Devon)  Regt. ;  m.  29  Sept. 
1868  Jane,  dau.  of  George  H.  Loxdale,  of  Grassendale,  Liverpool, 
son  of  Joseph  Loxdale,  of  Kingsland,  co.  Salop,  and  d.  1893,  leaving 
issue, 

1.  DANIEL  GEORGE  HAROLD,  now  of  Crevenagh. 

1.  Bessie  Sarah,  m.  7  Aug.   1907,  Lieut.-Col.  Thomas  Francis 
Bushe,  C.M.G.,  R.A. 

2.  Norah  Lilian  Loxdale,  m.  29  July,  1896,  Rev.  James  George 
Reginald  Darling,  Rector  of  Eyke,  Suffolk,  youngest  son  of  the 
late  Rev.  James  George  Darling. 

Seat — Crevenagh,  Omagh,  co.  Tyrone. 

AYLMER    OF    COUE-TOWN. 

MAJOR  JOHN  ALGERNON 
AYLMER,  of  Courtown, 
Kilcock,  co.  Kildare,  J.P* 
and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1896,  Major  late  4th 
Dragoon  Guards,  B.A. 
Trin.  Coll.  Cambridge,  b. 
22  Dec.  1853;  m,  12  April, 
1886,  Blanche,  3rd  dau.  of 
John  Eveleigh  Wyndham, 
of  Clearwell  Court,  Glou- 
cestershire, and  widow  of 
Capt.  George  Montgomery, 
R.H.A.,  and  by  her  (whod.  8  March,  1895)  has  issue, 

JOHN  WYNDHAM,  Lieut.  4th  Dragoon  Gds.  b.  9  March,  1889. 

Stella  Wyndham,  m.  3  March,  1909,  Capt.  John  M.  Colchester- 

Wemyss  (see  COLCHESTER-WEMYSS  of  Westbury),  and  has  issue. 

Lineage. — RICHARD  AYLMER,  of  Lyons,  co.  Kildare,  living 
1421,  one  of  the  Keepers  of  the  Peace  for  the  cos.  of  Dublin  and 
Kildare  1432,  Sovereign  of  the  Borough  of  Tassagard,  anno  10 
HENRY  VI,  was  direct  ancestor  of  BARTHOLOMEW  AYLMER,  of 
Lyons,  co.  Kildare  ;  m.  Margaret,  dau.  of  Sir  Christopher  Cheevers, 
Knt.  of  Macetown,  and  had  issue, 

1.  RICHARD,  his  heir. 

2.  GERALD  (Sir),  ancestor  of  the  LORDS  AYLMER  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage). 

1.  Anne,  m.  Sir  Thomas  Luttrell,  Knt.,  of  Luttrellstown,  Lord 

Chief  Justice  of  Common  Pleas. 
The  elder  son, 

RICHARD  AYLMER,  of  Lyons,  appointed  Chief  Sergeant  of  the  co. 
Kildare,  i  June,  27  HENRY  VIII,  A.D.  1535,  m.  Genet,  dau.  and 
heir  of  Alderman  Thomas  Tew,  of  Dublin,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

RICHARD  AYLMER,  of  Lyons,  m.  Elinor,  dau.  of  George  Fleming, 
2nd  son  of  James,  Lord  Slane,  and  had, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

2.  George,  of  Cloncurrie,  co.  Kildare,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Patrick 
Hussey,  Baron  of  Galtrim. 

3.  Gerald   (Sir),    created    a   bart.    (see   BURKE'S     Peerage    and 
Baronetage). 

4.  Edward,  m.  Katherine,  dau.  of  Robert  Fitzgerald,  of  Alloone. 
The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  AYLMER,  of  Lyons,  s.  his  father,  and  had  livery  of  his 
estate,  20  July,  1562.  He  m.  Alison,  dau.  of  Thomas  Cusac,  of 
Cussingtown,  Lord  Chancellor  of  Ireland,  and  by  her  (who  d.  Dec. 
1623)  had 

1.  BARTHOLOMEW,  s.  his  father,  and  was  ancestor  of  AYLMER  of 
Lyons. 

2.  Richard,  of  Hartwell,  who  left  four  sons. 

3.  JOHN,  ancestor  of  AYLMER  of  Courtown. 
The  3rd  son, 

JOHN  AYLMER,  of  Ballykennan,  co.  Kildare,  m.  Elinor,  dau.  of 
Hussey,  of  Moyle  Hussey,  and  had  (with  three  daus.,  Ellice,  m. 
Gerald  Dillon,  of  Kellynyon,  co.  Westmeath  ;  Cicely  ;  and  Alison) 
five  sons, 

1.  MATTHEW,  his  heir.  2.  George. 

3.  Robert,  m.  Katherine,  dau.  of  Piers  Power,  of  Monalargie,  by 
Lady  Katherine  his  wife,  dau.  of  Walter,  nth  Earl  of  Ormonde 
and  Ossory,  and  had, 

JAMES,  m.  Esther,  dau.  of  Thomas  Luther,  of  Ballyboy,  King's 
Co.,  and  was  father  of 

Robert,  of  Painstown,  co.  Kildare,  m.  Anne,  dau.  and  heir 
of  Patrick  Wogan,  of  Richardstown,  and  grand-dau.  of 
William  Wogan,  of  Rathcoffey,  and  had  issue, 

Charles,  of  Painstown,  m.  ist,  Rose,  dau.  of  James 
O'Reilly,  of  Roristown,  co.  Meath,  and  had  an  only  dau., 
Catherine  Rose,  m.  1786,  Sir  Robert  Barnewall,  8tti  bart., 
of  Crickstown,  and  d.  10  Feb.  1790.  He  m.  2ndly,  Esmay, 
dau.  of  William  Piers,  of  Castletown,  and  had  Robert,  of 
Painstown,  d.s.p.  ;  William,  d.s.p.  1820  ;  Gerald,  d.s.p.; 
and  Anne,  m.  1793,  Christopher  Barnewall,  of  Meadstown. 

4.  Bartholomew.  5.  Richard. 

Mr.  Aylmer  d.  26  June,  1632,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

MATTHEW  AYLMER,  of  Ballykennan,  b.  1606 ;  m.  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of — Wogan,  of  Rathcoffey,  co.  Kildare,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 


JOHN  AYLMER,  of  Ballykennan,  who  d.  1702,  leaving  (with  a  dau., 
Alice,  m.  1704,  William  Humphrey,  of  Hollywood,  co.  Wicklow, 
and  three  younger  sons,  Richard,  Matthew,  and  Thomas)  an  elder 
son,  his  heir, 

JOHN  AYLMER,  of  Ballykennan,  m.  1678,  Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Breedon,  of  Bearecourt,  and  had,  with  six  daus  ,  as  many  sons, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir,  m.   1705,  Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas  Whyte,  of 
Pitchfordstown,  co.  Kildare,  and  d.  1708,  leaving  a  dau.,  Martha, 
and  an  only  son, 

JOHN,  of  Ballykennan,  d.  unm.  26  July,  1712. 

2.  Thomas,  d.  in  France.          3.  CHARLES,   of  whom  hereafter. 
4.  Andrew.    5.  Matthew,  m.  and  left  issue.     6.  James,  d.s.p..  m. 

Mr.  Aylmer's  will  is  dated  22  March,  1704,  and  he  d.  soon  after.  His 
3rd  son, 

CHARLES  AYLMER,  of  Ballykennan,  s.  his  nephew  in  1712  ;  m.  the 
dau.  of  Gerrard  Crosbie,  and  d.  5  May,  1754,  leaving  an  only  son, 

CHARLES  ALYMER,  of  Ballykennan,  m.  n  Sept.  1749,  the  dau.  of 
James  Tyrrell,  of  Clonard,  co.  Kildare,  and  had  issue, 

1.  MICHAEL,  his  heir. 

2.  Richard,  Lieut.  i7th  Regt.,  m.  Eliza,  dau.  of  Admiral  Richard 
Norris,  R.N.,  and  had  two  sons, 

1.  Charles,  54th  Regt.,  b.  24  May,  1774  ;    m.   15  Dec.  1806, 
Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas  Luther,  of  Clonmel.      She  d.  26  Sept. 
1856.     He  d.  10  Dec.  1863,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Fenton  Richard,  b.  16  April,  1808  ;   d.  unm.  1834. 

(2)  Charles  Arthur,  b.   28  Sept.   1814  ;    m.   10  Aug.    1853, 
Hon.  Sophia  Mackay,  dau.  of  Alexander,  8th  Lord  Reay. 
She  d.s.p.  24  Sept.  1866.     He  d.  1884. 

(3)  Henry  Gerald,  b.  i  Aug.  1818  ;  m.  17  June,  1854,  Harriet 
Anna,  dau.  of  Rev.  John  Scott,  Rector  of  Little  Kimble, 
Bucks.     She  d.  17  Dec.  1908.     They  had  issue, 

Henry  Scott,  b.  9  April,  1858  ;  d.  8  March,  1877. 
Mary  Beatrice. 

2.  Richard,  i7th  Dragoons,  d.s.p. 
Mr.  Aylmer  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

MICHAEL  AYLMER,  of  Courtown  and  Ballykennan,  Col.  m  the 
Army,  m.  March,  1777,  Frances  Amelia,  dau.  of  Richard  Hornidge, 
of  Tulfanis,  D.L.  co.  Wicklow,  and  had 

JOHN,  his  successor. 

Emily,  m.   1799,  Whitney  Upton  Gledstanes,  of  Fardross,  co. 

Fermanagh. 
Col.  Aylmer  was  s.  by  his  only  son, 

JOHN  AYLMER,  of  Courtown,  m.  29  Dec.  1828,  Margaret  Susan, 
dau.  of  Sir  Fenton  Aylmer,  8th  bart.,  of  Donadea  Castle,  and  d. 
5  March,  1857,  having  by  her  (who  d.  Dec.  1892)  had  issue, 

1.  MICHAEL,  his  heir. 

1.  Jane  Grace,  d.  unm.  1896. 

2.  Margaret,  m.  1856,  Charles  Michael  Bury  (formerly  Wright), 
of  Downings,  co.  Kildare.     Both  are  deceased. 

3.  Emily,  m.  8  Nov.  1859,  the  late  Thomas  Chapman. 

4.  Elizabeth,  d.  unm.  1900. 

5.  Cecilia.  6.  Lucy  Harriet,  m.  Louis  Hack. 
His  eldest  son, 

MICHAEL  AYLMER,  of  Courtown,  J.P.,  b.  30  May,  1831  ;  m.  Feb. 
1853,  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Hans  Hendrick,  of  Kerdiffstown,  co.  Kil- 
dare. He  d.  4  April,  1885.  She  d.  Nov.  1893,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN  ALGERNON,  his  heir. 

2.  HANS  HENDRICK  (see  HENDRICK-AYLMER  of  Kerdiffsiown). 

3.  Algernon  Ambrose  Michael,  of  Rathmore,  co.  Kildare,  B.A. 
Trin.  Coll.  Dublin  (Kildare  Street  Club),  b.  23  June,  1857  ;    m. 

10  June,  1886,  Frances  Sophia,  dau.  of  Meade  Caulfeild  Dennis,  of 
Fortgranite,  co.  Wicklow,  and  has  issue, 

Richard  Michael,  b.  5  Oct.  1887. 

Theodora  Margaret,  b.  21  Feb.  1892. 

1.  Florence  Mary,  m.  ist,  21  March,  1882,  Lieut.-Col.  Walter 
Joseph  Borrowes,  youngest  son  of  Sir  Erasmus  Borrowes,  8th 
bart.,  of  Gilltown,  and  has  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage).  He  d. 

11  Sept.  1893.     She  m.  2ndly,  1895,  William  Gore,  and  d.  1907. 
Arms — Arg.,  a  cross  sa.  between   four  Cornish  choughs   ppr. 

Crest — A  Cornish  chough,  rising  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  all  ppr. 
Motto— Hallelujah. 

Seat — Courtown,  Kilcock,  co.  Kildare.  Clubs — Naval  and 
Military,  Cavalry,  and  Kildare  Street. 

HENDK1CK-AYLMEK-   OF   KERDIFFSTOWN. 

HANS  HENDRICK  HEN- 
DRICK-AYLMER, of  Ker- 
diffstown, co.  Kildare, 
J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1894, 
Barrister  -  at  -  Law,  B.A. 
Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  23 
May,  1856  ;  m.  May,  1886, 
Florence,  dau.  of  Alex- 
ander Edwards,  of  Bally- 
hire,  co.  Wexford,  and  has 
had  issue, 

1.  CHARLES  PERCY,  b.  1887  ;  d. 
i  Dec.  1906. 

2.  Gerald  Hans,  b.  1897. 

1.  Muriel  Charlotte. 

2.  Violet    Lucy. 

Mr.      Hendrick  -  Aylmer 

assumed    the     additional 

surname  and  arms  of  HENDRICK  by  Royal  Licence 

in  1889. 


.20  Q 


IRELAND. 


Bagot. 


Lineage. — See  AYLMEK  of  Courtown. 


ist,  AYLWARD,  out  of  a  ducal  coroaet  or,  an  arm  embowed,  vested 


Arms — ist  and  4th,  aig.,  a  cross  sa.  between  four  Cornish  az.,  cuffed  arg.,  the  hand  ppr.  grasping  an  anchor  gold  ;  2nd,  TOLER, 
c  ioughs  ppr.  for  AYLMER  ;  2nd  and  3rd,  az.,  three  leopards'  faces  !  out  of  a  mural  crown  ppr.  a  fleur-de-lis  or,  charged  with  an  ermine 
c  ,  for  HENDRICK.  Crests — ist,  AYLMER,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet  |  spot,  sa.  Motto — Veriis"  et  fidelis  semper. 


,  a  chough  rising  ppr.  ;    2nd,  HENDRICK,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet 
•,  a  crescent  gu.     Motto — Hallelujah. 
Seat — Kerdiffstown,  near  Naas. 


TOLER-AYLWARD  OF  SHANKILL  CASTLE.     , 

HECTOR  JAMES 
OHARLES  TOLER-AYL- 
VVARD,  of  Shankill 
3astle,  co.  Kilkenny,  and 
Bloomfield,  co.  Ros- 
sommon,  J.P.  and  D.L. 
co.  Kilkenny,  High 
Sheriff  1886,  b.  13  June, 
1839,  assumed  by  Royal 
Licence,  dated  30  May, 
1884,  the  additional  sur- 
name and  arms  of 
AYLWARD,  on  succeed- 
ing his  uncle.  He  m. 
April,  1 894,  Emily  Mary 
Eliza,  only  child  of 
James  Butler,  of  Verona, 
Monkstown,  co,  Dublin,  and  has  issue, 

1.  HECTOR  JAMES,  b.  g  March,  1895. 

2.  Victor  George,  b.  n  Oct.  1897. 

Lineage. — This  family  is  of  antiquity  in  Ireland,  and  was 
settled  in  co.  Waterford  at  a  very  early  period,  where  ior  more  than 
three  centuries  it  was  in  the  enjoyment  of  large  possessions.  The 
first  on  record  is  RICHARD  AYLWARD,  of  Faithlegg,  co.  Waterford, 
from  whom  descended  a  family  which  became  possessed  of  Glen- 
sillan,  called  from  them  Aylwardstown,  and  other  lands  in  co.  ; 
Kilkenny. 

WILLIAM  AYLWARD,  of  Aylwardstown,  living  1562,  d.  about 
1608,  leaving  a  son 

PETER  (or  Piers)  AYLWARD,  of  Aylwardstown,  High  Constable  ! 
of  the  barony  of  Ida,  m.  Ellen,  dau.  of  Nicholas  FitzGerald,  cf  ; 
Gurteea,  co.  Kilkenny  (see  FITZGERALD  of  Turlough),  and  had  issue, 

NICHOLAS  AYLWARD,  of  Aylwardstown,  transplanted  to  co. 
Galway  in  1653,  m.  Ellen,  dau.  of  James  Keally,  of  Gowran,  co. 
Kilkenny,  and  had  a  son, 

PETER  AYLWARD,  of  Aylwardstown,  and  of  Shankill,  co.  Kilkenny, 
m.  Elizabeth,  eldest  dau.  and  eventual  co-heir  of  Sir  Richard  Butler, 
Bart.,  of  Polestown,  co.  Kilkenny,  and  by  her  (who  d.  21  Oct.  1708) 
had  a  son  and  successor, 

NICHOLAS  AYLWARD,  of  Shankill,  M.P.  for  Thomastown,  Sheriff 
co.  Kilkenny,  1742.  He  m.  5  Aug.  1719,  Catherine,  2nd  dau.  of 
Maurice  Keating,  of  Narraghmore,  co.  Kildare,  and  d.  1756,  leaving 
two  sons, 

1.  NICHOLAS,  his  heir.  2.  Peter,  who  d.  unm.  1801. 

The  elder  son, 

NICHOLAS  AYLWARD,  of  Shankill,  High  Sheriff  co.  Kilkenny 
1757  ;  m.  ist,  14  July,  1756,  Mary  (d.  Dec.  1767),  dau.  of  Benjamin 
Kearney,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

1.  PETER,  his  heir.  2.  Nicholas,  d.  unm. 

1.  Katherine. 

He  m.  2ndly,  April,  1769,  Susanna,  widow  of  Edmund  Waring  (she 
m.  2ndly,  Oct.  1772,  Rev.  Henry  Candler  and  d.  4  Aug.  1775).  He 
was  s.  at  his  death,  i  Aug.  1772,  by  his  elder  son, 

PETER  AYLWARD,  of  Shankill,  who  m.  Anne  Kearney,  of  New 
Ross,  co.  Wexford,  and  d.  1792,  having  had  a  son  and  heir, 

NICHOLAS  JOHN  PATRICK  AYLWARD,  of  Shankill,  bapt.  17  March, 
1787 ;  m.  1805,  Elizabeth  (d.  25  Feb.  1851),  eldest  dau.  of  James 
Kearney,  of  Blanchville,  co.  Kilkenny,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JAMES  KEARNEY,  his  heir.  2.  Nicholas,  d.s.p. 

3.  Peter  Charles,  d.s.p. 

1.  Mary  Anne,  m.  1835,  Rev.  Peter  Toler,  B.A.,  son  of  Rev.  John 
Toler,  Rector  of  Kenstown,  co.  Meath,  J.P.  co.  Cork,  and  d. 
1850,  leaving  by  him  (who  d.  May,  1883), 

HECTOR  JAMES  CHARLES  TOLEK  AYLWARD,  now  of  Shankill. 
Meriel  Elizabeth,  m.   1869,  R.  Devenish  (deceased),  and  has 
two  daus. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  Rev.  Clopton  Henry  Keogh. 

3.  Susanna.  4.  Waller. 

5.  Meriel,  m.  May,  1849,  Robert  Young,  of  Clonsingle,  co.  Tip- 

perary. 
Mr.  Aylward  d.  1832,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

JAMES  KEARNEY  AYLWARD,  of  Shankill,  b.  1811,  J.P.  and  D.L. 
co.  Kilkenny,  High  Sheriff  1837,  assumed  by  Royal  Licence,  1876, 
the  additional  surname  of  Kearney  upon  succeeding  to  a  moiety  of 
the  estates  of  his  kinsman,  JAMES  CHARLES  KEARNEY,  of  Blanch- 
ville, same  co.,  m.  1853,  Isabella,  dau.  of  Lieut.-Col.  Arthur  Forbes, 
32nd  Regt.,  and  widow  of  Beauchamp  Newton,  and  d.s.p.  i  Feb. 
1884,  when  he  was  s.  by  his  nephew,  HECTOR  JAMES  CHARLES 
TOLER,  now  TOLER-AYLWARD. 

Arms — Quarterly  :  ist  and  4th,  az.,  a  fleur-de-lis  between  two 
estoiles  of  ?ix  points  in  bend  dexter,  and  as  many  increscents  in 
bend  sinister,  or,  for  AYLWARD  ;  2nd  and  3rd,  arg.  on  a  cross  gu 
between  four  oak  leaves  vert,  a  fleur-de-lis  or,  for  TOLER.  Crests — 


Seat— Shankill  Castle,  Whitehall,  co.  Kilkenny. 


BAGENAL    OF    BENEKERRY. 

BEAUCHAMP  FREDE- 
RICK BAGENAL,  of  Bene- 
kerry,  co.  Carlow,  J.P. 
and  D.L.,  formerly  Lieut. 
45th  Regt.,  High  Sheriff 
co.  Carlow  1871,  b.  10 
Sept.  1846;  m.  5  July, 
1870,  Ethel  Constance 
Mary,  dau.  of  the  late 
Robert  Westley  Hall- 
Dare,  of  Newtownbarry, 
co.  Wexford,  and  has 
issue, 

1.  BEAUCHAMP     WALTER,     6. 
5    Jan.    1873  ;     »».    14    May, 
1903,  Marion  Cecile,  only  dau. 
of  Robert  Seymour,  of  Killa- 
noolie,  co.  Galway. 

2.  Charles  James,  b.  22  March,  1877. 

1.  Mary  Verena,  b.  4  April,  1871  ;  d.  unm.  13  Feb.  1889. 

2.  Violet  Ethel,  b.  24  Aug.  1882. 

3.  Kathleen  Prudence  Eirene,  b.  28  Dec.  1886  ;  m.  6  April,  1907, 
Capt.  William  Steuart  Burkett  Blackett,  Gren.  Gds.,  only  son  of 
late  Commander  A.  C.  S.  Blackett,  and  has  issue  (see  BLACKETT  of 
Wylaw). 

Lineage. — PHILIP  NEWTON,  of  Benekerry,  b.  1796,  High  Sheriff 
co.  Carlow  1833,  2nd  son  of  Philip  Newton,  of  Dunleckny  (see  that 
family),  by  Sarah  Bagenal  his  wife,  assumed  by  Royal  Licence, 
dated  6  March,  1832,  the  surname  and  arms  of  BAGENAL  only.  He 
»».  1838,  Georgiana  Thomasina,  dau.  of  Maj.  James  Boyd.  King's 
Dragoon  Guards,  of  Rosslare,  co.  Wexford,  and  Georgina  his  wife, 
2nd  dau.  of  Hon.  George  Jocelyn  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  RODEN,  E.), 
and  d.  24  June,  1856,  having  by  her  (who  d.  i  March,  1897)  had 
issue, 

1.  WALTER  PHILIP,  his  heir. 

2.  BEAUCHAMP  FREDERICK,  successor  to  his  brother. 

3.  James  Philip,  Indian  Telegraph  Staff,  b.  22  June,  1848 ;    d. 
unm.  at  Allahabad,  India,  4  June,  1869. 

4.  Philip  Henry,  B.A.  Oxon,  Barrister-at-Law,  General  Inspector 
of  the  Local  Government  Board  (17,  Clarence  Drive,  Harrogate), 
b.  18  June,  1850  ;    m.  15  April,  1884,  Harriot  Jocelyn,  dau.  of 
Walter  Hore,  late  of  Linfield,  co.  Limerick,  and  Marion  Jane  his 
wife,  dau.  of  Right  Rev.  H.  Griffin,  D.D.,  Bishop  of  Limerick,  and 

issue, 

.  Dudleigh  John,  b.  28  Sept.  1886  ;  d.  18  March,  1887. 
.  Philip  Hope  Edward,  b.  n  Feb.  1888. 
.  Nicholas  Beauchamp,  b.  5  July,  1891. 
.  Faith  Marion  Jane,  b.  6  Sept.  !889. 
_.  Georgina  Charis  Mabel,  b.  i  Sept.  1894. 

1.  Georgina  Elizabeth,  b.  15  Jan.  1839  ;  d.  17  Nov.  1910. 

2.  Lucy  Isabel,  b.  9  Dec.  1843  ;  d.  Feb.  1845. 

3.  Sarah  Catherine,  b.  9  Dec.  1844. 
His  eldest  son, 

CAPT.  WALTER  PHILIP  BAGENAL,  of  Benekerry,  b.  3  May,  1841, 
Capt.  i6th  Lancers  ;  d.  unm.  at  Bangalore,  India,  24  Nov.  1869, 
and  was  s.  by  his  brother. 

Arms — Barry  of  four  erm.  and  or,  a  lion  ramp.,  az.  Crest — An 
heraldic  antelope,  sejant,  vert,  attired,  unguled,  ducally  gorged 
and  chained  or. 

Seat — Benekerry,  Carlow. 


BAGOT   OF   ATTGHRANE   AND   BALLYMOE. 

MILO  VICTOR 

NEVILLE-BAGOT,  of 
Ballymoe,  and  of 
Aughrane  Castle,  co, 
Galway,  b.  March, 
1880 ;  m.  Oct.  1908, 
Maria,  only  dau.  of 
late  Signer  Boccacio, 
of  Turin,  Italy. 

Lineage.— EDWARD  BA- 
GOT, of  Hamstown,  King's 
Co.,  and  of  Walterstown, 
co.  Kildare,  b.  1620,  was 
a  Royal  Commissioner  for 
King's  Co.  1663,  and  High 
Sheriff  co.  Kildare  1677,  and 
King's  Co.  1680.  He  m.  1659, 
Catherine,  dau.  of  William  Colborne,  of  Great  Connelt,  Kildare,  and 
d.  i7ii,  aged  90,  leaving 


Bagwell. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


22 


1.  MILO,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Arthur,  executor  of  his  father's  will. 

3.  Christopher,  ancestor  of  the  Numey  and  Kilnoon  branches. 
1.  Elizabeth,  m.  James  Medlicott,  of  Dunmurry,  co.  Kildare. 

The  eldest  son, 

COL.  MILO  BAGOT,  of  Ard,  Newtown,  and  Kilcoursey,  b.  1660, 
m.  1770,  Margaret,  dau.  of  Edmond  and  sister  of  Col.  Andrew 
Armstrong,  of  Mauristown,  co.  Kildare,  and  d.  1739,  leaving 

i.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently.          2.  Michael,  d.sp.  1744. 

3.  Charles,  ancestor  of  BAGOT  of  Kilcoursey. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  W.  Armstrong,  of  Ballycumber,  King's  Co. 

2.  Mary,  d.s.p. 

Col.  Bagot  settled  Ard  on  his  eldest  son,  by  deed,  dated  i  May, 
1725,  and  Kilcoursey  on  his  3rd  son,  Charles,  by  deed  30  May, 
1734.  The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BAGOT,  of  Ard,  King's  Co.,  6.  1702,  m.  1728,  Mary  Herbert, 
of  Durrow  Abbey,  King's  Co.,  d.  1760,  leaving  issue,  1.  Milo,  d.s.p. ; 
2.  William,  d.s.p.;  3.  Charles,  d.s.p.;  4.  JOHN  LLOYD,  who  con- 
tinued the  family  ;  5.  Thomas,  d.s.p.  ;  and  two  daus.,  1.  Mary, 
d.s.p.  ;  2.  Margaret,  m.  Archibald  Armstrong,  of  Garry  Castle, 
King's  Co.  The  4th  son, 

JOHN  LLOYD  BAGOT,  of  Ard  and  Ballymoe,  Capt.  37th  Foot, 
and  A.D.C.  to  Lord  Cornwallis  during  the  American  War,  m.  1775, 
Catherine  Anne,  dau.  of  Michael  Cuffe,  of  Ballymoe,  son  of  Capt. 
Francis  Cuffe,  and  grandson  (by  his  wife  Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Caulfeild,  of  Donamon  Castle,  co.  Roscommon)  of  Capt.  Thomas 
Cuffe,  brother  of  Sir  James,  grandfather  of  James  Cuffe,  Lord 
Tyrawley,  and  of  Elizabeth  Cuffe,  alias  Pakenham,  created  Countess 
of  Longford.  He  d.  1718,  leaving  issue, 

1.  John  Cuffe,  d.s.p.  2.  William,  d.s.p. 

3.  THOMAS  NEVILLE,  of  whom  presently. 
1.  Cordelia.  2.  Louisa. 

3.  Isabella.  4.  Maria. 

He  was  s.  by  his  srd  son, 

THOMAS  NEVILLE  BAGOT,  of  Ard  and  Ballymoe,  b.  1784  :  m. 
1811,  Ellen,  dau.  of  John  Fallen,  of  Runnimead,  co.  Roscommon, 
and  Letitia  his  wife,  dau.  of  John  Lambert,  of  Milford  (son  of 
Walter  Lambert,  of  Cregclare,  by  his  second  wife,  Miss  Martyn, 
of  Tullyra  Castle),  by  his  wife  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  Henry  Burke, 
Bart.,  of  Glynsk  Castle,  co.  Galway,  by  his  wife  Cisley  Netterville, 
and  d.  8  Feb.  1863,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN  LLOYD  NEVILLE  BAGOT,  of  Ballymoe  and  Aughrane. 

2.  Bernard  William,  of  Carranure,  co.  Roscommon,  Barrister-at- 
Law,  J.P.,  b.  1818  ;    m.  ist,  1850,  Euphemia,  dau.  of  the  late 
Richard  J.  Hinds,  of  Rathgar,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1855)  had 
issue, 

i.  Richard  John  Hindes  (Rev.),  m.  1876,  Emily  Louisa,  eldest 
dau.  of  H.  L.  Bean,  and  d.  1880,  leaving  issue, 

Louisa  Mary  Frances. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1862,  Josephine  Isabella,  dau.  of  Joseph  A.  Holmes, 
D.L.,  of  Clogher,  co.  Sligo,  and  d.  22  Jan.  1899,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Frances  Letitia,  m.  31  Aug.  1889,  Lieut.-Col.  F.  M.  Glubb, 
R.E.,  D.S.O. 

2.  Isabella,   m.   2   Jan.    1891,   Maj.   Frederic   Pelham  Abbot 
Hardy,  Army  Service  Corps. 

3.  Charles  Augustus,  of  Dublin,  m.  1858,  Fanny  Louisa,  dau.  of 
A.  S.  Kerr,  and  d.  1877,  having  had  issue, 

i.  George  Hindes.  2.  Bernard  William. 

3.  William  Sidney. 

4.  Christopher  Neville,  of  Aughrane  Castle,  co.   Galway,  J.P. 
m.  8  Aug.  1875,  Alice,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Verner,  2nd  bart., 
M.P.  for  co.  Armagh,  and  d.  23  May,  1877,  leaving  a  son, 

William  Hugh  Neville,  b.  22  Oct.  1875. 

His  widow  m.  30  Oct.  1879,  Reginald  Wynne  Roberts,  and  by  him 

had  issue.    She  d.  9  July,  1908. 

1.  Letitia  Mary.  2.  Ellen,  d.  unm.  26  July,  1866.  ' 

3.  Catherine,  m.  Francis  Meagher,  of  Ballinderry,  co.  Tipperary.  ; 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  LLOYD  NEVILLE-BAGOT,  of  Ballymoe,  J.P.  cos.  Galway, 
Clare,  and  Roscommon,  b.  Nov.  1814  ;    m.  1846,  Anna  Georgina    I 
only  dau.  of  Edward  Henry  Kirwan,  of  Ballyturin  Castle,  co.  Galway, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  May,  1888)  had  issue, 

1.  EDWARD  THOMAS  LLOYD,  of  Ballymoe  and  Aughrane 

2.  Edward  Henry  Kirwan,  b.  1850,  'd.  unm.  1882." 

3.  John  Christopher,    of    Ballyturin    House,  Gort,  co.  Galway, 
J.P.,  b.   1856  ;    m.  20  Oct.  1891,  Anna  Catherine,  only  dau.  of 
Lieut.-Col.  William  Fleming,  late  95th  Regt.,  of  Mayfield,  Ash- 
bourne,  Derbyshire,  and  has  issue, 

i.  Mary  Eileen.  2.  Kathleen  Anna. 

4.  Charles  Henry,  of  Curraghmore,  Athleague,  co.  Roscommon,  > 
b.  May,  1860  ;    m.  10  Nov.  1891,  Georgina  Louisa,  4th  dau.  of 
John  Osborne,  M.D.,  of  Lindville,  co.  Cork,  and  has  issue, 

i.  Charles  Edward  Kirwan,  b.  3  June,  1895. 

1.  Anna  Georgina,  b.  14  Sept.  1892. 

2.  Gwendolin  Frances,  b.  8  Dec.  1898. 

1.  Anna  Isabella. 

2.  Ellen  Georgina,  m.  12  Dec.  1907,  Harry,  eld.  son  of  Henry 
Huggins,  of  St.  Anne's,  Lanes. 

Mr.  Neville-Bagot  d.  1890  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

EDWARD   THOMAS    LLOYD    NEVILLE-BAGOT,    of     Ballymoe   and 

Aughrane,  co.  Galway,  b.   1848,  m.  1876,  Ellen,  dau.  of    Francis 

Meagher,  of  Ballinderry,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.  Oct.  1890,  leaving 

one  son, 
MILO  VICTOR,  now  of  Ballyinoe  and  Aughrane,  and  of  Turin, 

Arms— Erm.  two  chevrpnels  az.  in  the  dexter  chief    point  a  ' 
trefoil,  slipped,  vert,  quartering  CUFF,  of  the  family  of  Lord  TYRAW- 
LEY.    Crest—  Issuing  from  a  ducal  coronet  or  a  goat's  head  ermines 
horned  of  the  first.     Motto — Antiquum  obtinens. 

Seat— Ballymoe.  co.  Galway,  and   Aughrane    Castle,  Ballygar 
co.  Galway. 


BAGWELL,  OF  MARLFIELD. 

RICHARD  BAGWELL,  of  Marlfield,  co.  Tipperary, 
J.P.,  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1869,  and  J.P.  co.  Water- 
ford,  b.  9  Dec.  1840,  educated  at  Harrow  and 
Christ  Church,  Oxford,  M.A.,  called  to  the  Bar 
at  the  Inner  Temple  1866,  late  Capt.  S.  Tipperary 
Artillery;  m.  9  Jan.  1873,  Harriette  I  hilippa,  dau. 
of  Philip  Jocelyn  Newton,  of  Dunleckney,  co. 
Carlow,  and  has  issue, 

i.  JOHN  PHILIP  (Chantry  House,  Melbourne,  Derbyshire),  6. 
ii  Aug.  1874;  m-  23  Jan-  I9°i»  Louisa,  youngest  dau.  of  the 
late  Maj. -Gen.  George  Shaw,  C.B.,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Richard,  b.  21  Oct.  1901. 

2.  William,  b.  1905. 

i.  Lilla  Cecily,  b.  26  Oct.  1902. 

1.  Emily  Georgiana.  2.  Margaret. 

3.  Lilla. 

Lineagre. — WILLIAM  BAGWELL,  M.P.  for  Clonmel  (son  of  John 
Bagwell,  of  Clonmel  and  Burgagary,  banker,  and  grandson  of 
William  Bagwell,  of  Ballyloughane,  living  in  1707)  ;  m.  1749,  Jane, 
dau.  and  co-heir  of  John  Harper,  of  Belgrove,  co.  Cork,  and  dying 
1756,  left,  with  three  daus.,  a  son  and  heir, 

JOHN  BAGWELL,  M.P.  for  co.  Tipperary,  and  Col.  of  the  Militia, 
who  purchased  Marlfield,  co.  Tipperary.  He  m.  1774,  Mary, 
dau.  of  Richard  Hare,  of  Ennismore,  and  sister  of  William,  ist 
Earl  of  Listowel,  by  whom  he  had  issue  (with  four  daus.,  Margaret, 
m.  John  Kelly,  of  Strancally  Castle  ;  Jane,  m.  Lieut.-Gen.  Sir 
Eyre  Coote  ;  Catherine,  m.  John  Croker,  of  Ballinaguard  ;  and 
Mary,  m.  Henry  Langley,  of  Brittas  Castle)  two  sons, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Richard  (Rev.),  Dean  of  Clogher,  who  m.  1808,  Margaret,  dau. 
of  Edward  Croker,  of  Ballinaguard,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  successor  to  his  uncle. 

2.  Edward    Bagwell    Purefoy,    of   Greenfield,    co.    Tipperary, 
formerly   Capt.    4th   Hussars,   Hon.   Col.   Tipperary  Artillery 
Militia,  High  Sheriff  co.  Tipperary  1856,  and  Vice-Lieut,  of 
the  co.  (see  PUREFOY  of  Greenfields')  ;  d.  2  July,  1883. 

1.  Margaret,  m.  Joseph  Gore,  of  Derrymore,  co.  Clare. 

2.  Mary,  m.  George  Gough,  of  Woodstown,  co.  Limerick. 

3.  Jane.  m.  Benjamin  B.  Frend. 

Col.  Bagwell  was  s.  at  his  decease  by  his  eldest  son, 

COL.  THE  RIGHT  HON.  WILLIAM  BAGWELL,  of  Marlfield,  M.P., 
a  Privy  Councillor  and  Muster-Master-General  for  Ireland,  at 
whose  decease,  unm.  1825,  the  estates  devolved  on  his  nephew, 

JOHN  BAGWELL,  of  Marlfield,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  co. 
Tipperary  1834,  M.P.  for  Clonmel  1857-74,  b.  3  April,  1811  ;  m.  21 
June,  1838,  Hon.  Frances  Eliza  Prittie,  sister  of  Henry,  3rd  Lord 
Dunalley,  and  d.  2  March,  1883,  having  by  her  (who  d.  17  April, 
1901)  had  issue. 

1.  RICHARD,  now  of  Marlfield. 

2.  William,   of  East   Grove,   Queenstown,   J.P.    co.   Cork,   b.    5 
March,  1849  ;    m.  1881,  Mary,  dau.  of  C.  Spring  Rice,  and    has 
issue, 

i.  John,  M.V.O.,  Lieut.  Norf.  Regt.,  6.  3  March,  1884. 

1.  Dorcas  Bousfield,  b.  1882. 

2.  Frances,  h.  1886. 

1.  Elizabeth,  d.  unm.  1886. 

2.  Margaret,   m.    1862,   John  Thornton   Rogers,   of   River  Hill, 
Kent. 

3.  Emily,  m.  1873,  J.  Carrington  Ley,  one  of  H.M.'s  Inspectors 
of  Schools. 

4.  Fanny. 

Seat — Marlfield,  near  Clonmel.  Clubs — Athensum,  Oxford  and 
Cambridge,  S.W.,  and  Kildare  Street,  Dublin. 


BAGWELL-PTJREFOY.     See  PTJREFOY. 


BAILIE    OF    RINGDTJFFERIN. 

The  late  MAJOR  JAMES  BAILIE,  of  Ringdufferin, 
co.  Down,  J.P.,  M.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Major 
(retired)  87th  R.I.  Fusiliers,  formerly  of  the  6oth 
Rifles,  served  ten  years  in  India,  and  had  the  medal 
for  the  Indian  Mutiny,  6.  31  Jrn.  1823  ;  m.  15  May, 
1850,  his  cousin  Charlotte  Jemima,  eldest  dau.  of 
Capt.  William  Cossart  Carleton,  4th  son  of  Very 
Rev.  Peter  Carleton,  Dean  of  St.  Patrick's,  and  d. 
28  Feb.  1896,  bur.  in  Killyleigh  Churchyard,  having 
had  issue, 

1.  Edward  Robert,  d.  in  infancy,  1855. 

1.  HARRIET  LOUISA.  2.  KATHLEEN. 

3.  LOUISA. 

Lineagre. — DAVID  BAILLIE,  of  Lamington,  the  second  son  of 
SIR  WILLIAM  BAILLIE,  of  Lamington,  and  Marion  his  wife,  dau. 
of  Sir  John  Seaton,  of  Sea  ton  (see  BAILLIE  of  Dochfour),  was 
father  of 

ALEXANDER  BAILLIE,  of  Dunraget,  b.  about  1540,  an  Officer  in  the 
English  Army,  who  purchased  the  lands  of  Innishargie,  co.  Dpwn, 
and  had  a  son, 


IRELAND. 


Baker. 


ALEXANDER  BAILIE,  of  Innishargie  and  Ringdufferin,  co.  Down, 
who  altered  the  spelling  of  his  surname,  was  b.  1587  ;  d.  20  Aug. 
1682,  leaving  issue, 

1.  John,  of  Innishargie,  b.  1623,  m.  Catherine  Gary,  and  d.  1687, 
leaving,  with  other  issue,  an  eldest  son, 

James,  of  Innishargie  House,  b.  1653  ;  m.  Jane,  dau.  of  Sir 
Francis  Annesley,  of  Castle  William,  co.  Down,  and  d.  1710, 
leaving,  with  other  issue,  a  son, 

John,  of  Innishargie  House,  co.  Down,  High  Sheriff  1725,  b. 
1697  ;  m.  Jane,  dau.  of  Mathew  Forde,  of  Seaforde,  co.  Down, 
and  d.  1759,  lea\ing,  with  other  issue,  a  dau.  Anne  Sarah, 
m.  William  Mercer,  of  Fair  Hill,  co.  Louth,  and  a  son, 
James,   of   Innishargie   House,  which   he  sold,  was  High 
Sheriff  1767,  M.P.  for  Hillsborough,  b.  1724  ;  m.  Anne,  dau. 
of  Francis  Hall,  of  Strangford,  co.  Down,  and  d.s.p.  1787. 

2.  EDWARD,  of  whom  we  treat. 
The  2nd  son, 

EDWARD  BAILIE,  settled  at  Ringdufferin,  m.  Elizabeth,  only 
dau.  of  J  ames  Dunbar,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 


Lineage. — THOMAS  BAKER,  the  first  of  this  family  who  settled 
at  Lattinmore,  co.  Tipperary,  went  to  Ireland  with  the  Lord 
Deputy,  Sussex.  His  widow,  Anne  Baker,  who  was  living  at 
Knockroid,  Barony  of  Clanwilliam,  8  July,  1642,  put  in  her  claim, 
and  that  of  her  son,  Walter,  as  sufferers,  in  1641.  This  son, 

WALTER  BAKER,  entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin  30  Sept.  1640,  aged 
17,  as  2nd  son  of  Thomas  Baker,  of  Lattinmore,  6.  at  Baiiuicallagh, 
1623.  He  got  a  re-grant  from  CHARLES  II  of  the  lands  of  Killenaliff, 
Lattinmore  and  Lattinbeg,  Yorticord,  and  Kilpatrick,  in  co.  Tip- 
perary, containing  1,200  Irish  acres.  This  patent  was  enrolled 
5  May,  1677,  and  it  states  that  the  lands  were  in  Thomas  Baker's 
possession  "long  before  the  Great  Rebellion"  of  1641.  He  m. 
Martha  Osborne,  and  left  issue,  three  sons  and  two  daus.  The 
2nd  son, 

RICHARD  BAKER,  of  Lattinmore,  co.  Tipperary,  s.  his  father. 
He  m.  and  left  issue,  a  son, 

WILLIAM  BAKER,  s.  his  father  in  his  estates,  and  purchased,  1700 
(from  Col.  Blunt),  the  estate  of  Lismacue,  and  was  High  Sheriff 
1  co.  Tipperary  1726.  He  m.  17  July,  1700,  Margaret,  eldest  dau.  of 


u.  o      ames     unar,  an    was  s.    y     s  ees   son,  co.      pperary  12.        e     .  1       uy,  100,     argae,       e         u.  o 

ALEXANDER  BAILIE,  who  became  the  absolute  purchaser  of  Ring-  |  Hugh  Massy,  of  Duntryleague,  co.  Limerick,  and  had  issue,  seven 


dufferin  in  1674.     He  was  s.  by  his  son, 

EDWARD  BAILIE,  of  Ringdufferin,  High  Sheriff  co.  Down  in  1730, 
who  d.  1774,  at  the  age  of  84.  His  2nd  son, 

JAMES  BAILIE,  of  Ringdufferin,  b.  1735,  J.P.,  Deputy-Governor 
of  co.  Down  ;  m.  1793,  Sophia  London,  and,  dying  1810,  was  s.  by 
his  eldest  son, 

JAMES  BAILIE,  of  Ringdufferin,  b.  1797,  Barrister-at-Law,  J.P. 
and  D.L.,  m.  ist,  1821,  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Very  Rev.  Peter  Carle- 
ton,  Dean  of  St.  Patrick's,  Dublin,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1825)  had  a 
son, 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1829,  Harriett  Alice,  dau.  of  Rev.  Henry  Mahon,  and 
had  by  her  three  daus., 

1.  Louisa  Anne,  d.  unm.  23  Dec.  1898. 

2.  Sophia  Emily,  dec. 

3.  Harriet  Alice  Gertrude. 

He  d.  June,  1863,  when  his  only  son,  JAMES,  s.  him  in  the  Ring- 
dufferin and  a  small  portion  of  the  old  Innishargie  estate. 
Seat— Ringdufferin,  Toy,  near  Killyleigh. 


BAINBRIDGE    OF    FRANKFIELD. 

JOHN  HUGH  BAINBRIDGE,  of  Frankfield,  co.  Cork, 
and  of  Elfordleigh,  Plympton,  S.  Devon,  Lieut 
R.N.,  b.  31  May,  1879  ;  m.  23  July,  1907,  Kathleen 
Irene,  only  dau.  of  the  late  Lewis  Sparrow,  of 
Strode,  Ivybridge,  Devon,  and  has  issue, 

Rose  Marie  Irene,  &.  20  Feb.,  1909. 

Liineag'e — Bainbridge,  originally  Baynbrig,  is  a  name  of  great 
antiquity  in  the  north  of  England. 

THOMAS  BAINBRIDGE,  of  Croydon  Lodge,  Burslow,  and  Portnells, 
Surrey,  and  Queen's  Square,  London,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of  Morgan 
Waters,  of  Tyfig,  co.  Glamorgan  (by  Grace  his  wife,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Swan,  of  Great  Coxwell,  co.  Berks),  and  widow  of  J.  Rowlandson. 
of  Lancaster  and  d.  8  Jan.  1830,  leaving  by  her  (who  d.  21  Dec. 
1834)  a  son, 

JOHN  HUGH  BAINBRIDGE,  of  Frankfield,  near  Douglas,  co.  Cork, 
m.  Jan.  1839,  Jane  Anne,  dau.  of  Henry  Westropp,  of  Richmond, 
co.  Limerick,  by  whom  (who  d.  g  Oct.  1859)  he  had, 

1.  JOHN  HUGH,  late  of  Frankfield. 

2.  Ernest,  b.  27  Feb.  1848  ;  d.  i  Dec.  1849. 

3.  Angelo  Coutts,  Indian  Civil  Service,  b.  18  April,  1850  ;    d.  in 
India,  1876. 

1.  Eleanor  Jane,  m.  3  June,  1863,  Robert  Samuel  Gregg,  D.D., 
Bishop  of  Cork,  Cloyne,  and  Ross  1878,  and  afterwards  Primate 
of  all  Ireland,  and  d.  26  June,  1893.     He  d.  1896,  leaving  issue. 

2.  Jane  Anne,  m.  July,  1886,  Rev.  Arthur  John  Spencer. 

Mr.  Bainbridge  was  accidentally  drowned,  10  June,  1877.  His 
eldest  son, 

REAR  ADMIRAL  JOHN  HUGH  BAINBRIDGE,  of  Frankfield,  co. 
Cork,  and  Elfordleigh,  Plympton,  Devon,  J.P.  co.  Cork,  sometime 
A.D.C.  to  the  Queen,  b.  31  May,  1845  ;  m.  14  Sept.  1875,  Rose 
Catherine,  dau.  of  Col.  Edward  Birch-Reynardson,  C.B.,  of  Rushing- 
ton  Manor,  co.  Southampton,  by  Emily  his  wife,  dau.  of  Vere  Fane, 
of  Little  Ponton  Hall,  co.  Lincoln  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WEST- 
MORLAND, E.),  and  d.  10  Aug.  1901,  having  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  HUGH,  now  of  Frankfield. 

1.  Kathleen  Grace  Fane,  m.   12  Sept.   1905,  Licut.-Col.  Hugh 
Fortescue  Coleridge,  D.S.O.,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Gwendolen  Eleanor,  m.  4  June,  1901,  Major  A.  B.  Fox,  Somer- 
setshire L.I.  (Sandpits,  Powick,  Worcester),  and  has  had  issue. 

3.  Dorothy  Emily,  m.  Lieut.  Bowles,  R.A. 

Seat — Frankfield,  Cork.  Residence — Elfordleigh,  Plympton, 
South  Devon. 


BAKER    OF    LISMACTIE. 

ALLEN  BAKER,  of  Lismacue,  co.  Tipperary, 
M.R.C.V.S.,  6.  24  July,  1881  ;  m.  7  July,  1910, 
Frances  Violet  (now  of  Ballinard),  eld.  dau.  of  the 
late  Lieut.-Col.  William  Cooper -Chadwick,  of 
Ballinard,  Tipperary  (see  that  family). 


sons  and  four  daus., 

1.  HUGH,  his  heir.  2.  Charles. 

3.  Thomas.  4.  Richard. 

5.  William.  6.  Walter. 

7.  Godfrey,  of  Cork,  m.  1744,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Peter  Cossart,  of 

Cork,  and  had  (with  two  daus.,  Elizabeth,  m.  Nicholas  Wrixon, 

and  Katherine,  m.  Thomas  Pope)  four  sons, 

1.  Godfrey,  m.  Margaret,  dau.  of  Hugh,  ist  Lord  Massy,  and 
by  her  (who  m.  2ndly,  Capt.  Wheeler,  R.N.,  and  was  mother 
of  Gen.  Sir  Hugh  Wheeler,  killed  at  Cawnpore)  had  issue, 

Godfrey  Hugh  Massy,  m.  Elizabeth,  only  child  of  Marma- 
duke  Grace,  and  had  an  only  dau.  and  heiress, 

Eleanor,   m.    1848,    Richard    Rogers   Coxwell    Rogers,   of 
Dowdeswell  Court,  co.  Gloucester,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Hugh,  m.  Miss  Phipps,  and  had  issue, 

(1)  Godfrey  Phipps,  Col.  H.E.I.C.S. 

(2)  George,   Capt.    R.A.,   m.   and  had  one  dau.,   m.   Capt. 
Monck,  22nd  Regt. 

(3)  Hugh   Cossart,   Maj.   H.E.I.C.S.,   m.   Mary   Popplewell, 
and  had  issue, 

Hugh  (Rev.),  d.s.p. 

Catherine,  m.  1865,  Augustin  William  Langdon,  and  has 

issue. 

(3!  Dorcas,  m.   Gen.  Peter    Stewart,    R.A.,    who    d.    1867, 
leaving  issue. 

3.  Peter,  d.s.p.  1813. 

4.  WILLIAM  MASSY,  Col.  H.E.I.C.S.,  settled  at  Fort  William, 
Glanmire,  co.  Cork  ;    m.  19  Feb.   1807,  Mary  Towgood,  only 
child  of  the  Rev.  Richard  Davies,  of  Dawstown,  co.  Cork,  and 
d.  12  Nov.  1829,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  GODFREY  THOMAS,  of  Fort  William,  b.  18  April,  1810  ; 
m.  1841,  Maria  Elizabeth,  4th  dau.  of  Charles  Silver  Oliver, 
of  Inchera,  co.  Cork,  M.P.,  and  by  her  (who  d.   14  June, 
1901)  left  issue, 

Godfrey  William,  b.  24  Oct.  1851  ;    d.  at  Heidelberg,  n 

Dec.  1865. 

Maria  Elizabeth  Thomasine. 

(2)  William,  Col.  H.E.I.C.S.,  m.  Frances  Roupell,  dau.  of 
James  Simpson,  and  d.  1877,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Godfrey  Alexander,  B..A.  Cambridge. 

2.  William  Savage,  B.A..T.C.D.,  Lieut,  soth  Regt. 

(3)  Richard  Davies,  Capt.  5  ist  Light  Infantry,  d.s.p.  1873. 

(4)  Hugh  Percy,  Capt.  Fusiliers,  d.s.p.  12  Jan.  1846. 

(5)  James  Swayne,  Capt.  R.E.,  d.s.p.  1871. 

(1)  Dorcas  French,  m.  Capt.   Francis  J.  Green,  of  Green- 
mount,  co.  Limerick,  and  d.s.p.  1830. 

(2)  Eleanor  Davies,  m.  3  Aug.  1843,  Edward  Hoare  Garde, 
and  has  issue. 

(3)  Katherine  Pope. 

(4)  Elizabeth,  m.  —  Bolton. 

(5)  Margaret,  m.  her  cousin,  the  Rev.  Godfrey  Massy,  of 
Mount  Sion. 

(6)  Alice,  m.  —  Shepherd.  (7)  Amy,  d.  unm. 
The  eldest  son, 

HUGH  BAKER,  of  Lismacue,  m.  1730,  Catherine,  dau.  of  Robert 
Ryves,  of  Ryves  Castle,  Ballyskiddane,  co.  Limerick,  and  d.  25  Jan. 
^772,  having  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Thomas,  m.  May,  1771,  Rose,  dau.  of  Sir  Nevil  Hickman,  Bt., 
had  one  son,  dec. 

3.  Hugh,  m.  Sydney  Coates,  and  had  issue. 

4    Walter,  d.  unm.  5.  Edward,  d.  young. 

6.  Kilner,  m.  ist,  9  Sept.  1783,  Elizabeth,  2nd  dau.  and  co-heir 
of  the  Rev.  Robert  Nettles,  Rector  of  Ballinamona,  co.  Cork,  and 
had  issue,  a  son  and  two  daus.  He  m.  2ndly,  the  dau.  of  Kilner 
Brasier,  by  whom  he  had  no  issue. 

1  Elizabe'th,  m.  May,  1759,  her  cousin,  the  Hon.  John  Massy,  d.s.p. 
2.  Margaret,  m.  Kilner  Brasier.  3.  Catherine,  d.  unm. 

WILLIAM  BAKER,  of  Lismacue,  Col.  Irish  Volunteers,  m.  Eliza- 
beth, 2nd  dau.  of  the  Very  Rev.  Charles  Massy,  of  Doonass,  Dean 
of  Limerick,  and  sister  of  Sir  Hugh  Dillon  Massy,  ist  bart.,  of 
Doonass,  and  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Hugh,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of  James  Reardon,  of  Tipperary,  and  d. 
1801,  leaving  issue, 

1.  HUGH,  who  s.  bis  uncle  at  Lismacue. 

2.  William,  Rector  of  Shronel,  co.  Tipperary,  m.  Sidney,  dau. 
of  John  Scott  Baker,  and  d.  1874  leaving  issue, 

Hugh  Sidney  (Rev.),  Preacher  of  St.   Patrick's  Cathedral, 
Cashel,  d.  1883. 


Balfe. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


24 


i.  Elizabeth,  d.  unm.  1867. 

3.  Charles  Massy,  Lieut.-Col.  i4th  Dragoons,  d.  unm. 

4.  Robert,  m.  Miss  Collins. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  Henry  Fry,  of  Frybrook,  co.  Roscommon. 

2.  Catherine,  m.  Johnstone  Stoney,  of  Oakley  Park,  King's  Co. 

3.  Grace,  m.  ist,  Richard  Taylor ;   and  andly,  Maj.-Gen.  Robert 
Philott,  R.A. 

4.  Margaret,  d.  unm. 

Mr.  Baker  d.  1808,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BAKER,  of  Lismacue,  s.  his  father  1808  ;  m.  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Roberts,  ist  bart.,  of  Brightfieldstown,  co.  Cork, 
but  d.s.p.  ;  he  was  murdered  27  Nov.  1815,  when  he  was  s.  by  his 
nephew, 

HUGH  BAKER,  of  Lismacue,  b.  i  Aug.  1798  ;  m.  Marion,  only 
child  of  Charles  Conyers,  of  Castletown  Conyers,  co.  Limerick, 
and  left  issue, 

1.  HUGH,  his  heir. 

2.  CHARLES  CONYERS  MASSY,  late  of  Lismacue,  which  he  pur- 
chased from  his  brother's  heirs. 

8.  William,  M.A. 

4.  Augustine  Fitzgerald  (Sir),  M.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Pres.  of 
Incorporated  Law  Society  of  Ireland  1903  (56,  Merrion  Square, 
Dublin),  b.  1851. 

1.  Marion  Elizabeth,  m.  George  Cole  Baker,  J.P.,  who  d.  1870. 

2.  Anne,    m     Lieut.-Col.    Morley    Stratford    Tynte    Dennis,    of 
Barraderry,  co.  Wicklow.     She  d.  Jan.  1900.     He  d.  1902. 

3.  Elizabeth  Henrietta,  m.  Robert  B.  Gordon. 

4.  Mary  Rachel,  m.  John  Twynam,  of  Soberton  House,  Hants. 
Mr.  Baker  d.  5  Nov.  1868,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

HUGH    BAKER,    of    Lismacue,    b.    1845  ;     m.    i    March,    1879,  J 
Frances  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Massy,  of  Kingswell,  co.  Tipperary,  j 
and  d.  9  July,  1887,  having  by  her  (who  m.  andly,  13  Sept.  1888, 
Ralph  Hall  Bunbury,  of  Noremount,  co.  Kilkenny)  had  issue, 

HUGH,  b.  i  March,  1880. 

Alice  Maud  Massy,  b.  21  Aug.  1883. 

CHARLES  CONYERS  MASSY  BAKER,  of  Lismacue,  co.  Tipperary,  ; 
J.P.,  B.A.  Worcester  Coll.  Oxford,  Barrister-at-Law,  b.  1847;  m.  \ 
10  June,  1880,  Harriet  Booth,  dau.  of  George  Allen,  of  Oakdale,  ' 
Surrey,  and  had  issue, 

1.  ALLEN,  now  of  Lismacue. 

2.  Conyers,  m.  Feb.  1911,  Susan  Dorothea  Geraldine,  2nd  dau.  I 
of   Archdeacon    Robert   Jones   Sylvester   Devenish,    Rector   of 
Cahir  (see  DEVENISH  of  Mount  Pleasant). 

3.  Massy.  4.  Dennis. 
1.  Irene. 

Hed.  12  Jan.  1905. 

Seat — Lismacue,  Tipperary,  co.  Tipperary. 


BALFE    OF    SOUTH    PARK. 

MICHAEL  JOSEPH  BALFE,  of  South  Park,  co. 
Roscommon,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1875  and 
1890,  Capt.  and  Hon.  Major  $th  Batt.  Connaught 
Rangers,  b.  10  June,  1850 ;  m.  29  July,  1885, 
Kathleen,  4th  dau.  of  John  O'Conuell,  D.L.,  and 
grand-dau.  of  Daniel  O'Connell,  of  Derrynane  Abbey, 
co.  Kerry  (see  that  family],  and  has  issue, 

1.  MICHAEL  EDWARD  JOSEPH,  b.  13  Oct.  1887  ;    m.  27  June, 
1911,   Harriet,   only  dau.   of   Richard   Galwey,   of  Ardsallagh, 
Cork. 

2.  Maurice  O'Connell  Francis,  b.  3  Dec.  1888. 

3.  James  Morgan,  b.  8  Oct.  1889. 

1.  Alice  Elizabeth  Mary  Angela.  2.  Kathleen  Mary. 

Lineage.— WALTER  BALFE,  of  Heathfield,  co.  Roscommon  (son 
of  Michael  Balfe,  by  his  wife,  a  dau.  of  —  Foster,  of  Mount  Foster, 
co.  Galway,  and  grandson  of  Thomas  Balfe),  m.  Jane,  dau.  of 
Nicholas  French,  of  Frenchlawn,  co.  Roscommon,  and  by  her 
had  issue,  two  daus.  (the  elder  m.  John  Invin,  of  Oran,  and  the 
younger,  m.  ist,  —  Taaffe,  and  andly,  —  Scully)  and  ten  sons, 

1.  MICHAEL,  his  heir. 

2.  John,  of  Lissadurn,  co.  Roscommon,  m.  a  dau.  of  Thos.  Smith, 
of  Fort  Castle,  King's  Co.,  and  had  two  sons  and  one  dau. 

3.  Nicholas,  d.  unm.  4.  Patrick,  d.  unm. 

5.  Edmund,    of    Marlborough    Street,    Dublin,    m.    Elizabeth, 
youngest  dau.  of  John  Dolphin,  of  Turoe,  co.  Galway,  and  left 
issue, 

i.  Nicholas,  m.  Miss  Dubourdieu,  and  had  issue. 

1.  Eleanor    Maria    Theresa,    m.    1853,    Thomas    Netterville, 
brother  of  Viscount  Netterville,  and  d.  7  March,  1855. 

2.  Maria,  m.  Dr.  Veitch. 

6.  Walter,  an  Officer  in  the  Army,  d.  unm. 

7.  George,  d.  unm.  8.  Richard,  d.  unm. 

9.  Christopher,  m.  Fanny,  3rd  dau.  of  Thomas  O'Conor,  of  New 
Garden,  and  left  one  son, 

Walter,  Lieut.-Col.  late  nth  Hussars,  m.  Miss  Esme  Mary 
Fitzgibbon  (d.  14  July,  1907),  and  d.  4  March,  1899,  leaving 
issue,  two  daus.,  of  whom  the  younger,  Frances  Esme  m. 
30  Jan.  1904,  Major  Frederick  Arthur  Fryer,  Inniskilling 
Dragoons,  son  of  Sir  Frederick  Fryer,  K.C.S.I." 

10.  James,   of   Runnymeade,   co.    Roscommon,    m.    Mary   Anne    \ 
younger  dau.  of  Edward  Martyn,  of  Tullyra  Castle,  co.  Galway,  I 
and  left  four  daus.,  his  co-heirs, 

i.  Mary,  m.  1852,  Col.  Charles  Raleigh  Chichester,  eldest  son 
of  Sir  Charles  Chichester,  K.C.T.,  and  d.  1871  (see  CHICHESTER- 
CONSTABLE). 


2.  Ellen,  m.  2  July,  1858,  Charles  Michael  Berington,  of  Little 
Malvern  Court,  co.  Worcester  (see  that  family),  and  d.  18  Aug. 
1868. 

3.  Jane,  m.  Capt.  Newton  Charles  Chichester. 

4.  Catherine,  m.  Col.  De  Morelle,  and  d.  leaving  a  dau. 
The  eldest  son, 

MICHAEL  BALFE,  of  South  Park,  m.  ist,  Sally,  dau.  of  John 
Dolphin,  of  Turoe,  co.  Galway,  and  had  by  her  an  only  child, 

Maria,  m.  Jeremiah  John  Murphy,  Q.C.,  late  a  Master  in  Chancery 

in  Ireland,  and  d.  leaving  issue. 

Mr.  Balfe  m.  2ndly,  1810,  Alicia,  dau.  of  Thomas  Smith,  of  Fort 
Castle,  Philipstown,  King's  Co.,  and  widow  of  C.  Taaffe,  and  by 
her  (who  d.  1834)  had  issue, 

1.  MICHAEL,  his  heir.  2.  NICHOLAS,  heir  to  his  brother. 

3.  PATRICK  JOSEPH,  successor  to  his  brother. 

4.  James,  m.  a  dau.  of  Charles  Hawkes,  of  Briarfield,  co.  Ros- 
common, and  d.  June,  1872,  leaving  two  sons,  Michael  and  James, 
and  five  daus.,  Caroline,  Alice,  Geraldine,  Katie,  and  Mary  Bella. 

1.  Anne,  m.  Patrick  Breen,  J.P.,  of  Castlebridge,  co.  Wexford, 
and  d.  1850. 

2.  Sarah,  m.  Thomas  Blake,  of  Glenloe  Abbey,  co.  Galway. 

3.  Kate   Mary,    m.    Morgan    O'Connell,    formerly   M.P.    for   co. 
Meath,  2nd  son  of  Daniel  O'Connell,  of  Derrynane  Abbey,  co. 
Kerry,  M.P. 

Mr.  Balfe  d.  1838,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

MICHAEL  BALFE,  of  South  Park,  who  m.  ist,  Sarah,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Redington,  of  Rye  Hill,  co.  Galway,  who  d.  1833  ;  and 
2ndly,  Catherine,  eldest  dau.  of  Bernard  Mullins,  J.P.,  of  Ballyeigan, 
King's  Co.,  and  of  FitzWilliam  Square,  Dublin,  but  d.s.p.  1839, 
when  he  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

NICHOLAS  BALFE,  of  South  Park,  who  m.  Jane,  dau.  of  Andrew 
Ennis,  of  Roebuck,  near  Dublin,  and  dying  s.p.  1856,  was  s.  by  his 
brother, 

PATRICK  JOSEPH  BALFE,  of  South  Park,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff 
1858,  late  Capt.  5th  Batt.  Connaught  Rangers,  b.  Sept.  1819  ;  m. 
5  Nov.  1847,  Anna  Mary,  2nd  dau.  of  William  MacDermott,  of 
Springfield,  co.  Galway,  by  Anna  his  wife,  dau.  of  Maj.  Bodkin, 
of  Rahoon  and  Kilclooneg,  co.  Galway,  and  d.  Dec.  1886,  having 
by  her  (who  d.  5  Sept.  1884)  had  issue, 

1.  MICHAEL  JOSEPH,  now  of  South  Park- 

2.  Nicholas  Dominick  Joseph,  b.  5  Aug.  1854  ;    m.  April,  1894, 
Margaret,  dau.  of  the  late  Sir  Patrick  Hackett,  Knt.,  and  has 
issue,  a  dau. 

3.  Patrick  Joseph,  b.  i  June,  1857. 

1.  Annie  Mary,  m.  14  June,  1869,  Charles  Edward  Hawkes,  of 
Briarfield,  co.  Roscommon,  J.P. 

2.  Katie  Mary,  m.  26  Feb.  1875,  Cornelius  Alexander  Keogh,  late 
of  Birchfield,  co.  Clare,  and  Oakport,  co.  Roscommon,  J.P. 

3.  Alice  Mary  Maude.  4.  May  Josephine  Ignatius. 
Seat— South  Park,  Castlerea,  co.  Roscommon. 


BALFOTJB,    OF   TOWNLEY    HALL. 

BLAYNEY  REYNELI.  TOWNLEY  BALFOUR,  of  Town- 
|  ley  Hall,   co.  Louth,   J.P.   cos.   Louth,  Meath  and 
Drogheda,  D.L.  co.  Louth,  High  Sheriff  co.  Louth, 
I  1885  and  1908.  M.A.,  Trin.  Coll.Camb.,  6.  15  April, 
i  1845  ;    »».  24  Jan.   1906,  Madeline  Elizabeth,  elder 
dau.  of  John  Kells  Ingram,  LL.D.,  formerly  Vice- 
Provost  of  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin. 

liineag-e.— SIR   WILLIAM    BALFOUR,    of    Pitcullo,     co.    Fife, 
Governor  of  the  Tower  under  CHARLES  I,  and  settled  in  Ireland  on 
the  purchase  of    an  estate  in  the  co.  Fermanagh,  from  his  uncle, 
i   Lord  Balfour,  of  Clanawley  (see  BURKE  s  Extinct   Peerages).     He 
)  m.  ist,  Helen,  dau.  ot  Archibald,  Lord  Napier,  and  had, 

1.  Alexander,  Col.  in  the  Dutch  Army,  m.  Elizabeth  Anne  Bueuch. 

2.  William,  served  in  the  Netherlands,  and  d.s.p. 

i  He  m.  2ndly,  Isabella,  a  Dutch  lady,  widow  of  Henry  Moore,  and 
by  her  had, 

3.  CHARLES,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Emilia,  m.  before  1657,  Alexander,  4th  Earl  of  Moray,  K.T. 
1.  Isabella,  m.  1649,  John,  3rd  Lord  Balfour,  of  Burleigh. 

3.  Susanna,  m.  Hugh,  Lord  Hamilton,  of  Glenawley. 
The  younger  son, 

CHARLES  BALFOUR,  of  Castle  Balfour,  m.  1665,  Cicely,  dau.  and 
heir  of  Sir  Robert  Byron,  of  Colwick,  Notts,  and  d.  May,  1713, 
leaving  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

1.  Lucy,  m.  ist,  1684,  Hugh  McGill,  of  Kirkestown,  co.  Down, 
and  2ndly,  1692,  Blayney  Townley,  of  Piedmont,  co.  Louth,  and  by 
him  (who  d.  22  Aug.  172)  had,  with  other  issue, 

i.  HARRY,  s.  his  uncle.  2.  BLAYNEY,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Another  dau. 
The  only  son, 

WILLIAM  BALFOUR,  of  Castle  Balfour,  attainted  by  JAMES  II 
1689  ;  d.  unm.  1738,  and  was  s.  by  his  nephew, 

HARRY  TOWNLEY,  of  Piedmont,  co.  Louth,  who  assumed  the 
name  of  BALFOUR,  under  the  will  of  his  uncle,  and  s.  to  his  estates 
in  co.  Fermanagh  (afterwards  sold  to  the  Earl  of  Erne),  b.  19  Dec. 
1693  ;  m.  1724,  Anne,  dau.  of  Col.  Henry  Percy,  and  d.  July,  1741, 
leaving  with  a  dau.,  Einelia,  a  son, 

WILLIAM  CHARLES  TOWNELEY  BALFOUR,  of  Castle  Balfour,  m. 
1754,  Mary,  dau.  of  Major  Thomas  Aston,  and  d.s.p.  21  Nov.  1759, 
and  was  s.  by  his  uncle. 

BLAYNEY  TOWNLEY  BALFOUR,  b.  1705  ;  m.  30  Nov.  1734,  nis 
cousin,  Mary,  dau.  and  heiress  of  Hamilton  Townley,  of  Townley 


IRELAND. 


Barcroffc. 


Hall,  and  relict  of  William  Tenison,  of  Thomastown,  co.  Louth, 
and  had, 

1.  Hamilton,  b.  1742,  d.  1746. 

2.  BLAYNEY  TOWNLEY,  High  Sheriff  co.  Louth  1771,  6.  1744; 
tn.  20  Feb.  1768,  Letitia,  dau.  of  Francis  Leigh,  M.P.  for  Drogheda, 
by  Anne  his  wife,  dau.  of  Henry  Bingham,  of  Newbrook,  co. 
Mayo,  and  d.v.p.  8  Dec.  1771,  leaving  issue, 

i.  BLAYNEY,  successor  to  his  grandfather. 

1.  Anna  Maria,  m.  1793,  Very   Rev.  Thomas   Vesey  Dawson, 
Dean  of  Clonmacnois,  and  nephew  to  Thomas,  ist  Lord  Cre- 
morne.     He  d.s.p.  1811,  and  his  widow  d.  1820. 

2.  Mary  Frances,  d.  untn.  1820. 

Mr.  Balfour  d.  1788,  aged  84,  and  was  s.  by  his  grandson, 

BLAYNEY  BALFOUR,  of  Townley  Hall,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  b.  28  May, 
1769  ;  m.  17  Oct.  1797,  Lady  Florence  Cole,  dau.  of  William 
Willoughby,  ist  Earl  of  Ennisk'illen,  and  by  her  (who  d.  i  March, 
1862)  had  issue, 

1.  BLAYNEY,  his  heir. 

2.  Willoughby  William  (Rev.),  for  forty  years  Rector  of  Aston 
Flamville-cum-Burbage,  co.  Leicester,  b.  10  Oct.  1801  ;   d.  unm. 
29  June,  1888. 

3.  Francis  Leigh,  b.  22  Feb.  1805  ;  d.  at  Honduras,  29  Oct.  1833, 
unm. 

4.  Arthur  Lowry,  b.  3  Dec.  1809,  Capt.  32nd  Foot ;  d.  in  India, 
13  July,  1850. 

5.  Lowry  Vesey,  Secretary  of   the  Order  of  St.   Patrick,   and 
Gen tleman-at- Large   to   the  Lord    Lieut.,   6.    30   March,    1819  ; 
d.  unm.  12  Feb.  1878. 

1.  Anne  Maria,  b.  5  July,  1800  ;  d»  unm.  1892. 

2.  Letitia  Frances,  b.  7  Nov.  1805  ;  d.  unm.  1885. 

3.  Florence  Henrietta,  b.  28  July,  1808  ;  d.  unm.  23  July,  1881. 

4.  Elizabeth  Sarah,  d.  unm.  1838. 

Mr.  Balfour  was  Member  of  the  Irish  Parliament  1797-1800,  for 
the  borough  of  Belturbet,  and  was  High  Sheriff  co.  Louth  1792. 
He  d.  22  Dec.  1856,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

BLAYNEY  TOWNLEY  BALFOUR,  of  Townley  Hall,  J.P.,  High 
Sheriff  co.  Louth,  1841,  Lieut. -Cover nor  of  the  Bahama  Islands 
1833,  b.  2  July,  1709  ;  m.  12  Jan.  1843,  Elizabeth  Catherine  dau.  and 
heiress  of  Richard  Molesworth  Reynell,  of  Reynella,  co.  Westmeath 
{see  REYNELL  of  Killynon),  and  d.  5  Sept.  1882,  leaving  issue, 

1.  BLAYNEY  REYNELL,  his  heir. 

2.  Francis    Richard   (Right   Rev.),   M.A.,   Assistant   Bishop  of 
Bloemfontein,  South  Africa,  b.  21  June,  1846. 

1.  Catherine  Florence  Agnes,  b.  17  Jan.  1858  ;   d.  unm.  13  Jan. 
1912. 

2.  Mary  Henrietta,  6.  23  Oct.  1860. 

Seat — Townley  Hall,  near  Drogheda,  co.  Louth.  Club — 
Sackville  Street,  Dublin. 

BAM.      See    STEWART-BAM. 

BANNATYNE  OF  FANNINGSTOWN  CASTLE. 
See  BANNATYNE  OF  HALDON. 


BANON    OF    BROTJGHALL    CASTLE. 

CHRISTOPHER  JAMES 
PATRICK  BANON,  of 
Broughall  Castle, 
King's  Co.,  D.L.,  J.P., 
High  Sheriff  1904,  b. 
17  March,  1863  ;  s.  his 
father  1873  >'  m-  X5 
Sept.  1908,  his  cousin, 
Rose,  only  dau.  of 
Valerio,  Count  Ma- 
gawly  Cerati  de  Calry 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage, 
Foreign  Titles). 

L  i  n  e  a  g  e — j  AMES 
O'BANON  had  issue, 

1.  EDWARD,  of  whom  next. 

2.  James,  Capt.,  who  after 
the  battle   of    the   Boyne 
accompanied     Sarsfield    to 
France,  where  he  left  issue. 

The  elder  son, 

EDWARD  BANON,  of  Rath- 
castle,  co.  Westmeath,  b. 
1636  ;  d.  1/05,  being  bur.  at 
Templemavally  Abbey.  He 
m.  a  dau.  of  O'Molloy  and  left 
issue  a  son, 

THOMAS  BANON,  of  Rath- 
castle,  and  Mearescourt,  co. 

Westmeath,  will  dated  4  Dec.  1765,  proved  1767  ;  m.  Mary , 

who  had  issue, 

1.  EDWARD.  2.  Christopher. 

1.  Anne. 
The  elder  son, 

EDWARD  BANON,  of  Meares  Court,  co.  Westmeath,  and  Rath- 
castle,  b.  1730,  and  d.  (will  proved  1804),  having  tn.  Catherine, 
dau.  of  Francis  Lyons,  of  Irishtown,  co.  West  neath,  by  whom  he 
had  issue, 


1.  Thomas,  of  Irishtown  House,  b.  1772  ;    d.  1856,  having  m., 
1807,  Bridget  Ellenor  (d.  1858),  dau.  of  George  Davys,  J.P.,  of 
Clonbonny,  co.  Longford,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

1.  Edward,  b.  1808;  m.  1844,  a  dau.  of  —  Masters,  of  Cregan, 
co.   Roscomnun,  and  d.  in  Australia,  leaving  issue,  a  dau., 
Elizabeth  Alice. 

2.  Richard  Davys,  Insp.-Gen.  of  Hospitals,  served  in  Sikh  War 
and  Indian  Mutiny,  b.  1812;    d.  1870  ;  having  m.  1849,  Adelaide, 
dau.    of    Thomas    Penny    White,    M.A.,    Cambridge,   by  his 
marriage  with  Elizabeth  Channing,  of  Fir  Grove  House,  Drox- 
ford,  Hants,  and  had  issue, 

(1)  Arthur,  Capt.  Indian  Army  (ret.),  b.  1850. 

(2)  Henry  Charles,  b.  1860. 

(3)  Frederick  Lionel,  Col.  late  Shropshire  L.I.,  A.A.G.  War 
Office,  served  in  Soudan  Campaign  1885,  and  South  African 
War  1899-1902,  b.  2  June,  1862  (i,  Sloane  Gardens,  S.W.)  ; 
m.   ii  Dec.   1890,  Helen  Mary,  dau.  of   Robert  McEweu 
Mcllwraith,  of  35,  Hans  Place,  S.W.,  and  has  issue, 

Ronald  Awly,  b.  20  March,  1893. 

(4)  Herbert,  b.  1864  ;  d.  unm.  1887. 
(i)  Mary. 

3.  Christopher. 

i.  Anne.  2.  Frances.  3.  Maria. 

2.  Edward,  b.  1776  ;  d.  1790. 

3.  Andrew,  b.  1777. 

4.  Christopher  (Rev.),  of  Oldtown,  b.  1778  ;  d.  1847. 

5.  JAMES,  of  whom  next. 

1.  Mary,  m.  John  FitzGerald,  of  Redmondstown,  and  had  issue. 
The  sth  son, 

JAMES  BANON,  of  Irishtown,  co.  Westmeath,  b.  1781  ;  m.  1808, 
Mary  Bridget,  2nd  dau.  of  Count  Patrick  Awly  Magawly  de  Calry 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  Foreign  Titles),  of  Temora,  King's  Co.  He  d. 
1847,  leaving  by  her  (who  d.  1833)  issue, 

1.  CHRISTOPHER,  of  whom  next. 

2.  Awly,  M.D.  (St.  Andrews),  Vice-Pres.  Roy.  Coll.  Surg.  (Ireland) 
1866-67,  b.  1812  ;  m.  2  June,  1840,  Jane  (d.  n  Feb.  1874),  dau.  of 
Henry  Lambert,  of  Carnagh  (see  that  family).     He  d.s.p.  1867. 

3.  EDWARD  JOSEPH,  who  s.  his  brother  Christopher. 

4.  Andrew,  of  Irishtown,  J.P.  ,b.  1823  ;  m.  1864,  Annie,  eldest  dau. 
of  Edward  Beatagh,  Q.C.,  and  d.  1891,  leaving  issue, 

i.  Awly  Edward  2.  Edward. 

3.  Andrew.  4.  James  Arthur. 

5.  Christopher. 

i.  Mary  Jeanette.  2.  Lucie. 

3.  Nannie. 

1.  Jeanette. 

2.  Mary  Frances,  m.  1856,  Gilbert  Nugent,  of  Jamestown  Court, 
co.  Westmeath,  and  d.  1887,  leavin-j  issue. 

3.  Ellen,  d.  unm. 

He  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

CHRISTOPHER  BANON,  of  Irishtown,  J.P.,  who  also  s.  his  cousin, 
Sir  Nicholas  FitzSimon,  D.L.,  M.P.,  in  the  Broughall  Castle 
Estates,  1849.  He  was  b.  1810  and  d.s.p.  24  May,  1863,  having 
m.  Marie,  relict  of  William  Sweetman,  being  s.  by  his  brother, 

EDWARD  JOSEPH  BANON  of  Broughall  Cas.le,  King's  Co.,  J.P., 
D.L.,  R.M.,  co.  Meath,  served  in  the  Crimean  Campaign  b.,  ? 
d.  1873,  having  m.  1857,  Ellen,  eldest  dau.  of  John  FitzGerald,  of 
Carrick,  co.  Tipperary,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

1.  CHRISTOPHER  JAMES  PATRICK,  now  of  Broughall  Castle. 

2.  Edward  Magawly,  b.  6  Aug.  1868  ;    m.  June,  1909,  Agnes, 
dau.  of  J .  B.  Manning,  of  Riverside  Drive,  New  York. 

1.  Ellen  Mary. 

2.  Frances  Patricia,  m.  Edward  Hamilton  Barry,  M.D. 

3.  Benedicta  Magawly.  4.  Josephine  Mary. 

Arms — Vert,  an  Irish  wolfhound  courant  arg.  between  three 
trefoils  slipped  or.  Crest — An  arm  in  armour  embowed,  the  hand 
grasping  a  sword  entwined  with  a  garland  of  trefoils,  all  ppr. 
Motto — Fidelis  et  constans. 

Seat— Broughall  Castle,  Frankford,  King's  Co. 


BARCROFT    OF    THE    GLEN. 

JOSEPH  BARCROFT, 
of  the  Glen,  Newry,  co. 
Down,  M.A.  Camb., 
B.Sc.  London  and 
Fellow  King's  Coll. 
Camb.,  b.  1872  ;  5.  his 
father  18  Nov.  1905  ; 
m.  5  Aug.  1903,  Mary 
Agnetta,  younger  dau. 
of  Sir  Robert  S.  Ball, 
and  has  issue, 

1.  HENRY,  b.  18  Oct.  1904. 

2.  Robert   Ball,  b.  4  May, 
1909. 

Lineage.  —  AM  BROSE 
BARCROFT,  of  the  Haigh,  near 
Foulridge,  and  afterwards  of 
Foulridge  Hall,  Lancashire, 
son  of  THOMAS  BARCROFT, 

of  Foulridge  Hall,  son  of  HENRY  BARCROFT,  of  Foulridge» 
younger  son  of  WILLIAM  BARCROFT,  of  Barcroft,  Lancashire  (who 
d.  1581),  where  his  family  was  seated  from  the  earliest  times  to 
which  records  extend,  down  to  the  middle  of  the  i?th  century 


Barrett. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


26 


(see  WHITAKER'S    History  of  Whalley).      Barcroft    passed   by    the 
marriage  of  one  of  the  daus.  and  co-heirs  of  Thomas  Barcroft,  of    j 
Barcroft,  last  of  his  line,  who  d.  1668  (great-grandson  of  William    i 
Barcroft,  above  mentioned),  to  the  Bradshaws,  and  afterwards  by 
purchase     to      the     Townleys.       Ambrose     Barcroft     m.    Mary, 
dau.   of  —  Hartley,   of   Wellhead,  near  Colne.      His  will,  dated 
30   Sept.    1641,   was  proved  at   Chester  9   May,  1668.      He   had    ! 
issue, 

1.  Thomas,   of   the  Haigh,  m.  Alice,  dau.  of  J.  Hargreaves,  of 
Heyroyd,  co.  Lancaster,  and  had  a  son,  Ambrose. 

2.  Ambrose  (Rev.),   Incumbent  of  Cavan,  went  to  Ireland  with 
his  brother.    He  left  a  dau.  Ellen,  m.  —  Burroughs,  of  Dublin. 

3.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

4.  John. 

5.  Paul,  of  York. 

6.  Robert,  settled   in   Bedfordshire,  and    was  ancestor  of    the 
BEARCROFT  family. 

1.  Mary,  d.  unm..  v.p. 

2.  Janet,  m.  John  Jackson,  son  of  Christopher  Jackson,  of  West- 
holme. 

The  3rd  son, 

WILLIAM  BARCROFT,  went  to  Ireland  and  settled  at  Ballylaklng, 
King's  Co.,  b.  at  Noyna,  near  Colne,  Lancashire,  4  Aug.  1612 ;  »w. 
ist,  Grace,  dau.  of  Henry  Rycroft,  of  Moss  House,  within 
Foulridge,  and  by  her  had  five  children,  who  were  drowned  with 
their  mother  when  crossing  to  Ireland  to  join  her  husband.  He  m. 
sndly,  Margaret,  dau.  of  Daniel  Bernard,  of  Allincot,  Colne,  co. 
Lancaster.  She  d.  at  Drumcooley,  King's  Co.,  1700.  He  d,  there 
2  Feb.,  1696,  and  was  bur.  at  Rosenallis,  4  Feb.  following.  By  his 
second  wife  he  had  issue, 

1.  AMBROSE,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Thomas,  d.s.p. 

3.  John,  a  minister  of  the  Society  of  Friends,  b.  3  June,  1664; 
m.   Elizabeth,  dau.    of    Henry  Tibbs.      He  d.  24  Nov.    1723, 
leaving  issue,   extinct  in   the  male   line.     His  will  was  dated 
24   Jan.  1723.     Her  wiU,   dated  9    March,    1739,  was    proved 
26  Nov.  1740 

1.  Ellen,  d.  unm.  27  Aug.  1678. 
The  eldest  son, 

AMBROSE  BARCROFT,  of  Drumcooley,  King's  Co.,  b.  at  Heigh. 
Thornton,  Yorks,  m.  Jane,  dau.  of  William  Slade,  of  Athlone, 
and  d.  at  Drumcooley,  4  May,  1687,  having  by  her  (who  m.  2ndly, 
—  Gribble)  had  issue, 

1.  Ambrose,  b.  4  April,  1680  ;  d.  unm. 

2.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Thomas,  b.  2  June,  1686,  d.  18  Nov.  1709. 

1.  Ellen,  b.  3  Nov.  1682  ;  m.  William  Favle. 

2.  Alice,  b.  26  Aug.  1684 ;  m.  Joseph  Medcalf. 
The  2nd  son, 

WILLIAM  BARCROFT,  of  Ballybritton,  King's  Co.,  b.  7  Feb.  1681 ; 
m.  24  May,  1705,  Ellen,  dau.  of  Joseph  Inman,  and  d.  at  Bally- 
britton 5  June,  1709,  having  by  her,  who  m.  2ndly,  Daniel  Bewley, 
had  issue, 

1.  Joseph,  of  Dublin,  b.  31  March,  1706  ;    m.  ist,  Molina,  dmi.  of 
Alexander  J  affray,  of  Kingswell,  near  Aberdeen,  and  had  issue, 
who  d.  unm.     He  m.   andly,  29  April,    1744,  Hannah,  dau.   of 
Jonathan  Thomas.      His  will,  dated  3  May,   1784,  was  proved 
23  Dec.  1784. 

2.  AMBROSE,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Elizabeth,  b.  13  June,  1709;  d.  2  Dec.  1709. 
The  younger  SDH, 

AMBROSE  BARCROFT,  of  Dublin,  b.  22  Aug.  1707,  m.  Abigail,  dau. 
of  Thomas  Wilcocks.  His  will,  dated  12  June,  1758,  was  proved 
24  Dec.  1760.  He  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

2    Thomas,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Francis  Penrose,  of  Waterford,  and 

had,  with  a  dau.,  two  sons,  Ambrose  and  Penrose. 

3.  Joseph.  4.  Ambrose. 
1.  Elizabeth. 

The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BARCROFT,  of  Dublin,  6.  n  Jan.  1734;  m.  17  Feb. 
1757,  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Pirn,  of  Lackagh,  Queen's  Co.  She  d. 
23  April,  1782.  He  d.  Dec.  1772,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Joseph,   b.    1 8  Dec.   1757;    m.  Anne,  dau.  of  —  Cartwright, 
and  d.  1810,  leaving  two  daus., 

1.  Mary,  m.  —  Wright. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  —  Bell. 

2.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  George,  b.  28  May,  1700;  m.  Mary,  dau.  of —  Hutchinson,  of 
Waterford,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Joseph  Inman. 

2.  William,  a  sea  captain,  accidentally  killed  at  Liverpool. 

3.  John,    \ 

1.  Sarah,   >  went  to  America. 

2.  Mary,    ) 

4.  Ambrose,  d.  an  infant. 
The  second  son, 

JOHN  BARCROFT,  of  Lisburn,  b.  30  Nov.  1758 ;  m.  Sarah,  dau.  of 
James  Hogg,  of  Lisburn  (uncle  of  Sir  James  Weir  Hogg,  Bart.). 
She  b.  21  March,  1856,  aged  82.  He  d.  30  July,  1815,  having 
had  issue, 

1.  JOSEPH,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Williun  James,  m.  Hannah  Wakefield,  dau.  of  Dr.  Hancock, 
and  had  issue, 

i.  Mary.  2.  Ruth. 

3.  John  Pirn,  m.  Anna,  dau.  of  Thomas  Malcomson,  of  Lurgan, 
and  d.  18  Feb.  1867,  having  had  issue, 

1.  John,  J.P.  co.  Armagh,  b.  14  Dec.  1836  ;   d.  7  Aug.  1907. 

2.  Thomas  Malcomson,  J.P.  co.  Armagh,  b.  17  March,  1838  ; 
d.  23  Nov.  1911,  leaving  issue, 

(i)  John  Pirn  (Rev.),  M.A.  Dub. 


3.  William,  b.  16  Oct.  1839  ;   m.  Sarah,  dau.  of  Joseph  Barcroft. 

4.  William  Greer,  b.  8  May,  1841. 

5.  Jonathan  Hogg,  b.  1842.     His  widow,  Margaret,  d.  7  Sept. 
1908. 

6.  Frederick. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOSEPH  BARCROFT,  of  Lisburn,  and  afterwards  of  Stangmore 
Lodge,  co.  Tyrone,  b.  1799  .'  m-  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Wandesford 
Wright,  of  New  York,  U.S.A.  She  d.  20  Jan.  1856.  He  d.  20 
Nov.  1855,  having  had  issue, 

1.  HENRY,  late  of  the  Glen. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  1864,  Sir  Samuel  Lee  Anderson,  Principal  Crown 
Solicitor  for  Ireland.     He  d.  1886.     She  d.  25  Sept.  1909. 

2.  Sarah,  of  Stangmore  Lodge,  m.  William  Barcroft. 
The  eldest  son, 

HENRY  BARCROFT,  of  the  Glen,  co.  Armagh,  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1890,  b.  1839  :  d.  18  Nov.  1905  ;  m.  1867,  Anna  (The  Glen,  Newry), 
dau.  of  David  Malcomson,  of  Melview,  co.  Tipperary,  and  had 
issue, ' 

1.  JOSEPH,  now  of  The  Glen. 

2.  David  Malcomson,  b.  1875. 

1.  Sarah  Richardson.  2.  Mary. 

3.  Anna  Henrietta. 

Arms — Arg.  a  lion  ramp.  sa.  in  the  dexter  chief  point  a  t-efoil 
slipped  vert.  Crest — A  demi  bear  rampant  gu.  muzzled  and  charged 
on  the  shoulder  with  a  trefoil  slipped  or. 

Seat— The  Glen,  Newry.     Club— Cambridge  University. 

BARRETT-HAMILTON.     See  HAMILTON. 
BARRINaTON- WHITE.    See  WHITE. 

BARRINGTON. 

See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  BARRINGTON,  Bart. 

BARRY    OF    FIRVILLE. 

FREDERICK  FRANCIS 
BARRY,  of  Firville,  co. 
Cork,  6.  3  Aug.  1859  ; 
m.  15  July,  1889,  Wini- 
fride  Mary  (d.  14  July, 
1907), dau.  of  E. Ingress 
Bell,  F.R.I. B.A.,  of  St. 
Stephen's,  Sutton, Sur- 
rey, and  has  issue, 

1.  Magdalen  Phyllis,  b.   24 
April.  1890. 

2.  Helen  Mary,  b.  22  May, 
1902. 

liineag-e.  —  MICHAEL 
BARRY,  of  Elm  Park,  Farran 
co.  Cork,  b.  1783  ;  m.  21  Feb. 
1804,  Eliza  (b.  1781),  dau.  of 
Valentine  McSwiney,  ot  Mac- 
room,  co.  Cork,  and  had  issue, 

1.  James,  b.  1805. 

2.  Valentine,  b.   1808  ;    m. 
McSwiney,  d.s.p. 

3.  Charles,  b.  1809.  4.  MICHAEL,  of  whom  next. 

5.  Thomas,  b.  1814  ;  m.  a  dau.  of  Ellen  Hardinge,  dau.  of  Henry 
Harding,  of  Firville,  Macroom,  co.  Cork,  and  had  issue  with  a 
son  who  d.  unm. 

Michael  of  Firville,  Macroom,  which  property  he  inherited  from 

his  mother,  d.s.p.  1908. 

Ellen. 
1.  Eliza,  b.  1812  ;  d.  unm., 

M^CHAET BARRY,  M.R.I.A.,  Barrister-at-Law,  Professor  of  Law, 
Queen's  University,  Ireland,  b.  24  Sept.  1810  ;  d.  24  June,  1869, 
m.  20  June,  1835,  Helen,  dau.  of  James  Hardman,  of  Clough  Hall, 
Kenyon,  Lanes.,  and  Devonshire  Place,  London,  by  whom  he 
had  issue, 

1.  MICHAEL  THOMAS  RICHARD,  of  whom  next. 

1.  Sarah,  b.  19  Aug.  1837  ;  m.  1873,  as  his  2nd  wife,  James  Fitz- 
gerald Lombard  (see  LOMBARD  of  South  Hill). 

2.  Helen,  b.  3  May,  1839  ;  m.  as  his  2nd  wife,  25  Sept.  1883, 
M.  J.  Clery,  J.P.  co.  Limerick,  of  Moorfield,  co.  Dublin,  who  d.s.p. 

3.  Anne,  b.  n  April,  1842;    m.  14  Sept.  1868,  W.  A.  Craig,  of 
Crotonstown  House,  co.  Kildare,  J.P.,  M.R.I.A.,  and  has  issue. 

4.  Henrietta,  b.  30  June,  1843. 

5.  Celia,  a  nun,  b.  22  May,  1845. 
The  only  son, 

THE  HON.  MICHAEL  THOMAS  RICHARD  BARRY,  Acting  Chiet 
Justice  of  Gold  Coast,  b.  16  April,  1836  ;  d.  1866  ;  m.  7  Oct. 
1858,  Laura  Frances,  dau.  of  John  Rorke,  of  Tyrrelstown,  co. 
Dublin,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  FREDERICK  FRANCIS,  now  of  Firville. 

1.  Mary   Helen,  m.  as  his  2nd  wife,  2  Feb.  1886,  Aime  F.  Pitel, 
of  the  Wintons,  East  Croydon,  Surrey,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Laura,  m.  A.  de  Massias,  killed  with  all  issue  in  the  disaster  at 
St.  Pierre,  Martinique. 

Arms — Barry  of  six  arg.  and  gu.,  on  a  chief  vert,  a  ship  between 
two  trefoils  slipped  or.  Crest—  Out  of  a  castle  with  two  towers  or, 
a  wolf's  head  per  pale  arg.  and  gu.,  langued  of  the  last.  -  Motto — 
Boutez  en  avant. 

Seat— Firville,  Macroom,  co.  Cork.  Residence— St.  Helens, 
Wallington,  Surrey. 


IRELAND. 


Barry. 


BARRY    OP 

HENRY          JOSEPH 
ARTHUR  ROBERT 

BRUNO  STAND  ISH 

BARRY,  of  Leamlara, 
co.  Cork,  J.P.,  6.  8  Nov. 
1873  ;  m.  1  8  April, 
1  899,  Eleanor  Lilian 
Helene,  dau.  of  Maj.- 
Gen.  C.  B.  Lucie- 
Smith,  M.S.C.,  and  has 


LEAMLARA. 


ssue, 

1.  CHARLES  HENRY  JOSEPH 
ROBERT  GARRETT  STAND- 
ISH,  b,  g  Feb.  1900. 

1.  Marcella  Standish. 

2.  Margaret  Standish. 
Lineage.—  JOHN  BARRY, 

of  Leamlara,  temp.  CHARLES 

I,     m.     Isabel     Nagle,     of 

Moneanimie,  and  had  a  son, 

GARRETT,  his  heir.      By  a  grant  from    CHARLES    I,  in  the  isth 

year  of  his  reign  (1636),  the  family  estates  were  confirmed  to  this 

proprietor.     John  Barry  was  s.  by  his  son, 

GARRETT  BARRY,  of  Lemlara,  or  Leamlara,  who  obtained  from 
CHARLES  II  a  confirmatory  grant  of  Leamlara.  He  m.  Ellen,  dau. 
of  Daniel  Duff  O'Cahill,  by  Ellen  his  wife,  dau.  of  M'Cartie  Reagh. 
He  was  s.  at  his  decease  by  his  son, 

DAVID  BARRY,  of  Leamlara,  who  m.  Catherine,  dau.  of  Standish 
Grady.  of  E'ton,  co.  Limerick,  and  was  father  of 

STANDISH  BARRY,  of  Leamlara,  who  m.  1708,  Eleanor,  dau.  of 
Thady  Quin,  of  Adare,  co.  Limerick,  and  had  issue,  three  sons, 
DAVID  ;  GARRETT  ;  and  John,  d.  unm.  ;  and  six  daus.,  Catherine, 
m.  Joseph  Anthony;  Elizabeth,  m.  Patrick  Lacy,  of  Miltown,  co. 
Limerick,  whose  dau.  was  mother  of  Sir  De  Lacy  Evans,  K.C.B.; 
Margaret,  m.  John  Stack  ;  Mary  ;  Eleanor  ;  and  Anne,  m.  Simon 
Haly,  of  Ballyhally.  The  eldest  son, 

DAVID  BARRY,  of  Leamlara,  dying  without  issue,  was  s.  by  his 
brother, 

GARRETT  BARRY,  of  Leamlara,  who  m.  Mary  Anne  Hussey,  dau. 
of  the  Baron  of  Galtrim,  and,  dying  in  1786,  left  with  two  daus., 
Anne,  wife  of  Timothy  Deasy,  and  Eleanor,  wife  of  Hatton  Conron, 
a  son, 

STANDISH  BARRY,  of  Leamlara,  who  m.  July,  1787,  Margaret,  dau. 
of  Philip  Roche,  of  Limerick  (see  ROCHE  of  Granagh  Castle),  and 
had  three  sons  and  three  daus., 

1.  GARRETT  STANDISH,  his  heir.          2.  John,  d.  unm.  1833. 

3.  HENRY  STANDISH,  who  s.  his  brother  as  male  hdr  of   the 

family,  1864. 

1.  Margaret,  m.  Thomas  Butler,  of  Ballycarron. 

2.  PENELOPE,  of  Leamlara,  who  purchased  the  estate  from  her 
eldest  brother,  and  is  deceased. 

3.  Anne. 

Mr.  Barry  d.  April,  1821,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son. 

GARRETT  STANDISH  BARRY,  of  Leamlara,  co.  Cork,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff  1830.  Mr.  Barry  was  the  first  Catholic  Member  of 
Parliament  elected  by  the  co.  Cork,  after  the  Act  of  Emancipation 
in  1829.  He  d.  26  Dec.  1864,  and  was  5.  in  the  representation  of 
the  family  by  his  next  surviving  brother, 

HENRY  STANDISH  BARRY,  of  Leamlara,  m.18^6,  Angelina,  youngest 
dau.  of  William  Brander,  of  Mordeii  Hall,  Surrey,  and  ^.31  Aug. 
1870,  leaving  a  son  and  successor, 

CHARLES  STANDISH  BARRY,  of  Leamlara,  co.  Cork,  J.P.,  b.  1847  ; 
m.  5  Aug.  1869,  Hon.  Margaret  Mary  Southwell,  dau.  of  Lieut.- 
Col.  Hon.  Arthur  Francis  Southwell,  and  sister  of  the  4th  Viscount 
Southwell,  K.P.,  and  d.  10  Nov.  1897,  leaving  issue, 

HENRY   JOSEPH   ARTHUR    ROPERT    BRUNO   STANDISH,    now    of 

Leamlara. 

Winifred  Mary  Standish,  d.  unm.  15  May,  1892. 

Arms  —  Arg.,  three  bars  gemels,  gu.  Crest  —  A  castle  arg.,  from 
the  top  issuing  a  wolf's  head  sa.  Motto  —  Boutez  en  avant. 

Seat—  Leamlara  House,  Carrigtuohill,  co.  Cork. 

BARRY    OF    SANDVILLE. 

JAMES  GRENE  BARRY,  of 
Sandville,  and  of  Bellevue, 
co.  Limerick,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
b.  20  April,  1841  ;  m.  20  June, 
1  88  1,  Mary  Elizabeth,  only 
dau.  of  Thomas  Kane,  M.D., 
J.P.,  of  Whitehall,  Limerick, 
and  has  issue, 

1.  JAMES  THOMAS,  B.A.  and  B.E. 
Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  8  June,  1882. 

2.  Gerald,  of  Thurles,  M.R.C.V.S.. 
b.  18  Dec.  1883. 

3.  Donal,  b.  29  Sept.  1885,  Assist. 
Commissioner,  Malay  Fed.  States 
Police. 

4.  William,  b.  2  April,  1887. 

5.  John,  b.  30  Dec.  1893. 

1.  Mary  Nesta,  b.  6  Dec.  1888. 

2.  Anna  Maud,  b.  5  Feb.  1892. 


Lineage.— By  an  Inquisition  taken  at  St.  Francis*  Abbey, 
1  Limerick,  dated  12  March,  1623,  DONAL  BARRY,  of  Ballyguybeg, 
in  the  barony  of  Clanwilliam,  co.  Limerick  (who  d.  30  April, 
1612),  was  found  to  have  held  in  fee  ultra  reprisas,  the  lands 
of  Ballyguybeg  and  Bohergar.  By  his  wife,  Sabina  O'Hea  (living 
12  March,  1623),  he  had  issue, 

1.  DONAL,  his  heir. 

2.  David,  was  father  of  MacDavid  Barry,  of  Farnane,  who  was  6. 
1648  ;  d.  6  July,  1736,  having  had  issue,  by  his  wife  (who  d.  1737), 

1.  Michael,  of  Farnane,  d.s.p.  1748. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Rathwood.  3.  Edmund. 
4.  David. 

i.  Mary,  m.  R.  Hayes,  of  Killuragh. 

3.  Edmund.  4.  Lewis. 
1.  Elizabeth. 

The  eldest  son, 

DONAL  BARRY,  b.  1588,  aged  24  years  at  his  father's  death  ;  m. 
Joanna,  dau.  of  John  Bourke,  of  Brittas.  co.  Limerick,  and  d. 
1633.  There  is  an  elaborate  inscription  on  his  tomb  and  his  coat  of 
arms,  with  the  crescent,  distinguishing  his  descent  from  a  2nd  son  ; 
he  is  described  as  the  "  very  noble  "  of  the  "  ancient  race  of  Barry  " 
who  had  "  served  his  country  with  liberality."  Donal  Barry  had 
issue, 

1.  DONAL,  who  s.,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  O'Ryan,  of  Annagh,  co. 
Limerick.     Having  joined  the  confederate  Catholics  in  1642,  his 
property  was  confiscated,  and  he  and  his  family  transplanted 
across  the  Shannon  (certificate  of  transplantation  dated  19  Dec. 
1653).     This  branch  of  the  family  became  extinct  on  the  death  of 
James  Barry  in  1766. 

2.  DAVID,  of  whom  next.  3.  Edmund. 

4.  Thomas. 
The  2nd  son, 

DAVID  BARRY,  of  Fryarstown,  m.  the  dau.  and  co-heiress  of 
William  Ryan,  of  Clonkeen,  and  d.  after  1655,  leaving  issue,  JOHN, 
and  Gerald  (or  Garrett).  The  elder  son, 

JOHN  BARRY,  of  Fryarstown,  had  issue,  GARRETT,  David,  and 
Thomas.  The  eldest  son, 

GARRETT  BARRY,  of  Fryarstown,  m.  a  dau.  of  Raleigh  of  Ballin- 
goulagh,  by  whom  he  had  JOHN,  Garrett,  and  Daniel  (or  Donal). 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BARRY,  of  Fryarstown,  d.  1761.  By  his  wife  Mary  Burke, 
of  Lodge,  he  had  issue,  a  dau.,  Mary,  and  a  son, 

JAMES  BARRY,  of  Fryarstown,  b.  4  Feb.  1749  ;  m.  3  Nov.  1767, 
Anastatia,  dau.  of  M.  Bourke,  of  Askeaton,  and  d.  i  May,  1819, 
having  had  issue, 

1.  James,  of  Rockstown,  b.  3  May,   1771  ;    m.  10  Feb.   1812. 
Mary,  dau.  of  John  Molony,  of  Cragg,  co.  Clare  (see  that  family), 
and  d.  25  f  uly,  1828,  leaving  issue,  three  daus., 

1.  Dilliana,  of  Rockstown,  m.  n  July,  1846,  Ralph  Westropp 
Brereton,  of  Ballyadams,  Queen's  Co.,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Mary,   m.   8  Jan.    1833,   Henry  Potter,  of  Ballynolan,  co. 
Limerick. 

3.  Alice,  m.  10  Oct.  1841,  Chartres  Brew  Molony,  of  Ennis, 
and  left  issue. 

2.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Thomas,  b.  1783,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Jasper  Hartwell,  of  Bruff, 
d.  1837,  and  leaving  issue. 

The  2nd  ^on, 

JOHN  BARRY,  of  Fryarstown  (now  Sandville),  b.  20  Feb.  1779  ;  m. 
13  Feb.  1804,  Mary",  dau.  of  R.  O'Shaughnessy,  of  Friarstown 
Lodge,  and  by  her  (who  d.  3  April.  1855)  had  issue, 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Caherline,  b.  1809  ;    m.  26  Aug.  1835,  Margaret, 
dau.  of  M.  Bourke,  of  Ballyglass,  and  by  her  (who  a.  14  Dec. 
1860)  had  issue.     He  d.  22  March,  1866,  and  was  bur.  at  Sand- 
hurst, Australia. 

3.  John,  of  Sandville.  b.  1824  ;  d.s.p.  10  Nov.  1860. 

1.  Marianne,  m.  27  Feb.  1843,  John  Ball  (who  d.  15  Feb.  1849), 

and  d.  14  March,  1901,  leaving  issue. 
Mr.  Barry  d.  29  Aug.  1839,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

JAMES 'BARRY,  of  Bellevue,  Croom,  co.  Limerick,  J.P.,  b.  17  Nov. 
1805  ;  m.  ist,  18  July,  1833,  Christina,  dau.  of  Daniel  Cianchy, 
D.L.,  of  Charleville.  She  d.s.p.  6  May,  1835.  He  m.  2ndly,  29 
Nov.  1837,  Maria  Helena,  dau.  of  John  Grene,  of  Cappamurra, 
Cashel,  of  an  ancient  Kent  family,  and  d.  3  Sept.  1856,  having 
by  her  (who  d.  2  June,  1878)  had  issue, 

1.  JAMES  GRENE,  his  heir. 

2.  Albert  (Rev.),  C.S.S.R.,  of  Mount    St.  Alphonsus,  Limerick, 
b.  23  May,  1842  ;  d.s.p.  3  June,  1909. 

3.  William,  of  Buenos  Ayres,  b.  21  Oct.  1850. 

4.  Nicholas,  of  Limerick,  b.  5  Aug.  1853. 

5.  John,  of  Victoria,  Australia,  b.  27  Nov.  1856. 

1.  Annie,  b.  14  June,  1844  ;  m.  30  Nov.  1867,  Thomas  Butler,  of 
Suirvale,  Tipperary,  and  d.  14  Jan.  1898,  leaving  issue. 

2.  Mary,  b.  29  April,  1855. 

Arms — Arg.  three  bars  gemel  gu.,  a  bordure  and  hi.  chief  a 
crescent  az.  for  difference.  Crest — Out  of  a  castle  arg.  charged 
with  a  crescent  as  in  the  arms,  a  wolf's  head  sa.  Motto — Bouter 
en  avant. 

Seat — Sandville  House,  Ballyneety  ;  and  Bellevue,  Croom,  co. 
Limerick.  Club — County  Club,  Limerick. 


BARRY    OF    CASTLE    COR. 

WILLIAM  NORTON  BARRY,  of  Castle  Cor,  co.  Cork, 
J.P.,  b.  20  June,  1859  ;  m.  ist,  Feb.  1 88 1,  Constance 
Marianne,  3rd  dau.  of  Frederick  John  Walker,  of  The 


Barry. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


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Priory,  Bathwick.  He  m.  2ndly,  I  June,  1899, 
Adelaide  Maude,  5th  dau,  of  Sir  John  Wrixon  Becher, 
3rd  bart. 

Lineage. — RICHARD  BARRY,  m.  15  June,  1754,  Mary  Norton, 
.and  had  issue, 

RICHARD    BARRY,    nth    Hussars,    m.    Eliza,    dau.    of    Darby  j 
•O'Grady,  of   Rockbarton,  co.    Limerick,   and  sister  of   Standish, 
ist  Viscount  Guillamore,  purchased  the  estate  of  Castle  Cor  from 
the  family  of  Deane  Freeman,  and  had  issue  (with  a  dau.,  Frances,  ' 
m.  July,   1833,   Dudley  Persse,  of   Roxborough,  see  that  family) 
•a  son  and  heir, 

WILLIAM  NORTON  BARRY,  of  Castle  Cor,  J.P.,  Major  8th  Hussars  ;  | 
b.  1820  ;   m.  ist,  1845,  Arabella,  dau.   of  Col.  Persse,  by  whom  he 
had  a  dau.  Elizabeth,  m.  Oct.  1868,  John  Short,  of  Bickham,  co.  j 
Devon.     He  m.  andly,  19  Jan.  1856,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  William 
Wrixon-Becher,  ist  bart.  of   Ballygiblin,  and  d.  1871,  leaving  by 
her  (who  d.  22  May,  1906),  with  a  dau.,  Frances  Norton,  b.  1861  ; 
^.  1862,  a  son  and  heir,  WILLIAM  NORTON,  now  of  Castle  Cor. 

Seat— Castle  Cor,  Kanturk,  co.  Cork  ;  and  Derry  Keel,  Gort,  co. 
•Galway.     Club — Army  and  Navy. 


BTJRY-BARRY    OF   BALLYCLOTJGH. 

JAMES         ROBERT 
(BARRY)  BURY  - 

BARRY,  of  Bally  - 
clough,  co.  Cork,  J.P., 
High  Sheriff  1910,  b. 
.3  Jan.  1875  ;  s.  his 
.great-uncle  in  1888, 
when  he  assumed,  by 
Royal  Licence,  12 
Jan.  1889,  the  ad- 
ditional name  of 
BARRY  ;  m.  3  Oct. 
1906,  Judith  Isabel, 
only  dau.  of  W.  R. 
Ringrose-Voase,  J.P., 
of  Anlaby  House,  Yorks.  (see  that  family),  and  has 
issue, 

Nesta  Anne. 

.Lineag-e. — REDMOND  BARRY,  of  Lisnegar  and  Rathcormack, 
co.  Cork,  M'Adam  Barry,  m.  ist,  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Boyle,  of 
Castle  Lyons,  co.  Cork,  ard  had  issue,  a  son  and  two  daus., 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir. 

1.  Anne,  m.  Samuel  Hartwcll,  Capt.  in  the  Armv,  slain  at  Landen, 
1693. 

2.  Catherine,  m.  Alan  Brodrick,  ist  Viscount  Midleton. 

-Mr.  Barry  m.  zndly,  1666,  Jane,  eldest  dau.  of  Sir  Nicholas  Purdon, 
Knt.  of  Ballyclough,  co.  Cork,  M.P.  for  Baltimore,  and  had,  with 
two  daus.,  another  son, 

2.  REDMOND,  of  Ballyclough,  co.  Cork,  who  m.  1700,  the  dau.  of 
Samuel  Crofts,  of  Velvecstown,  co.  Cork,  and  by  her  had  a  son 
and  heir, 

REDMOND,  of  Ballyclough,  High  Sheriff  co.  Cork  1734,  who 
m.  Henrietta,  2nd  dau.  of  William'  Dunscombe,  of  Mount 
Desart,  co.  Cork,  and  had  issue, 

JAMES,   his  heir,   of  whom  hereafter,   as  successor   to  his 

cousin,  Redmond  Barry,  of  Rathcormack,  as  M'ADAM  BARRY. 

Mary,  m.  Richard  Aldworth  St.  Leger,  Viscount  Doneraile. 

"Mr.  Barry,  whose  will,  dated  3  March,  1681,  was  proved  23  March, 

1690,  was  s.  by  his  elder  son  by  his  ist  wife, 

JAMES  BARRY,  of  Rathcormack,  M'Adam  Barry,  Col.  in  the 
Army,  who  m.  ist,  Mary,  dau.  of  Abraham  Anselm,  of  London, 
and  had  issue,  two  sons  and  a  dau.,  viz., 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir. 

2.  REDMOND,  successor  to  his  brother. 
1.  Mary,  d.  unm. 

•Col.  Barry  m.  2ndly,  Susanna,  dau.  of  John  Townsend,  of  Timo- 
leage,  co.  Cork,  by  Lady  Katherine  Barry  his  wife,  dau.  of  Richard, 
Earl  of  Barrymore,  and  had  issue,  two  sons,  David,  M.D.,  Patrick, 
M.D.,  both  d.s.p.  ;  and  two  daus.,  Elizabeth,  m.  Noblett  Dunscombe 
of  Mount  Desart,  co.  Cork  ;  and  Katharine,  m.  John  Townsend, 
Col.  Barry  was  s.  by  his  elder  son, 

JAMES  BARRY,  of  Rathcormack,  M'Adam  Barry,  High  Sheriff  co. 
•Cork  1721,  who  d.  unm.  and  was  s.  by  his  next  brother, 

REDMOND  BARRY,  of  Rathcormack,  M'Adam  Barry.  He  d.s.p. 
1750,  and  was  s.  by  his  cousin, 

JAMES  BARRY,  of  Ballyclough,  M'Adam  Barry.     He  m.  March 
1765,  Elizabeth,  dau.  and  co-heiress  of  Abraham  Greene,  of  Bally-  i 
machree,  co.  Limerick,  and  d.  25  Oct.  1793,  leaving  an  elder  son  and  i 
.heir, 

REDMOND  BARRY,  of  Ballyclough,  M'Adam  Barry,  d.  unm.  10 
-Feb.  1812,  when  the  representation  devolved  upon  his  brother, 

HENRY  GREENE  BARRY,  of  Ballyclough,  M'Adam  Barry,  Major- 
'Gen.  m  the  Army,  High  Sheriff  co.  Cork  1821,  who  m.  21  Sept.  1804, 


Phoebe,  dau.  of  John  Armstrong  Drought,  of  Lettybrook,  King's  Co., 
and  d.  13  May,  1838,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir,  of  Ballyclough. 

2.  Henry,  Capt,  E.I.C.S.,  killed  in  Burmah  1853,  unm. 

3.  Redmond    (Sir),    LL.D.    Trin.    Coll.    Dublin,    Senior    Puisne 
Judge  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  Victoria  and  Chancellor  of    the 
University  of  Melbourne.         4.  ST.  LEGER,  of  Ballyclough. 

5.  John  Richard,  Lieut.  86th  Foot,  d.  in  India,  unm. 

6.  William  Wigram,  C.B.,  Maj.-Gen.  R.A.,  d.  19  April,  1883. 

1.  Letitia,   m.    Rev.    Robert   Bury,   of   Carrigrenane,  co.  Cork, 
Prebendary  of  Coole,  son  of  Phineas  Bury,  of  Little  Island  (see  that 
family),  and  grandson  of  Phineas  Bury,  of  Little  Island,  sth  son  of 
John  Bury,  of  Shannon  Grove  (see  BURY  of  Charleville).     He  d. 
1853,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Robert,  Capt.  7th  Dragoon  Guards,  m.  Anna  Maria,  daa.  of 
Richard  Hart,  and  by  her  (who  m.  2ndly,  29  April,  1891,  Capt. 
J.  R.  Broadley,  R.N.)  left  issue,  a  son  and  a  dau., 

JAMES  ROBERT  BARRY,  now  of  Ballyclough,  s.  his  great-uncle 
1883,  and  assumed  the  additional  name  of  BARRY. 
Letitia  Mary,  m.  1896,  Capt.  Norman  Layton,  Royal  Sussex 
Regt. 

2.  John  Thomas,  Capt.  R.A.,  A.D.C.  to  Major-Gen.  Primrose. 

1.  Phoebe  Hester  Jane,  m.  4  May,  1861,  Gen.  Robert  Pratt, 
C.B.  (who  d.  27  Dec.  1886). 

2.  Letitia  Elizabeth,  m.  Capt.  Richard  Pennefather  Going,  of 
Ballynonty  House,  co.  Tipperary. 

3.  Hester  Beatrice,  m.  ist,  1861,  Capt.  Francis  Fox  (who  d. 
1864),  grandson  of  Col.  and  Lady  Anne  Fox,  of  Fox  Hall,  co. 
Longford   (see  that  family),  and  2ndly,  16  Feb.  1865,  Major- 
Gen.    George   de  la   Poer   Beresford,    Madras  S.   Corps,  and 
has  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage  and  Baronetage,  DECIES.  B.). 

4.  Charlotte  Mary,  m.  8  Oct.  1864,  Capt.  Crofton  Toler  Van- 
deleur  late  loth  Hussars,  and  7th  Dragoon  Guards  (see  VAN- 
DELEUR  of  Kilrush). 

2.  Eliza,  m.  Col.  Murray  Simpson. 

3.  Caroline,  d.  unm.  i  April,  1872. 

4.  Katherine,  m.  Col.  Osborne  Broadley,  and  d.   6  Feb.   1873, 
leaving  issue.  5.  Phoebe,  d.  unm. 

6.  Charlotte,  m.  John  Carroll,  J.P.,  Barrister.    He  d.  1875.  She  d. 
1901. 

7.  Louisa,  d.  unm. 
His  eldest  son, 

JAMES  BARRY,  of  Ballyclough,  M'Adam  Barry,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff  1841,  b.  28  July,  1805  ;  Capt.  in  the  Army  ;  m.  2 
March,  1841,  Olivia  Maria,  dau.  and  sole  heiress  of  Francis  Drew, 
of  Mocollop  Castle,  co.  Waterford,  and  d.s.p.  30  April,  1881.  His 
widow  m.  2ndly,  1883,  Lieut.-Col.  George  Edward  Hillier,  C.B., 
late  Inspector-Gen.  Roy.  Irish  Constabulary,  and  d.  1884.  Mr. 
Barry  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

ST.  LEGER  BARRY,  of  Ballyclough,  M'Adam  Barry,  J.P.,  late 
Capt.  6sth  Foot,  b.  1835  ;  m.  1883,  Mary  Caroline  Theresa,  dau.  of 
George  Carr,  and  d.  7  July,  1888,  and  was  s.  by  his  grand-nephew, 
as  above. 

Arms — Quarterly  :  ibt  and  4th,  Barry  of  six  arj;.  and  gu.,  for 
BARRY  ;  2nd  and  3rd,  vert,  a  cross- crosslet  or,  in  chief  a  crescent 
arg.  for  difference,  for  BURY.  Crests — ist,  BARRY — Out  of  a  castle 
arg.  a  wolf's  head  couped  sa.  langued  gu.  ;  2nd,  BURY — A  boar's 
head  couped  at  the  neck  or,  tusked  arg.,  langued  gu.,  transfixed 
through  the  neck  by  a  spear  ppr.,  and  charged  with  a  crescent 
for  difference  gu.  Mottoes — Under  the  arms — Boutez  en  avant  ; 
over  the  2nd  crest — Virtus  sub  cruce  crescit. 

Seat— Ballyclough,  Kilworth,  co.  Cork. 


BARRY    OF    SUMMER    HILL. 

JOHN  EDMUND  BARRY,  of  Summer  Hill  House, 
co.  Wexford,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  b.  1853  ;  m.  ist,  1880, 
Minnie,  only  dau.  of  the  late  Richard  Joseph 
Devereux,  M.P.,  of  Summer  Hill,  co.  Wexford.  She 
d.  1893,  having  had  issue  a  son  d.  1898.  He  m. 
2ndly,  1898,  Olivia  Goodall,  widow  of  Maj.-Gen.  A.; 
Loftus  Steele,  and  dau.  of  the  late  Capt.  George 
Pemberton  Pigott,  of  Slevoy  Castle  (see  that  family), 
and  by  her  has  issue, 

RAYMOND  CHARLES  DEVEREUX,  b.  1899. 

Lineage. — SIR  JOHN  EDMUND  BARRY,  Knt.,  of  12,  Mountpy 
Square,  Dublin,  President  of  the  Dublin  Chamber  of  Commerce 
1897-9.  member  of  the  Dublin  Port  and  Docks  Board,  1867-97,  and 
since  1899,  Member  of  Board  of  Superintendence  of  Dublin  Hospitals, 
and  Governor  Royal  Hibernian  Military  School,  Phoenix  Park, 
since  1903,  b.  6  Feb.  1828,  eldest  son  of  the  late  John  Barry, 
merchant,  of  Dublin  ;  m.  i  Sept.  1849,  Teresa,  dau.  ot  the  late 
John  Keefe,  of  Ifterknock,  co.  Meath,  and  has,  with  other  issue, 
an  eldest  son, 

JOHN  EDMUND,  of  Summer  Hill. 

Residences — Rocklands,  Wexford,  and  Ballygeary.  Club— Con- 
stitutional. 


•9 


IRELAND. 


Barton. 


SMITH-BARRY    OF    BALLY    EDMOND. 

ROBERT  COURTENAY 
SMITH-BARRY,  of  Bally 
Edmond,  co.  Cork,  J.P., 
b.  19  Feb.  1858. 

Lineage. — JOHN  COURTE- 
NAY, son  of  George  Courtenay, 
m.  Anne,  dau.  of  —  Browne, 
of  Bally  Edmond,  co.  Cork, 
and  left  with  a  younger  son 
Thomas,  an  elder  son, 

GEORGE  COURTENAY,  of 
Bally  Edmond,  m.  Anne,  eldest 
dau.  of  Leonard  Ashe,  of 
Drishane,  co.  Cork,  and  by 
her,  who  d.  1823,  had  with 
other  issue,  a  son, 

ROBERT  COURTENAY,  of 
Bally  Edmond.  J.P.,  m.  by 
licence,  20  Sept.  1790,  Cathe. 
rine,  and  dau.  of  John  Nash, 
of  Ballyheen,  co.  Cork  (see 
NASH  of  Finnstown),  and  by 
her,  who  d.  1799,  had  issue, 

1.  George,     of     Dromadda, 
co.  Cork,  High  Sheriff  1826, 
b.     1795  ;      m.     settlements 
dated  29  July,   1814,  Caro- 
line Augusta,  eldest  sister  of  John  Smith   Barry,  of  Marbury 
Hall,    Cheshire   and    Fota,     co.     Cork     (see   BURKE'S     Peerage, 
BARRYMORE,    B.).     She  d.  28  May,  1853.     He  d.v.p.  10  Dec.  1837, 
having  had  issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  s.  his  grandfather. 

2.  John,  b.  1824  ;  d.  1843. 

r.  Caroline  Augusta,  m.  1840,  Mountiford  Longfield,  D.L., 
of  Castle  Mary,  co.  Cork,  who  d.  8  Nov.  1864,  leaving  issue 
(see  that  family). 

2.  JOHN,  .9.  his  nephew  George. 

1.  Anne,  m.   1811,  Simon  Dring,  of  Rockgrove,  co.  Cork,  and 
d.s.p.  1812.     He  d.  13  Dec.  1833. 

.  Eliza  Mary,  m.  21  April,  1814,  John  Smith  Barry,  of  Marbury 
Ha'l,  and  Fota.  and  d.  16  April,  1828,  having  by  him,  who  d. 
26  Feb.  1837,  had  issue, 

1.  John,  b.  25  Sept.  1821  ;  d.  unm.  March,  1834. 

2.  James  Hugh,   father  of  the   ist  BARON   BARRYMORE   (see 
BURKE  s  Peerage). 

3.  Robert  Hugh,  Capt.  loth  Hussars,  b.  13  Jan.  1820  ;  d.  unm. 
25  April,  1849. 

4.  RICHARD  HUGH,  of  whom  presently. 

i.  Anne,  b.  14  March,  1817  ;  d.  unm.  Nov.  1834. 

3.  Catherine  Mary,  d.  unm.  1813. 

Mr.  Robert  Courtenay  was  s.  by  his  grandson, 

GEORGE  COURTENAY,  of  Bally  Edmond,  b.  1822  ;  d.  unm.  1844, 
when  he  was  s.  by  his  uncle, 

JOHN  COURTENAY,  of  Bally  Edmond  and  Ballymagooly,  co. 
Cork,  High  Sheriff  1852,  b.  1798,  s.  his  nephew  1844,  but  d.  unm. 
1861,  when  he  was  s.  by  his  nephew, 

RICHARD  HUGH  SMITH  BARRY,  of  Bally  Edmond,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
co.  Cork,  and  J.P.  Hants,  Capt.  (retired)  i2th  Lancers,  and  some- 
time Adm.  Royal  Cork  Yacht  Club,  b.  21  Feb.  1823,  4th  son  of 
John  Smith  Barry,  of  Marbury  and  Fota,  and  Eliza  Mary  his  wife, 
2nd  dau.  of  Robert  Courtenay,  of  Bally  Edmond  (see  above),  s.  his 
uncle  1861  ;  m.  18  April,  1850,  Georgina  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Col.  J. 
Grey,  of  Backford  Hall,  Northumberland.  She  d.  g  Sept.  1893. 
He  d.  23  Jan.  1894,  leaving  issue, 

1.  ROBERT  COURTENAY,  now  of  Bally  Edmond. 

2.  Cecil  'Arthur,  b.  19  Oct.  1863  ;  d.  21  Nov.  1908  ;  m.  the  dau.  of 
W.  H.  Barry,  and  had  issue,  two  daus. 

1.  Nina  Mary  Georgina,  b.  15  June,  1859  ;    m.  Sept.  1885,  Maj. 
Ihotnas  Henry  Burton  Forster,  of  Holt,  Wilts,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Aileen  Emma,  b.  25  April,  1861  ;   m.  25  April,  1882,  Godfrey 
Hugh  Wheeler  Coxwell- Rogers,  of  Ablington  Manor  and  Dowdes- 
well  Court,  co.  Gloucester,  and  has  issue  (see  that  family). 

3.  Kathleen  Winifriede,  b.  25  Oct.  1868. 

Arms — Quarterly  ist  and  4th  arg,  three  bars  gemel  gu. 
(BARRY),  2nd  and  3rd  quarterly  ist  and  4th  gu.,  on  a  chevron 
or  between  three  bezants  as  many  crosses  patee  fitchee  sa.  (SMITH), 
2nd  and  3rd  az  a  fesse  arg.  between  three  porcupines  or  (HERIZ) 
the  whole  within  a  bordure  compony  erm.  and  of  the  second. 
Crest — A  castle  arg.  issuing  from  the  battlements  thereof  a  wolf's 
head  sa.  charged  with  a  cross  patee  fitchee  or.  Motto— Boutez 
en  avant. 

Seat— Bally  Edmond,  Midleton,  co.  Cork. 


SMITH-BARRY    OF    LOUTH. 

JAMES  HUGH  SMITH-BARRY,  of  Louth,  and  of 
Stowell  Park,  Pewsey,  Wilts.,  J.P.  for  that  co.  and 
High  Sheriff  for  Louth  1870,  late  Lieut.  Gren, 
Guards,  b.  n  Jan.  1845;  w.  i  Dec.  1874,  Lady 
Charlotte  Jane  Cole,  dau.  of  3rd  Earl  of  Enniskillen, 
and  has  issue, 

ROBERT,  b.  4  April,  1886. 


Mr.  J.  H.  Smith-Barry  is  the  youngest  son  of  the 
late  James  Hugh  Smith  Barry,  D.L.,  of  Fota,  co. 
Cork,  and  Marbury,  co.  Chester  (who  d.  31  Dec, 
1857),  and  only  brother  of  Arthur  Hugh,  ist  Lord 
Barrymore  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage}. 

Arms  —  Quarterly  ist  and  4th  arg.,  three  bars  gemel  gu.  (BARRY), 
2nd  and  3rd  quarterly  ist  and  4th  gu.,  on  a  chevron  or  between 
three  bezants  as  many  crosses  patee  fitchee  sa.  (SMITH),  2nd  and  3rd 
three  porcupines  or  (HERIZ),  the  whole 
y  erm.  and  of  the  second.     Crest  —  A  castle 


within  a  bordure  com 


az.  a  fesse  arg.  between  three  porcupines  or  (HERIZ),  the  whole 

mpon 

arg.  issuing  from  the  battlements  thereof  a  wolf's  head  sa.  charged 
with  a  cross  patee  fitchee  or.     Motto  —  Boutez  en  avant. 
Seat—  Stowell  Park,  Pewsey,  Wilts. 


SMITH-BARRY. 
See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  BARRYMORE,  B. 


HAROLD-BARRY    OF    BALLYVONARE. 

HAROLD  PHILIP 
HAROLD  -  BARRY,  of 
Ballyvonare,  co.  Cork, 
&<  19  Nov.  1865  ;  wii 
30  April,  1895,  Helen 
Frances  Mary,  dau.  of 
John  Gerard  Riddell, 
of  Hermeston  Hall, 
Rotherham,  Yorks.,  and 
has  issue, 

1.  JOHN     GERARD,     b.     28 
Jan.  1896. 

2.  Charles    William,    b.    21 
May,  1897. 

3.  Edward  Basil,  b.  i  Sept.  1901. 

1.  Hilda  Mary  Philomena,  b.  25  May,  1900. 

Lineage.— The  family  of  HAROLD  was  long  seated  in  the 
co.  Dublin,  where  they  possessed  large  estates  at  Harold's  Cross. 
The  immediate  ancestor  of  this  branch  was  RICHARD  HAROLD,  of 
Singland  and  Pennywell,  co.  Limerick,  m.  1782,  Mary,  only  child 
and  heiress  of  John  Barry,  of  Ballyvonare,  co.  Cork,  and  had  a  son, 

JOHN  HAROLD-BARRY,  of  Ballyvonare,  co.  Cork  (who  assumed 
the  additional  name  of  Barry  on  inheriting  the  Barry  property) 
m.  ist,  1822,  Eliza,  dau.  of  Henry  Harrison,  of  Castle  Harrison,  co. 
Cork,  and  had  issue  (with  Richard,  Henry,  Margaret,  who  all  d. 
young),  a  son, 

JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

Mr.  Harold  Barry  m.  2ndly,  1843,  Margaret,  Hon.  Chanoinesse  of 
the  Order  of  St.  Anne  of  Bavaria,  sister  of  the  Right  Hon.  Sir  Thomas 
Esmonde,  Bart.,  P.C.,  of  Ballynastragh,  co.  Wexford,  and  widow 
of  Peter  Locke,  of  Athgoe,  co.  Dublin.  She  d.s.p.  25  Dec.  1878.  His 
son, 

JOHN  HAROLD-BARRY,  of  Ballyvonare,  co.  Cork,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff  1880,  b.  Aug.  1823  ;  m.  Oct.  1860,  Margaret  Josephine, 
dau.  of  William  Gibson,  of  Roebuck,  co.  Dublin,  and  Belvedere 
Place,  Dublin,  and  d.  5  May,  1898,  leaving  issue, 

1.  John,  b.  1863  ;  d.  1864. 

2.  HAROLD   PHILIP,  now  of  Ballyvonare. 

3.  William  John,  b.  Sept.  1869  ;  d.  at  Krugersdorp,  South  Africa, 
2  Feb.  1896,  from  wounds  received  in  action. 

4.  Richard,  b.  and  d.  1871. 

5.  Edward  Daniel  (Rev.),  6.  Aug.  1872. 

6.  Philip,  b.  March,  1874. 

7.  Henry  Alan,  b.  April,  1876. 

8.  Thomas,  b.  andd.  1879.         9.  John,  b.  Aug.  1884. 

1.  Marcella,  m.  Garrett  Nagle,  of  Clogher,  co.  Cork,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Eliza.  3.  Margaret   Josephine. 

4.  Anne,  m.  Thomas  Leahy,  of  Woodfort,  co.  Cork,  and  has  issue. 

5.  Isabella. 

Arms — Gu.,  a  pall  flory  arg.  between  three  plates  one  and  two, 
each  charged  with  an  estoile  of  six  points  of  the  field.  Crest — A 
demi-angel  vested  gu.  winged  and  crined  or. 

Seat — Ballyvonare,  Buttevant,  co.  Cork.  Club — Royal  Yacht 
Club,  Queenstown. 


BARTON   OF    OREENFORT. 

CoL5  BAPTIST  JOHNSTON  BARTON,  of  Greenfort 
and  Portsalon,  co.  Donegal,  late  Col.  5th  Batt. 
Royal  Inniskilling  Fusiliers,  formerly  Lieut.  33rd 
Regt.,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  co.  Donegal  1877, 
A.D.C.  to  H.M.  King  Edward  VII.  1905-10,  and  to 
King  George  since  1910;  b.  15  July,  1848;  m. 
29  July,  1875,  Isabel,  youngest  dau.  of  Robert 
McClintock,  D.L.,  of  Dunmore,  co.  Donegal,  and 
i  has  issue, 


Barton. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


3° 


1.  BAPTIST  JOHNSTON,  Capt.  late  West  Riding  Regt.,  b.  21  Oct. 
1876  •    m.  26  Oct.   1908,   Kathleen  Maude,  dau.  of  Egbert  de 
Hamel,  of  Middleton  Hall,  Warwickshire,  and  has  issue, 

Ernestine  Isabel. 

2.  Gustavus,  late  Lieut.  R.N.  Reserve,  b.   19  July,  1879  J    m. 
910,  Anne  Farquharson,  dau.  of  W.  Duguid,  of  Ballater. 

3.  Ralph  Edward,  Lieut.  R.G.A.,  b.  25  Oct.  1882  ;  d.  unm.  3  Nov. 

4.  Edward  Humphrey,  late  2nd  Lieut.  Donegal  Art.  Militia,  b, 
9  Jan.  1884  ;   m.  22  Feb.  1911,  Christina  Letitia  Aileen,  only 
dau.  of  Henry  Maturin  Johnston,  M.D. 

5.  Bertram,  b.  31  July,  1885. 

6.  Charles  Geoffrey,  b.  28  Dec.  1889. 

1.  Margaret  Isabel,  m.  14  Jan.  1911,  Herbert  March,  of  Whittmg- 
ton  Grange,  Worcestershire. 

2.  Evelyn  Mary  Alice,  m.  4  June,  1910,  John  Ingarsby  Carver, 
eldest  son  of  Fred.  W.  Carver,  of  Oakhurst,   Knutsford,  and 
has  issue. 

Lineage. — This  family  was  established  in  Ireland  by 

THOMAS  BARTON,  of  Norwich,  who  is  said  to  have  accompanied 
the  Earl  of  Essex's  army  to  that  kingdom.  He  was  one  of  the 
first  burgesses  of  Enniskillen  (see  Charter  of  Enniskillen,  Cal.  State 
Papers,  1611-14).  In  1610  he  obtained  a  grant  of  land  comprising 
a  district  called  Drumminshin  and  Necairn,  co.  Fermanagh.  Some 
of  these  lands  were  exchanged  by  him  for  others  in  the  neighbour- 
hood still  in  the  possession  of  the  elder  branch  of  the  family. 
He  m.  Margaret  Lloyd,  and  had  a  son, 

ANTHONY  BARTON,  who  left  issue  a  son, 

WILLIAM  BARTON,  of  Bowe  Island  and  Curraghmore,  co.  Fer: 
managh,  b.  about  1630,  m.  Jane  Hannah  Forster,  and  d.  22  Feb. 
1693,  having  had  two  sons, 

1.  EDWARD,  of  whom  we  treat. 

2,  WILLIAM,  of  Curraghmore,  ancestor  of  BARTON  of  Grove. 
The  elder  son, 

EDWARD  BARTON,  of  Bowe  Island,  co.  Fermanagh,  m.  Mildrethe, 
sister  of  Robert  Coonyngham,  andd.  10  March,  1729,  leaving  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  we  treat. 

2.  Edward,  m.  his    cousin    Elizabeth    (Anna),  dau.   of   William 
Barton,  of  Curraghmore,   and  had  a    son,  John,  of   Bordeaux, 
who   d.  10  April,  1816,  leaving   issue,  and   a  dau.,  m.   Robert 
Dickson. 

3.  James.  4.  Michael. 

5.  Oliver.  6.  Christopher. 

7.  Thomas. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BARTON,  left  issue  three  sons  and  three  daus., 

1.  John,  will  dated  23  May,  1750. 

2.  Edward,    ot    Spring     Hill,    co.    Tyrone,    High    Sheriff,    co. 
Fermanagh    1777,   m.    Mary,   2nd  dau.   of  John    Galbraith,   of 
Roscavy,  co.  Tyrone  (see  that  family).      His  will,  dated  23  Feb. 
1796,  was  proved  2  April,  1801. 

3.  GUSTAVUS,  of  whom  we  treat. 

1.  Lettice,  m.  —  Cuthbertson. 

2.  Frances,  m.  Thomas  Rosborough,  of  Cloncarn  and  Clontivern, 
co.    Fermanagh,    and    d.    1816,    leaving     issue     (see     BURKE'S 
Family  Records). 

3.  Mary,  m.  —  Conner. 
The  3rd  son, 

GUSTAVUS  BARTON,  left  issue  by  his  first  wife,  four  sons, 

1.  William. 

2.  Edward  (Yen.),  Archdeacon  of  Ferns,  m.  Margaret  Coleman, 
and  d.  n  Aug.  1847,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Edward,  Capt.  in  the  Army,  d.  unm. 

2.  John,   b.   Dec.   1810 ;    m.  1835,  Mary,   dau.  of  Molyneux 
Nicholson,  M.D.,  of  Westport,  co.   Mayo,   and  d.  Dec.  1884, 
having  had  issue, 

(1)  Edward,  d.  young. 

(2)  Molyneux,  of  Grangebeg,   co.    Kildare,  M.A.,  Barrister- 
at-Law,  present  representative  of   the  family  of  BARTON 
(38,  Upper  Fitzwuliam  Street,  Dublin),  b.  i  Nov.  1846 ;   m. 
10  Aug.  1882,  Charlotte  Frances  Yates,   dau.  of  the    late 
Lieut.-Col.  Edmund  Yates  Peel,  85 th  Regt.,  son  of  Lieut.- 
Gen.  the  Right  Hon.  Jonathan   Peel,   P.C.   (see   BURKE'S 
Peerage,  PEEL,  Bart.),  and  has  issue, 

1.  Cecil  Molyneux. 

2.  Henry  John  Chadwick. 

3.  Ernest  Ffoliott,  d.  1909. 

4.  Reginald  Victor,  R.N. 

1.  Gwendolen  Mary. 

2.  Doris  Adelaide. 

3.  Miriam  Charlotte. 

(3)  Charles,  d.  young. 

(1)  Elizabeth,  m.  Charles  Place. 

(2)  Jane,  m.  Arnold  de  Courcy  Gildea. 

3.  Charles,  d.  young. 

1.  Margaret. 

2.  Jane,  d.  1832. 

3.  Frances. 

4.  Mary  Anne. 

3.  John,  who  left  three  daus.,  who  d.  unm. 

4.  Charles. 

Gustavus  Barton  m.  2ndly,  about  1772,  Harriett,  sister  and  co- 
heiress of  Baptist  Johnston,  of  co.  Monaghan,  and  with  her 
acquired  the  estate  of  Drumsallogh  in  that  co.,  and  had  issue, 

5.  BAPTIST  JOHNSTON,  of  whom  we  treat. 

6.  James  Murray,  of   Derryhallagh,  J.P.  co.  Monaghan,  m.  circa 
1803,  Mary,  dau.  of  Brabazon  Brabazon,  of  Summer  Hill,  co. 
Dublin,  and  left  a  son,  Freeman,  who  d.  unm.  1899. 

7.  Freeman,  left  issue,  Edward,  d.  unm. ;    and  John,  d.  unm. 
The  sth  son, 


MAJOR  BAPTIST  JOHNSTON  BARTON,  64jth  Foot,  of  Drumsallogh, 
co.  Monaghan,  b.  1774  ;  m.  1815,  Catherine,  dau.  and  eventually 
heiress  of  Ralph  Babington,  of  Greenfoit,  and  d.  1819,  having  by 
her,  who  d.  1865  (with  two  daus.),  a  son, 

BAPTIST  JOHNSTON  BARTON,  of  Portsalon,  co.  Donegal,  and  Derry- 
haller,  co.  Monaghan,  b.  30  Nov.  1816  ;  m.  June,  1842,  Maria,  only 
dau.  of  William  McLaughlin,  of  Ramelton,  and  d.  Aug.  1851,  having 
by  her  (who  d.  Nov.  1875)  had  issue, 

1.  BAPTIST  JOHNSTON,  now  of  Greenfort. 

1.  Ellen  Harriet,  m.  4  Aug.  1864,  Rev.  Thomas  T.  Gray,  F.T.C.D., 
and  d.  14  Feb.  1880,  leaving  issue,  three  sons  and  four  daus. 

2.  Katherine  Sara. 

Seats — Greenfort,  Letterkenny,   co.   Donegal;     Portsalon,  co. 


BARTON    OF    GROVE. 

MARY  ELIZABETH 
BARTON,  of  Grove,  co. 
Tipperary,  only  dau.  of 
Major  Thomas  Fro- 
bisher,  Bengal  Army,  of 
Cheltenham,  J.P.  and 
D.L.,  m.  Dec.  1862,  the 
late  SAMUEL  HENRY 
BARTON,  J.P.  andD.L., 
of  Grove,  co.  Tipperary, 
and  by  him  (who  was 
b.  1817,  and  d.  27  Oct. 
1891)  has  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  HENRY  HUGH, 
b.  Feb.  1871. 

2.  Charles  Robert,  b.  March,  1877  ;    m.  Sept.  1904,  Ethel,  dau. 
of  George  Cobden,  of  Clonmel,  co.  Tipperary. 

1.  Rose  Catherine  Florence. 

Lineage. — WILLIAM  BARTON,  of  Curraghmore,  second  son  of 
William  Barton,  of  Bowe  Island  and  Curraghmore,  co.  Fermanagh 
(see  BARTON  of  Greenfort).  He  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John 
Dickson,  of  Ballyshannon,  and  d.  1695,  having  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

2.  George,  d.  unm. 

3.  James,  m.  his  cousin,  the  dau.  of  Col.  Murray,  of  Antigua, 
and  had  a  dau.,  m.  Francis  Warren  Rossington. 

1.  Elizabeth  (Anna),  m.  ist,  her  cousin  Edward  Barton,  and  had 
issue,  and  2ndly,  David  J  ohnston,  and  had  issue. 

2.  Everina,  m.  James  Boyd,  and  had  issue. 
The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BARTON,  of  Curraghmore,  co.  Fermanagh,  6.  21  Dec. 
1694,  who  established  the  house  of  business  at  Bordeaux  1725,  and 
acquired  a  considerable  fortune.  He  purchased  the  estate  of  Grove , 
co.  Tipperary,  1752.  He  m.  r  Nov.  1722,  his  cousin  Margaret, 
youngest  dau.  of  Robert  Delap,  of  Ballyshannon.  She  d.  27  Jan. 
1775.  He  d.  18  Oct.  1780,  leaving  an  only  child, 

WILLIAM  BARTON,  of  Grove,  co.  Tipperary,  b.  5  Aug.  1723 ;  m. 
i  Aug.  1754,  Grace,  eldest  dau.  of  Very  Rev.  Charles  Massy,  ol 
Doonas,  co,  Clare,  Dean  of  Limerick,  and  sister  of  Sir  Hugh  Dillon 
Massy,  ist  bart.  of  Doonas,  and  d.  1792,  having  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

2.  William,  of  Clonelly,  b.  20  Aug.  1758,  succeeded  to  the  estates 
of  Clonelly,  co.   Fermanagh  ;  m.   1/96,  Anne  Isabella,  dau.  of 
Folliott  Warren,  of  Lodge,  co.  Kilkenny,  and  d.  18  May,  1835, 
leaving  by  her  (who  d.  itsio)  issue, 

1.  Folliott   Warren,  of  Clonelly,  J.P.  and  D.L.,    b.    15    Sept- 
1798,  High  Sheriff  co.  Fermanagh  1834,  d.  unm. 

2.  Edward  George,  Barrister-at-Law,  d.  unm.  3  Feb.  1837. 

3.  CHARLES  (see  BARTON  of  Waterfoot). 

4.  HUGH,  of  Straffan,  co.  Kildare  (see  that  family). 

5.  Robeit  (Sir),  K.C.H.,  a  Lieut.-Gen.  in  the  Army,  6.  26  July, 
1768;  m.  ist,  1802,  Maria,  dau.  and  co-heir  of  J  ohri  Pa ynter,  and 
had  issue, 

i.  Hugh,  a  Lieut.-Col.  in  the  Army,  d.  unm.  Sept.  1877. 

i.  Grace,  m.  Capt.  Addison.  2.  Maria,  d.  unm. 

He  m.  2ndly,  Marion  Colette,  dau.  of  John  Addison,  and  relict  of 
Col.  McPherson,  and  had  by  her  a  dau., 

3.  Alexandrine,  m.  Sir  Henry  Durrant,  Bart. 

6.  DUNBAR,  of   Rochestown,   co.   Tipperary,   at  one  time   High 
Sheriff  co.  Tipperary,  b.  7  Nov.  1769  ;  m.  1798,  Elizabeth,  heiress 
of  the  Rochestown   estate,    dau.  of  Rev.  Samuel    Riall,  Rector 
of   Killenaule,  and  had  issue, 

i.  Samuel  William,  of  Rochestown,  co.  Tipperary,  b.  10  April, 
1803  ;  m.  13  July,  1831,  Emma  Maria,  dau.  of  the  Hon.  Chris- 
topher Hely  Hutchinson,  M.P.  for  Cork,  and  by  her  (who  d. 
7  March,  1889)  left  issue, 

(1)  CHRISTOPHER,     of    Rochestown,  J.P.,    Lieut.-Col.    i8th 
Hussars,  b.  22  Feb.  1834. 

(2)  Dunbar  Henry,  b.  16  Oct.  1841. 

(3)  Crosbie,  Col.  "igth  Regt.,   b.  29  June,  1845  ;    m.  12  Dec. 
1878,  Mrs.  Hamilton,    eldest   dau.    of   Richard   Warburtou 
of  Garryhinch.     He  d.  1901. 

(4)  William  Archer,  b.  29  May,  1847. 

(1)  Elizabeth  Mary,  m.    n    July,    1872,     Antoni    Marcelli 
Szymanski. 

(2)  Anna  Grace,  d.  unm.  (3)  Mary. 
(4)  Evelyn  Isabella. 


IRELAND. 


Barton. 


2.  Dunbar  Thomas,  Lieut,  ist  Ru/ai  L>^a         -  o.  1806  ;    d. 
1829. 

3.  Augustine  Hugh,  b.  1814  ;  m.   12  Oct,  1853,  Emily,  wicfcw  of 
J.  M'Calmont,  of  Abbeylands,  and   dau.   of  James  Martin,  of 
Ross,  co.  Galway.     She  d.  30  Nov.  1907.     He  d.  23  Oct.  1874, 
/eaving  two  daus., 

d)  Emily   Alma,    m.    21  April,  1881,  Sir  George    Frederick 
Brooke,  Bart,  of  Somerton,  co.  Dublin,  and  d.  28  Sept.  1910, 
having  had  issue. 
(2)  Rose. 

4.  Thomas  Henry,  Dublin  Metropolitan  Police  Magistrate,  b. 
1816  ;   m.  6  Jan.  1853,  Hon.  Charlotte,  dau.  of  John,  3rd  Lord  ; 
Plunket,  and  d.  1878,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Dunbar  Plunket,  one  of  the  Judges  of  the  King's  Bench- 
Division  of   the  High  Court  of  Justice  in   Ireland;    M.A. 
Oxford,  M.P.  for  Mid-Armagh  1891-1900,  Sol.-Gen.  for  Ireland 
1897-1900,  Judge  of   the  High   Court  of  Justice  in   Ireland 
1900  (19,  Clyde  Road,  Dublin),  b.  1853  ;  m.  5  Oct.  1900,  Mary, 
dau.  of  Joseph  Manly,  of  Dublin,  and  has  issue, 

Dunbar  Patrick,  b.  18  Aug.  1901. 

(2)  Augustine    Frederick    Palliser,    Local   Gov.    Auditor   of 
Berks  and  Oxfordshire  Districts,  M.A.,  T.C.D.,  b.  1854. 

(3)  Aubrey    David   Plunket,    b.    1864;    m.    1901,   Kathryn 
Floding,  of  Virginia,  U.S.A.,  and  has  issue,  a  dau. 

(4)  Ion  Plunket,  Lieut,  and  Commander  R.N.,  b.  1871 ;  d.  2 
Oct.  1899. 

(1)  Sylvia   Charlotte    Elizabeth,    m.    1881,   Arthur   G.    K. 
Woodgate,  and  has  issue  (see  WOODGATE  of  Pembury). 

(2)  Eleanor  Constance.  (3)  Violet  Grace  Louisa. 
Mr.  Dunbar  Barton  d.  19  May,  1848  ;  his  widow  d.  16  Oct.  1853. 

1.  Grace,  b.  21  March,  1762 ;  in.  1784,  John  Palliser,  of  Derry- 
luskan,  co.  Tipperarv,  and  d.  13  March,  1844,  leaving  issue. 

2.  Elizabeth,  b.  25  July,    1764;    m.    Lieut.-Gen.   Sir   Augustine 
Fitzgerald,  Bart.,  who  d.s.p.  3  Dec.  1834. 

3.  Margaret   Everina,  b.  4  Nov.  1772  ;  m.  2  March,  1792,  Hugh, 
3rd  Lord  Massy,  and  d.  14  Sept.  1820,  leaving  issue. 

The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BARTON,  of  Grove,  M.P.  for  Fethard  before  the  Union, 
6.  26  Jan.  1757;  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Chambre  Brabazon  Ponsonby, 
of  Ashgrove,  and  sister  of  Chambr6  Brabazon  Ponsonby  Barker,  of 
Kilcooly  Abbey,  and  d.  1820,  leaving  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  of  Grove. 

2.  Chambre  Brabazon,  Lieut.-Col.  2nd  Life  Guards,  d.  1834. 

3.  Charles  Robert,  Maj.  i4th  Light  Dragoons,  d.  unm. 

1.  Mary,  m.  8  Sept.  1834,  George  FitzGerald,  son  of  Lord  Robert 
Fitzgerald;  she  d.  25  Jan.  1866. 

2.  Grace,  m.  ist,  Lieut.-Col.  Pennefather,  of  Newpark,  co.  Tip- 
perary, and  2ndly,  Major  Michael  Angelo  Galliazzi,  of  the  Austrian 
Service,  and. had  issue. 

3.  Catherine,  m.  Edmund  Staples,  of  Dunmore,  Queen's  Co. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BARTON,  of  Grove,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  and  High  Sheriff 
1825,  b.  21  June,  1790  ;  m.  April,  1815,  Catherine,  dau.  of  Samuel 
Perry,  of  Wpodroffe,  by  Deborah  his  wife,  dau.  of  ist  Lord  Dunalley, 
and  d.  1837,  having  by  her  (who  d.  April,  1872)  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS  BARKER,  late  of  Grove. 

2.  SAMUEL  HENRY,  heir  to  his  brother. 

3.  William  Hugh,  6.  1820  ;  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Capt.  Blakeney,  and 
has  issue,  five  sons  and  four  daus. 

1.  Deborah,  m.  John  Wade,  2nd  son  of  William  Blaney  Wade,  of 
Clonabrany,  co.  Meath,  and  Isft  issue. 

2.  Mary  Frances,    m.  4    Oct.    1845,   Charles    Shaw,  Q.C.     She 
d.    17    March,   1865.     He  d.  g   Dec.    1870,    leaving    issue  (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage,  SHAW,  Bart.). 

3.  Catherine  Grace,  m.   19  June,   1852,  Sir  Robert  Shaw,  Bart., 
and  d.  15  Dec.  1902,  leaving  issue  (see  BURKE'S  P.'crage). 

4.  Anne  Margaret,  m.  George  Gough,  of  Rathronari,  co.  Tipperarv, 
who  d.s.p.  1 8  April,  1889. 

5.  Emily  Martha. 
The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BARKER  BARTON,  of  Grove,  co.  Tipperary,  J.P.,  b.  1816  ; 
d.  unm.  21  Feb.  1871,  and  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

SAMUEL  HENRY,  late  of  Grove  (see  above). 

Arms — Arg.  a  rose  gu.  seeded  or  and  barbed  vert  between 
three  boars'  heads  erased  ppr.  Crest — A  boar's  head  erased  ppr. 
Motto— Fide  et  fortitudine. 

Seat — Grove,  near  Fethard,  co.  Tipperary.  Residence — 15, 
Lansdown  Place,  Cheltenham. 


BARTON    OF    THE    WATERFOOT. 

CIIA.RLES  ROBERT  BARTON,  of  The  Waterfoot,  co. 
Fermanagh,  J.P.  and  D.L.  cos.  Fermanagh  and 
Donegal,  High  Sheriff  co.  Fermanagh  1863,  Capt. 
Fermanagh  Militia,  b.  15  Nov.  1832;  m.  i  Aug. 
1872,  Henrietta  Martha  Mervyn,  dau.  of  Henry 
Mervyn  Richardson,  of  Rossfad,  co.  Fermanagh, 
D.L.  (see  that  family],  and  has  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  HUGH,  Capt.  Army  Service  Corps  (late  Scottish  Rifles), 
b.  30  May,  1874. 

2.  Henry  Charles  Johnston,  b.  12  Oct.  1876  ;    m.  30  April,  1910, 
Ethel  Maude,  youngest  dau.  of  William  Bancroft  Espeut,  M.L.C., 
of  Spring  Garden,  Jamaica. 

3.  Charles  Nathaniel,  b.  5  Jan.  1884. 

4.  Bertram  James  Richardson,  b.  23  Feb.  1891. 


1.  Mary  Jane  Florence,  m.  27  Oct.  1897,  Henry  Burnley  Rath- 
borne,  of  Dunsinea,  co.  Dublin,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Everina  Margaret.  3.  Caroline  Angel  Charlotte. 

4.  Henrietta  Emily  Violet,  m.  2  Oct.  1902,  Frederick  Lambart 

Z',  fldeSt  S°n  °f  C°L  Joseph   Sladen-  of  R'PPle  Court>  Kent 
(see  that  fan, uv],  by  his  2nd  wife  Lady  Sarah  Sophia,  dau.  of  8th 
«  cavan,  u./ri  has  issue. 

5.  Mildred  Penelope  Macuda.  e.  Susannah  Cecil  Grace. 
Liineagre. — LIEUT.-GEN.    CHARLES    BARTO^     *.«„*  .c0l     2n(i 

Life  Guards,  3rd  son  of  William  Barton,  of  Grove,  co.  Tipp't«,rv 
by  Grace  his  wife,  dau.  of  Very  Rev.  Charles  Massey,  of  Doonal,' 
Dean  of  Limerick,  b.  20  April,  1760 ;  m.  Feb.  1800,  Susannah, 
dau.  of  Nathaniel  Weld  Johnston,  of  Bordeaux,  by  his  ist  wife, 
Anna  Eleanor  Stewart,  and  d.  1821,  leaving  issue, 

1.  HUGH  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Nathaniel    Dunbar,    Lieut.-Col.    Bengal    Cavalry,    m.    1831, 
Honoria,  sister  of  Sir  Henry  Lawrence. 

3.  Thomas  Charles,  of  Bonn,  b.  i  Dec.  1805  ;  d.  unm.  3  Feb.  1856. 

4.  Robert,  of  Sydney,  Australia,  J. P.,  b.   1807;  m.  1840,  Emily, 
eld.  dau.  of  Maj.  Darval,  and  had  issue. 

5.  Albert  Evelyn,  b.  1812  ;    d.  unm.  1874. 

1.  Susannah,  m.  Rev.  John  Stirling. 

2.  Anna  Eleanor,  m.  Rev.  F.  D.  Maurice,  Professor  of  English 
Literature,  King's  College. 

His  eldest  son, 

HUGH  WILLIAM  BARTON,  of  The  Waterfoot,  J.P.,  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  co.  Fermanagh  1837,  Lieut.-Col.  of  the  2nd  Life  Guards,  b. 
13  Dec.  1800  ;  m.  g  Feb.  1832,  Mary  Caroline,  eldest  dau.  of  Robert 
Johnston,  of  Kinlough  House,  co.  Leitrim.  Hed.  4  Dec.  1870.  She 
d.  ii  March,  1899,  leaving  issue, 

1.  CHARLES  ROBERT,  now  of  The  Waterfoot. 

2.  James,  late  Capt.  R  A.,  b.  13  Aug    1834;    m.  23  Aug.  1859, 
Mary  Barbara,  dau.  of  Sir  David  Barclay,  loth  bart.  of  Pierston, 
co.  Ayr,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Hugh  Barclay,  b.  11  Julv,  1865  ;  d.  unm. 

2.  James,  b.  14  April,  1867  ;  d.  unm. 

3.  Charles,  b.  20  March,  1873. 

4.  Sidney,  b.  26  Nov.  1876. 

i.  Louisa.  2.  May. 

3.  Harriet.  4.  Irene. 

3.  Folliott,  C.E.,  b.  23  May,  1838 ;  m.  ig  March,  1873,  Florence 
Maude,  6th  dau.  of  Hugh  Lyons  Montgomery,  of  Belhavel,  and 
d.  1883,  leaving  issue,  Ffollibtt  Cyril. 

4.  Hugh  St.  George,  Capt.   6oth  Rifles,  6.  19  Nov.  1839  ;  d.  la 
June,  1875. 

5.  Robert,  R.N.,  b.  3  Nov.  1841  ;   d.  3  April,  1869.  — 

6.  Thomas  Lloyd,  b.  2  Dec.  1855 ;  m.  Fanny  Isaacs. 

7.  Nathaniel  Albert  Delap,  Maj.    88th  Regt.,   b.  29  Nov.  1857  ; 
m.  1888,  Ellen,  dan.  of  —Jordan,  U.S.A.,  and  had  issue, 

Thomas  Hugh,  b.  i  July,  1890. 

1.  Florence  Anna.  m.  Gen.  Dawson,  late  i8th  Regt. 

2.  Mary  Everina,  m.  29  Jan.  1868,  James  M.    Sinclair,    D.L.  of 
Holly  Hill,  co.  Donegal,  and  has  issue. 

Arms,  Crest  and  Motio — Same  as  BARTON  of  Grove. 
Seat — The  Waterfoot,  Pettigo,  co.  Fermanagh. 


BARTON  OF  STRAFF  AN  HOUSE. 

BERTRAM  HUGH  BARTON,  of  Straffan  House,  co. 
Kildare,  J.P.,  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1908,  b.  24  Sept. 
1858  ;  s.  his  father  u  Sept.  1904  ;  m.  26  July,  1899, 
Lilian  Edith  Laura,  only  dau.  of  Lieut.-Col.  Sir 
Frederick  Walter  Card  en,  Bart  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage), 
and  has  issue, 

1.  FREDERICK  BERTRAM,  b.  19  June,  1900. 

2.  Hugh  Ronald,  b.  29  June,  1902. 
1.  Storeen  Lily,  b.  21  June,  1906. 

Lineage. — HUGH  BARTON  (4th  son  of  William  Barton,  of  Grove, 
(see  that  family)  byGrace  Massy  his  wife.dau.  of  the  Dean  of  Limerick), 
who,by  his  own  energy,  industry,  and  activity,  acquired  at  Bordeaux 
a  very  large  fortune,  which  he  invested  in  the  purchase  of  the  Straffan 
estate  and  other  lands  in  Ireland  in  1831,  and  also  in  the  purchase 
of  the  Chateau  Langoa,  and  a  portion  of  the  adjacent  property  of 
Leoville,  both  in  the  parish  of  St.  Julien  Medoc,  near  Bordeaux. 
During  the  reign  of  terror,  1793-4,  he  was  imprisoned  as  an  alien,  but 
by  the  connivance  of  his  wife,  daughter  of  a  naturalised  Frenchman 
of  Scottish  origin,  he  effected  his  escape  to  Ireland.  During  his 
absence  the  business  in  Bordeaux  was  managed  by  Daniel  Guestier, 
with  whom  he  entered  into  partnership  1802.  This  partnership  has 
continued  from  father  to  son  to  the  present  time.  In  1840  he  served 
as  High  Sheriff  of  co.  Kildare.  He  was  b.  8  Jan.  1766  ;  m.  17 
Dec.  1791,  Anne,  dau.  of  Nathaniel  Weld  Johnston,  of  Bordeaux, 
and  d.  25  May,  1854,  having  by  her  (who^.  3  Aug.  1842)  had  issue, 

1.  Hugh,  b.  7  March,  1797;  d.  young. 

2.  NATHANIEL,  late  of  Straffan. 

3.  THOMAS  JOHNSTON,  of  Glendalough  (see  that  family). 

4.  Daniel,  late  Capt.  7th  Fusiliers,  b.  21  Feb.  1806;  m.  Margaret 
Simpson,  and  had  a  son,    Daniel,   m.    10    Nov.    1887,   Victoria 
Alexandrina  Julia,  dau.  of  Sir  Robert  Peel,  3rd  bart 

5.  Hugh,  b.  2i  March,    807 ;  d.  8  Nov.  1860. 

1.  Susan,  b.  33  March,  1793 ;  d.  22  Dec.  1803. 

2.  Anna,  b.  1798  ;  d.  1811. 

3.  Grace,  d.  an  infant. 

4.  Isabella,  b.  20  June,  1804;  d.  unm.  28  March,  1897. 


Barton. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


5.  Susan  Elizabeth,  m.  9  Sept.  1828,  Eyre,  3rd  Lord  Clarina,  and 
d.   14  Nov.  1886,  leaving  issue. 

6.  Charlotte,  b.  1812  ;  d.  an  infant. 
His  eldest  son, 

NATHANIEL  BARTON,  of  Straffan  House,  co.  Kildare.  5^-  and 
D.L.,  High  Sheriff  in  1850-51,  b.  7  Sept.  1799  5  »»-  *2  July,  1823, 
Marv  Susanna,  dau.  of  Harry  Harmood  Scott,  consul  at  Bordeaux, 
bv  Anne  his  wife,  dau.  of  R-~-  wewton  Ogle,  D.D.,  of  Kirkley, 
Northumberl!""1!  and  »•  29  Nov.  1867,  having  by  her  (who  d.  18 
March.  *ft67)  had  issue, 

1.  HUGH  LYNEDOCH,  late  of  Straffan. 

2.  Harry  Fitzgerald,  b.  21  Aug.  1826  ;  d.  17  May,  1848. 

3.  BERTRAM  FRANCIS,  late  of  Straffan. 

4.  Charles  Thomas  Hugh,  b,  23  Nov.  1834  ;   m.  21  June,  1859, 
Clara  Sophia,  youngest  dau.  of  Frank  Cutler,  R.N.,  of  Upton 
Lodge,  Brixham,    Devon,    and    d.   n    Sept.    1871,  having  had 
issue, 

1.  Francis  Savile,  b.  8  April,  1861,  late  Lieut.  Queen's  Bays 
and  Scots  Guards,  m.  8  Jan.  1889,  Mabel  Mary,  youngest  dau. 
of  Capt.  Savers,  23rd  Regt.  Royal  Welsh  Fusiliers,  and  has 
issue, 

(1)  Charles  Thomas  Hugh,  b.  18  Sept.  1889. 

(2)  Arthur  William,  b.  2  Jan.  1892. 

2.  Charles  Scott,  b.  12  Aug.  1865  ;  m.  26  June,  1890,  Ellen  A., 
dau.  of  William  Johnston,  of  Aiguesvives,  Touraine,  France, 
and  has  had  issue, 

(i)  Robert  Francis  Arthur,  b.  7  Feb.  1902. 

(1)  Violet  Clara  Isabella,  b.  16  July,  1891. 

(2)  Alice  Charlotte,  b.  6  Oct.  1902. 

£  5.  Francis  Savile,  b.  23  Nov.  1836  ;  d.  3  Jan.  1860. 
~  1.  Mary  Esther  Isabella,  d.  young,  n  Jan.  1844. 

2.  Anna  Susan  Frederica. 

3.  Isabel  Charlotte. 

4.  Alice  Catherine  Harriet,  d.  unm.  17  April,  1867. 
The  eldest  son, 

HUGTT  LYNEDOCH  BARTON,  of  Straffan  House,  co.  Kildare  J  P 
and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1861  ;  late  Major  Kildare  Rifles,  formerlj 
Lieut.  6th  Inniskillings  ;  b.  30  Aug.  1824  ;  m.  18  April,  1855,  Hon. 
Anna  Emily  Massey,  eldest  dau.  of  Eyre,  3rd  Lord  Clarina,  and  d.s.p. 
23  Feb.  1899.  He  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

BERTRAM  FRANCIS  BARTON,  of  Straffan  House,  co.  Kildare,  High 
Sheriff  1903, ,b.  ig  March,  1830  ;  d.  n  Sept.  1904  ;  m.  27  Sept.  1855, 
Fannie  Annie,  eldest  dau.  of  Frank  Cutler,  R.N.,  of  Upton  Lodge, 
Brixham,  Devon,  and  by  her  (who  d.  29  Nov.  1907)  had  issue, 

1.  BERTRAM  HUGH,  now  of  Straffan  House. 

2.  Harry  Scott,  of  Hewshott  House,  Liphook,  b.  n  Jan.  1862  : 
m.  18  June,  1893,  Augusta  Mary,  dau.  of  Leedham  White. 

1.  Mary  Fannie,   m.   25    Oct    1883,   Thomas   Edward   Studdy, 
youngest  son  of  Henry  Studdy,  of  Waddeton  Court,  Brixham, 
Devon,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  and  has  issue  (see  that  family). 

2.  Isabel  Eleanor. 

Arms  and  Crest — Same  as  BARTON  of  Grove.  Motto — Fide  et 
fortitudine. 

Seat — Straffan  House,  co.  Kildare.  Clubs — Junior  Carlton 
and  Kildare  Street,  Dublin. 


BARTON  OF  GLENDALOUGH  HOUSE. 

ROBERT  CHILDERS  BARTON,  of  Glendalough  House, 
co.  Wicklow,  b.  14  March,  1881, 

Lineage.— THOMAS  JOHNSTON  BARTON,  of  Glendalough,  co. 
Wicklow,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  b.  Sept.  1802  ;  2nd  son  of  Hugh  Barton 
of  Straffan  (see  that  family)  ;  m.  25  March,  1830,  Frances,  dau.  of 
Edward  Morris,  Master  in  Chancery,  by  Hon,  Mary  Erskine  his 
wife,  dau.  of  Thomas,  ist  Lord  Erskine,  and  d.  "4  Dec.  1864, 
having  by  her  (who  d.  4  Oct.  1867)  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS  ERSKINE,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Hugh  Massey,  7th  Foot,  b.  10  Feb.  1834  ;  d.  1880. 

3.  CHARLES  WILLIAM,  of  Glendalough. 

f;  R°bert  Johnston,  b.  20  Feb.  1839,  Capt.  Coldstream  Guards. 
Killed  in  action  in  Zululand,  28  March,  1879. 

1.  Frances  Isabella,  m.  ist,  19  May,  1859,  James  C.  Hart,  of  Drum- 
croEshall,  N.B.,  late  Capt.  r6th  Lancers,  who  d.  1876.     She  m. 
2ndly,  1889,  Fletcher  Menzies,  of  Menzies. 

2.  Georgiana  Susanna  Arabel,  m.  1856,  George  Booth,  and  d.  1868 
leaving  issue. 

3.  Anna  Mary  Henrietta,  m.  R.  C.  Childers  (who  d.  1876),  eldest 
son  of  the  Rev.  Charles  Childers,  H.M.  Chaplain  at  N;ce     and  d 
1884,  leaving  issue. 

4.  Beatrice  Louisa,  m.  3  Dec.  1864,  Hugh  Francis  Massy,  Capt 
igth  Regt.,  andrf .23  Jan.  1893,  leaving  issue  (see MASSY  of  Grants- 
town).     He  d.  Feb.  1900. 

His  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  ERSKINE  BARTON,  of  Glendalough,  b.  1830  •  d  unm 
1874,  when  he  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

CHARLES  WILLIAM  BARTON,  of  Glendalough  House,  J.P  High 
Sheriff  1882,  b.  13  July,  1836  ;  m.  26  Oct.  1876,  Agnes  i  h  dau  of 
the  Rev.  Charles  Childers,  H.M.  Chaplain  at  Nice,  and  Canon  of 
Gibraltar,  and  d.  3  Oct.  1890,  leaving  issue, 

1.  ROBERT  CHILDERS,  now  of  Glendalough  House. 

2.  Charles  Erskine,  b.  7  Dec.  1882. 

3.  Thomas  Eyre,  b.  15  Aug.  1884. 

1.  Frances,  b.  21  Dec.  1877. 

2.  Dulcibella,  b.  25  Dec.  1879. 

Arms,  Crest  and  Motto — As  BARTON  of  Grove. 
Seat— Glendalough  House,  Annamoe,  co.  Wicklow. 


,     OF     BEDFORD     HOUSE. 

FREDERICK  REGINALD  BATEMAN,  of  Bedford 
House,  co.  Kerry,  J.P.,  b.  1848,  High  Sheriff  1897, 
5.  to  the  estates  at  the  decease  of  his 
uncle  John  Bateman. 

Lineage. — MAJ.  ROWLAND  BATEMAN,  son  of  Henry  Bateman, 
by  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Wasbye,  got  a  grant  of  the  lands  of 
j  Killeen,  co   Kerry,  and  served  as  High  Sheriff  in  1669.     He  m. 
Charity  Wilson,  and  had  issue  two  sons  and  two  daus.,  viz., 

1.  Francis,  d.s.p.  1707. 

2.  JOHN,  who  s.  to  Killeen. 

1.  Belinda,  m.  Richard  Yielding,  of  Tralee. 

2.  Margaret,  m.  —  Morris. 
His  successor, 

JOHN  BATEMAN,  of  Killeen,  otherwise  Oak  Park,  m.  ist,  Frances, 
dau.  of  WilHam  Trenchard,  of  Mt.  Trenchard,  co. 
who  d.s.p.  ;   and  2ndly,  Anne,  dau.  of  Col.  the  Right  Hon.  George 
Evans,  of  Carass,  co.  Limerick,  and  d.  1719,  leaving  issue, 

1.  ROWLAND,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  George,  of  Dromultin,  co.  Kerry,  b.  1711  ;    m.  Sarah,  dau.  of 
Anthony  Stoughton,  of  Rattoo,  co.    Kerry,  by  whom  he  had 
issue, 

1.  John,  of  Dromultin,  m.  1764,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William 
Meredith,  of  Annaghmore,  co.  Kerry,  and  had  issue, 

(i)  John,  d.s.p. 

(i)  Jane,  m.  ist,  1779,  Conway  Blennerhassett ;   and  andly^ 

Pierse  Crosbie. 

2.  George,  of  Hollypark,  m.  1764,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William 
Meredith,  of  Dicksgrove,  co.  Kerry,  and  left  a  son, 

William,  m.  1795,  Catherine,  dau.  of  George  Lloyd. 

1.  Dorothy,  m.  —  Lloyd,  of  Cork. 

2.  Frances,  m.   1778,   Mountiford  Longfield,  of  Castle   Mary.. 
r.o.  Cork,  M.P. 

3.  Thomas,  of  Mount  Catherine,  co.  Limerick,  m.  ist,  1735,  Jane- 
Delahoyde,  of  Cork  ;  he  m.  2ndly,  22  Jan.  1740,  Alice,  2nd  dau.  of 
Thomas  Sadleir,  of  Sopwell  Hall,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.   1756, 
having  by  her  had  a  son, 

Francis  Sadleir,  d.s.p. 

4.  John,  of  Alta  Villa,  co.  Limerick,  High  Sheriff  1749  ;  m.  ist,. 
1745,  Elizabeth,  elder  dau.  of  Thomas  Sadleir,  of  Sopwell  Hall,, 
co.  Tipperary,  by  whom  (who  d.  1748)  he  had  a  dau., 

i.  Catherine. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1756,  Grace,  dau.  of  Henry  Brooke,  of  Colebrooke,. 
co.  Fermanagh,  M.P.,  and  d.  1792,  having  had  further  issue,  viz., 

1.  John,  of  Altavilla,  Barrister-at-Law,  m.  1782,  Mary,  dau.  and 
heiress  of  Thomas  Bourke,  of  Anglingham,  co.  Galway,  and  from: 
this    marriage   descended    the    BATEMANS,    of    Rosetown,    co> 
Kildare. 

2.  Henry  (Rev.),  d.  1822. 

3.  George  Brooke,  Barrister-at-Law,  d.  unm.  1809. 

2.  Letitia,  m.  1778,  Gerald  Blennerhassett,  of  Riddlestown,  co~ 
Limerick. 

3.  Frances,  m.  Rev.  Thomas  Lloyd. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Francis  Morris. 

2.  Frances,  m.  Thomas  Lloyd,  of  Fanstown,  co.  Limerick. 
The  eldest  son, 

ROWLAND  BATEMAN,  of  Oak  Park,  b.  1705  ;  m.  1727,  Elizabeth^ 
dau.  of  Nicholas  Colthurst,  of  Ballyhaly,  co.  Cork,  and  d.  1754, 
having  had  issue, 

1.  Rowland,  of  Oak  Park,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1758,  M.P.  for  Kerry 
and  for  Tralee  ;  m.  1758,  Letitia,  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Sir  Thomas- 
Denny,  Knt.,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

1.  Rowland,  of  Oak  Park,  m.  1790,  Arabella,  dau.  of  Sir  Barry 
Denny,  Bart.,  and  had  issue, 

(1)  John,  of  Oak  Park,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1820,  M.P.  Tralee- 
1837,  b.  1792  ;   m.  1824,  Frances,  dau.  of  Nathaniel  Bland,  of 
Randall's  Park,  Surrey,  and  d.  1865,  leaving  a  son,  Roland, 
who  d.s.p. 

(2)  William,  d.  unm.  (3)  Thomas,  d.  under  age. 

(1)  Jane,  d.  young. 

(2)  Lelitia,  m.  1831,  Emanuel  Hutchinson  Orpen,  of  Mount 
Tnllant,  co.  Kerry. 

2.  Thomas,  d.  unm.  1783. 

1.  Agnes,  m.  1785,  Richard  Chute,  of  Chute  Hall,  co.  Kerry. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  1785,  Col.  James  Crosbie,  M.P.,  of  Ballyheige, 
co.  Kerry. 

2.  COLTHURST,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  John,  J.P.  co.  Kerry,  m.  1770,  Olivia,  Countess  of  Rosse,  but 
d.s.p. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  1748,  Anthony  Stoughton,  of  Rattoo,  co.  Kerry- 

2.  Anne,  m.  Francis  Crosbie,  of  Rusheen,  co.  Kerry. 

3.  Penelope,  m.  1756,  Richard  Smyth,  of  Ballinatray,  co.  Water- 
ford. 

4.  Mary,  m.  Thomas  FitzGerald,  Knight  of  Glin. 

5.  Sarah,  m.  May,  1771,  Rev.  John  Barry.  D.D.,  Dean  of  Elphin.. 

6.  Frances,  m.  Pierce  Crosbie,  of  Ballyheigne,  co.  Kerry. 

7.  Jane,  m.  1770,  Richard  Dunscombe. 
The  2nd  son, 

COLTHURST  BATEMAN,  of  Bedford  House,  co.  Kerry,  J.P.,  m.  i779>. 
clau.  of  Robert  Dobson,  of  Anngrove,  co.  Cork,  and  d.  1821,  leaving 
issue, 

1.  COLTHURST,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  Rowland  (Rev.),  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Maurice  FitzMauricev 
and  widow  of  James  Edington. 

3.  John,  d.  unm.  1819. 

1.  Jane,  in.  Capt.  Robert  Dobson,  sth  Foot. 

2.  Anne,  m.  1807  Patrick  Maitland  (grandfather  of  the  Earl  of 
Lauderdale). 


IRELAND. 


Battersby. 


C3.  Elizabeth.  ---   sn< 

4.  Dorothea,    m.    ist,    George   Augustus    Sim^uii-     and    2ndly, 

Admiral  John  Maitland. 
The  eldest  son, 

COLTHURST  BATEMAN,  of  Bedford  House,  co.  Kerry,  and  of 
Bartholey,  Monmouth,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  of  Monmouth  1839, 
b.  1780  ;  m.  1809,  Jane  Sarah,  dau.  and  heiress  of  John  Kemeys 
Gardner- Kemeys,  of  Bartholey,  co.  Monmouth,  and  d.  1859,  leaving 
issue, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  George  Colthurst,  b.  1815  ;  d.  1852  unm. 

3.  Rowland,  R.N.,  b.  1816  ;  d.  unm.  1839. 

4.  Robert,  J.P.  Monmouth,  m.  and  had  issue, 

1.  FREDERICK  REGINALD,  now  of  Bedford  House. 

2.  Robert  William,  b.  1850.  3.  John  Kemeys,  b.  1855. 
i.  Frances.                                           2.  Mary. 

5.  Reginald,  R.N.,  b.  1820  6.  Thomas,  b.  1823. 
7.  Frederick,  b.  1825  ;  d.  unm.  1847. 

1.  Jane,  m.  1836,  John  Gwalter  Palairet.  2.  Sarah. 

The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BATEMAN,  of  Bartholey  and  Bedford  House,  b.  1814, 
d.  unm.,  when  the  Irish  estates  devolved  on  his  nephew,  FREDERICK 
REGINALD  BATEMAN  aforesaid. 

Seat— Bedford  House,  Listowel.  Residence— Rosbeigh,  Glen- 
beigh,  co.  Kerry. 


DE    YARBTJRGH-BATESON. 

See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  DERAMORE,  B. 


BATT    OF   RATHMTJLLAN. 

CHARLES  LYONS  BATT 
(jointly  with  his  sisters, 
Alice  and  Mabel,  of  Rath- 
mullan  House,  co.  Donegal), 
b.  24  Oct.  1860. 

Lineage.— This  family,  stated 
to  have  been  originally  from  Corn- 
wall, was  founded  in  Ireland  by 
SAMUEL  BATT,  of  Osier  Hill  and 
New  Ross,  merchant,  who  acquired 
considerable  property  in  the  co. 
Wexford  about  1650.  He  d.  in- 
testate, leaving  by  Alice  his  wife 
(who  look  out  administration  to  him 
6  June,  1702)  a  son, 

SAMUEL  BATT,  of  New  Ross  and 

Osier  Hill,   Merchant,    whose   will,   dated    28    March,  1705,  was 
proved  in  Jan.  1716.     He  left  by  Deborah,  his  and  wife,  five  sons, 

1.  THOMAS,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  Narcissus  (Rev.),  d.s.p.  ;    will  proved  3  March,  1767. 

3.  Samuel,  of  Rathneddin,  d.s.p. ;   will  dated  13  June,  1772. 

4.  Joseph,  of  Grange ;    will  proved  8  May,  1780,  left  issue. 

5.  Benjamin,  of  New  Ross  ;   will  proved  3  June,  1780,  left  issue. 
The   eldest   son, 

THOMAS  BATT,  of  Osier  Hill,  m.  1713,  Jane,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Devereux,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

SAMUEL  BATT,  father  of  Major  Thomas  Batt,  who  was  killed  in 
the  American  War,  when  the  property  devolved  on  his  youngest 
brother, 

ROBERT  BATT,  of  Osier  Hill,  co.  Wexford,  Capt.  i8th  Regt., 
who  m.  1765,  Hannah,  dau.  of  Samuel  Hyde,  of  Belfast,  and  d. 
1783,  having  had  issue  five  sons, 

1.  NARCISSUS,   of  Purdysburn,   co.   Down,   and   Osier  Hill,   co. 
Wexford,  High  Sheriff  1835,  m.  1793,  Margaret,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Greg,  and  d.  1840,  having  by  her  (who  d.  1843)  na(i  issue, 

1.  Robert,  of  Purdysburn  and  Osier  Hill,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1846,  b.  1795  ;  m.  1841,  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Samuel  Wood, 
of  Upton,  Cheshire,  and  d.  24  July,  1864,  having  by  her  had, 
with  four  daus.,  a  son, 

ROBERT  NARCISSUS,  of  Purdysburn,  co.  Down,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff  1870,  b.  10  Nov.  1844  ;  m.  6  March,  1866,  Marion 
Emily,  eldest  dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Samuel  Walker,  of  Berry 
Hill,  Mansfield,  Notts.,  and  d.  20  Nov.  1891,  having  by  her 
(who  d.  1892)  had  issue, 

1.  EVELEEN  MAY,  b.  1867  ;  m.  1892,  Capt.  Charles  Arthur 
Staniland,  late  Royal  Scots  Greys. 

2.  NELLA   LILIAN,    m.   18    Dec.   1894,   Frederick    Knight 
Essell,  of  the  Buffs. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Strandmills,  b.  1805  ;   d.s.p.  1861. 

i.  Elizabeth.  2.  Mary,  m.  Thomas  Greg. 

2.  William.  3.  Samuel. 

4.  Robert.  5.  THOMAS,  of  whom  presently. 

The  youngest  son, 

THOMAS  BATT,  of  Rathmullan,  co.  Donegal,  m.  ist,  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Robert  Waddell,  of  Island  Deny,  co.  Down,  and  by  her  had 
issue, 

THOMAS,  of  whom  presently, 

Elizabeth,  m.  Caesar  George  Otway. 

He  m.  andly,  Sarah,  dau.  of  Samuel  Lyle,  of  The  Oaks,  but  she 
d.s.p.     He  d.  1857,  and  was  s.  by  his  only  son, 

THOMAS   BATT,   of   Rathmullan,    J.P.    and   D.L.,    High     Sheriff 
1844,  M.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Camb.,  b.  1816  ;   m.  6  July,  1852,  Charlotte, 
I.L.G. 


dau.  of  Yen.  Edmond  Hesketh  Dalrymple  Knox,  late  Archdeacon 
of  Killaloe  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  RANFURLY,  E.),  and  d.  1897 
leaving  issue, 

1    THOMAS  EDMOND,  late  of  Rathmullan. 

2.  Alfred    Acheson,    b.    15    May,  1856. 

3.  Edmond  Hesketh,  b.  6  Dec.  1857  ;  d.  1882. 

4.  Arthur  Robert,  b.  27  April,  1859;  d.  1891. 

5.  CHARLES  LYONS,  now  jointly  of  Rathmullan. 

6.  Gerard  Otway,  b.  28  Feb.  1862. 

7.  Robert  Devereux,  b.  6  Nov.  1863. 

8.  Octavius,  b.  16  April,  1865. 

9.  Frederick  Shelley,  b.  1869,  d.  1876. 

1.  Agnes  Charlotte,  m.  23  Aug.  1877,  Archibald  H.  Duthie  (who 
d.s.p.   1883). 

2.  ALICE  ELIZABETH,  now  jointly  of  Rathmullan. 

3.  MABEL  MACKENZIE,  now  jointly  of  Rathmullan. 

COL.  THOMAS  EDMOND  BATT,  of  Rathmullan  House,  co.  Donegal, 
J.P.,  late  Lieut.-Col.  Commanding  Donegal  Artillery,  b.  14  Oct. 
1854  ;  d.  27  Dec.  1908,  when  he  was  s.  jointly  by  his  brother  and 
sisters  as  above  mentioned. 

Arms — Arg.  on  a  cross  between  four  bats  sa.  three  escallops 
in  pale  or.  Crest — A  crescent  arg.  charged  with  an  escallop  gu. 
Motto— Virtute  et  valore. 

Seat— Rathmullan  House,  co.  Donegal. 


BATTERSBY    OF    LOTiaHBAWN. 

JOHN  RADCLIFF 
BATTERSBY,  of  Lough- 
bawn,  co.  Westmeath, 
J.P.  for  that  co.  and 
for  Meath,  of  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Barrister-at-Law, 
b.  30  Sept.  1839  ;  »*, 
9  Aug.  1873,  Augusta 
Helen,  dau^  of  John 
Rynd,  of  Reynella,  co. 
Westmeath,  and  has 
issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  b.  u  Jan.  1877. 

2.  Augustus  Wolfe  (Rev.), 
6. 10  Feb.  1885. 

3.  John  Radcliff,  b.  26  Jan. 
1886. 

1.  Edith  Frances,  m.  5  May, 
1909,  George  Maxwell,    of 
Corduff,  co.  Dublin  (see  that 
family). 

2.  Millie,  m.  22  July,  1909, 
George    Astley    Rotheram 
(see   ROTHERAM    of   Cross- 
drum)  . 

3.  Dorothy. 

5.  Mona  Phillippa. 

Lineage.— WILLIAM  BATTERSBY,   of  Smithstown,  co.  Meath, 
m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Ambrose  Sherman,  and  had  issue, 

1.  William,  of  Smithstown,  m.  Miss  Grant,  and  d.s.p, 

2.  Robert,  of  Bobsville. 

3.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 
The  3rd  son, 

JOHN  BATTERSBY,  of  Lakefield,  co.  Meath,  J.P.,  6.  1722  ;  m.  ist, 
Elizabeth  Shields,  of  Monaghan,  and  by  her  had  an  only  child, 
1.  WILLIAM,  of  Freffans,  co.  Meath,  b.  16  Nov.  1764  ;  m.  Frances, 
dau.  of  Nathaniel  Preston,  of  Swainstown  (see  that  family),  and 
d.  1848,  having  had  issue, 

1.  William,  d.s.p. 

2.  Nathaniel,  d.s.p. 


Rosalie. 


3.  John,  d.s.p. 

4.  Franc 


_,. cis  William,  d.  unm. 

5.  Arthur,  m.  Eliza,  dau.  of  Major  Dillon,  and  d.  leaving  issue, 
a  son  and  a  dau., 

William  Arthur. 

Almeria  Grace,  d.  unm. 

1.  Georgina. 

2.  Anne,  m.  Lambert  Disney,  and  had  issue. 

3.  Frances  Isabella,  m.  Chas.  John  Battersby,  of  Cromlyn,  and 
has  issue  (see  below). 

John  Battersby  w.2ndly,  7  Sept.  1765,  Sarah,  dau.  of  Rev.  Henry 
Leslie,  of  Nutfield,  co.  Fermanagh,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

2.  Leslie  (Rev.),  of  Skreene,  co.  Sligo,  b.  20  July,  1766;  m.  5 
July,  1796,  Anna  Maria,  dau.  of  Patrick  Palmer,  Barrister-at- 
Law,  F.T.C.D.,  and  had  issue, 

i.  John  Palmer,  Capt.  R.N.,  settled  at  Ancaster,  Upper  Canada  ; 
m.  Maria  Jones,  and  d.  1888,  having  had  issue, 

(1)  Leslie  Charles,  b.  27  April,  1836;  m.  Helen  Maria  Harding. 

(2)  John  Palmer,  b.  30  Dec.  1837. 

(3)  Charles,  b.  z  Jan.  1840  ;  m.  Maria  Jane  Walker,  had  issue, 

1.  John  Palmer,  b.  12  Nov.  i874  ;  <*•  JI  Au£-  l896- 

2.  Henry  Chas.  Pinckney,  b.  4  July,  1876. 

3.  Edwin  Lee  Campbell,  6.  18  Aug.  1880  ;  m.  Nov.  1909. 
E.  E.  Trowbride,  and  has  issue,  a  dau., 

Eleanor  Beatrice,  b.  26  Aug.  1910     . 
i.  Edith  Beatrice,  b.  27  Aug.  1878  ;  d.  31  Oct.  1900. 

C 


Battley. 


THE    LANDED    GE; 


'     (4)  Arthur,  d.  young. 

(5)  Edwin,  b.  1845  ;   d.  young. 

(1)  Eleanor  Palmer,  b.  12  Aug.  1842,  unm. 

(2)  Maria,  b.  1846  ;  d.  young. 

2.  Leslie  Patrick,  settled  in  Canada,  Lieut.R.N. ;  m.  Katherine 
Jones,  and  had  issue, 

(i)  Leslie  Charles,  b.  March,  1841  ;  m  5  June,  1873,  Annie 
Car°1^e,  dau.  of  J.  r  Senett,  of  Dorset,  England;  d. 
21  cv"^*  1088,  had  issue, 

1.  Leslie  Charles,  b.  i  March,  1874. 

2.  Jno.  Bennett,  b.  23  Oct.  1875. 

3.  Arthur  Henry  Jones,  b.  23  Feb.  1878. 

4.  William  Falconer,  b.  16  Dec.  1879. 

5.  George  Philip,  b.  4  Dec.  1884. 

i.  Madeline  Toonce,  b.  18  March,  1882  ;  d.  2  Jan.  1883. 

(1)  Eleanor  Toonie,  m.  21  June,  1860,  Craven  Chadwick; 
d.  9  Jan.  1868,  and  had  issue  (see  CHADWICK,  of  Ballinard). 

(2)  Anna  Maria,  d.  young. 

3.  Joseph,  d.s.p. 

4.  Edwin,  of  Dublin,   m.   Eleanor   Jones,    and    had    eleven 
children. 

5.  Arthur,  m.  S.  E.  Maskelyne. 

6.  George,  of  Dublin,  d.  30  March,  1901. 

7.  William,  d.  young.      '  8.  Henry,  d.s.p. 

g.  William,  settled  at  Hamilton,  Upper  Canada ;  m.  Susanna 
Ryall,  and  d.s.p. 

1.  Catherine,  m.  —  Harvey,  d.s.p. 

2.  Sarah,  d.  unm. 

3.  Eleanor,  m.  —  Griffith,  and  had  issue,  one  dau. 

4.  Anna  Maria,  d.  unm. 

5.  Lydia,  m.  —  Bell,  d.s.p. 

6.  Mary,  d.  unm. 

3.  THOMAS,  of  whom  hereafter. 

4.  Francis,  Col.  8th  Foot,  C.B.,  of  Listoke   House,  Drogheda,  b. 
J9  Sept.  1795  ;  m.  Eliza,  2nd  dau.  of  George  Rotherham,  of  Cross- 
drum,  co.  Meath,  and  had  issue, 

John  Prevost,  Major-Gen,  late  60 th  Royal  Rifles,  formerly 
Assistant  Director  "of  Military  Education  (Lyncroft,  Portmore 
Park,  Weybridge),  b.  16  Oct.  1826  ;  m.  7  Sept.  1857,  Louisa 
Wilhelmina,  2nd  dau.  of  Sir  William  Dillon,  4th  bart.  (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage  and  Baronetage),  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Henry  Francis,  b.   10  Feb.   1862;     m.   21  April,   1909, 
Frances  Muriel  (Pearl),  elder  dau.  of  Henry  C.  Saunders,  of 
Weybridge. 

(2)  Herbert  Dillon,  6.  14  Jan.  1872  ;  d.s.p. 

(1)  Helen  Elizabeth. 

(2)  Louisa  Georgina,  m:  Rev.  Wellesley  Burnaby,  and  had 
issue. 

(3)  Ethel,  d.  unm. 

Frances,  m.  ist,  June,  1848,  Mathew  Coates,  of  Newton  Prospect, 
co.  Meath ;  and  2ndly,  Dr.  Wade,  M.D.,  and  had  issue. 

5.  John,  of  Lakefield,  b.  28  June,   1781,  J.P.  co.  Meath;  m. 
Frances,  dau.  of  Robert  Wade,  of  Clonabrany,  co.  Meath  ;  and  d. 
1839,  leaving  issue, 

1.  John  (Rev.),  of  Drumelton,  co.  Westmeath,  m.  MissMaunsell, 
and  d.s.p. 

2.  Robert,  of  Lakefield,  d.s.p.  1898. 

3.  Thomas,  d.s.p. 

i.  Marianne,  m.  —  Daly. 

6.  Alexander,  b.  10  Aug.  1783  ;   m.  10  July,  1807,  Eliza,  dau.  of 
James  Cusac,  of  Lara,  co.  Kildare  ;  and  had  a  son, 

John,  of  Miltown,  co.  Westmeath. 

7.  Henry  Robert,  Post-Capt.  R.N.,  m.  10  May,  1810,  the  dau.  of 
William  Chapman,  and  niece  of  Sir  Thomas  Chapman,  Bart.,  ol 
Killua  Castle,  co.  Westmeath,  and  d.s.p. 

8.  George,  b.   20  April,   1788,  Capt.    ist  Dragoon  Guards,   fell 
returning  from  the  last  charge  of  the  cavalry  at  Waterloo.     Capt. 
Battersby  d.  unm. 

1.  Catherine,  m.  —  Higinbotham,  and  had  issue. 

2.  Penelope,  d.  unm. 

John  Battersby  d.  1803.     The  3rd  son, 

THOMAS  BATTERSBY,  b.  23  Oct.  1767  ;  m.  16  Oct.  1799,  Margaret 
Catharine,  eldest  dau.  of  George  Rotherham,  of  Crossdrum,  co. 
Meath,  and  d.  20  Feb.  1839,  having  by  her  (who  d.  17  Dec.  1862) 
had  issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  his  heir. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Newcastle  House,  Oldcastle,  co.  Meath,  J.P.  cos. 

m.  17  May,  1837, 


TRY. 


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4.  Henry,  "i ^-^i-raOS  ;  m.  ist,  13  Feb.  1846,  Frances,  dau.  of 

T.  Rutb-wioord,  of  St.  Doolagh's,  co.  Dublin  (who  d.s.p.  1854)  ; 
a«J  2ndly,  1857,  Annie,  dau.  of  Lieut.-Col.  Kelly ;    and    d.s.p. 
1868.     His  widow  d.  18  Dec.  1910. 

5.  Francis,   M.D.,  b.   10  Nov.   1812  ;    m.   ist,   11   March,   1852, 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Rev.  Robert  Stephenson  Crooke,  and  by  hei" 
(who  d.  25  April.  1855)  had  an  only  child, 

Thomas   Stephenson   Francis,    K.C.,   b.    17  April,    1855  ',    •»«• 
25  July,  1883,  Jeanie,  dau.  of  Samuel  Gerrard,  and  has  issue, 
(i)  Francis  John  Gerrard,  b.  1894. 

(1)  Elizabeth,   b.    1884 ;    m.   26   Sept.    1907,   Timothy   W. 
Bridge,  I.C.S. 

(2)  Violet  Norah  Jeanie,  b.  1890. 

(3)  Beryl  Alice,  b.  1895. 

He  m.  2ndly,  June,  1862,  Charlotte,  dau.  of  John  Brien,  of  Castle- 
town,  co.  Fermanagh.      He  d.  1891.     She  d.s.p.  May,  1879. 
8.  Frederick  William,  b.  15  May,  1819  ;  d.s.p.  1847. 
7.  Charles  John,  of  Cromlyn,  Rathowen,  co.  Westmeath,  b.  3  Feb. 
1821  ;    m.  1854,  Frances  Isabella,  dau.  of  William  Battersby,  of 
Freffans  (see  above),  and  d.  22  May,  1897,  having  had  issue, 

i.  Thomas  Preston,  of  Cromlyn,  co  .Westmeath,  Brigadier-Gen., 

Inspector  of  Army  Ordnance  Services,  b.  10  Aug.  1856  ;    m. 

9  Oct.  1884,  Agnes  Janet,  dau.  of  John  Evens,  of  The  Haven, 

St.  Stephen's,  Canterbury,  and  has  issue, 

Charles  Fremoult  Preston,  Lieut.  R.F.A.,  b.  n  July,  1887. 

1.  Frances  Catherine,  m.  1883,  E.  Hopkins,  Ceylon  C.S.,  and 
d.  Oct.  1887,  leaving  issue. 

2.  Alice  Isabella,  m.    Feb.  1890,  her  cousin  John  Albert  Bat- 
tersby, of  Newcastle  House,  co.  Meath,  and  has  issue  (see  above). 

3.  Lucy  Elizabeth.  4.  Evangeline  Henrietta. 
5.  Caroline  Maude,  m.  30  Aug.  1910,  Capt.  W.  Brown,  A.S.C. 

3.  William  Alexander  (Rev.),  b.  4  June,  1825  ;  d.s.p. 

1.  Catherine,  m.  16  Nov.  1846,  William  Smith  Harman,  of  Cross- 
drum,  and  d.  1866,  leaving  issue. 

2.  Sarah,  m.  29  Jan.  1841,  Rev.  Hugh  Henry  O'Neill,  of  Monter- 
Connaught,  co.  Cavan,  and  d.  1872,  leaving  issue. 

3.  Elizabeth  Jane,  d.  unm. 

4.  Isabella,  d.  unm.  16  April,  1900. 

5.  Barbara,  m.  1851,  Thomas  White,  J.P.,  of  Peppard's  Castle, 
.   co.  Wexford,  and  had  issue. 

The  eldest  son, 

GEORGE  BATTERSBY,  of  Loughbawn,  Q.C.,  LL.D.,  J.P.,  Judge 
of  the  Provincial  Court  of  Dublin,  b.  8  Sept.  1802  ;  m.  10  Dec.  1830, 
Charlotte  Sarah,  dau.  of  the  late  Right  Hon.  John  Radcliff,  P.C., 
LL.D.,  Judge  of  the  Prerogative  Court  in  Ireland,  of  Mespil  House, 
co.  Dublin,  by  whom  (who  d.  17  Aug.  1876)  he  left  at  his  death, 
9  June.  1880, 

1.  Thomas  George,  LL.D.,  Barrister-at-Law,  b.  9  Oct.  1832  ;   m. 

8  Dec.  1864,  Georgina  Maria  Bessy,  dau.  of  the  late  Col.  William 

Middleton,  42nd  Highlanders  ;   and  d.  n  Sept.  1871,  leaving  two 

daus., 

1.  Charlotte  Middleton,  m.  1889.  Major  A.  D.  Thome,  King's 
Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt.,  and  d.  2  Nov.  1904,  leaving  issue. 

2.  Ethel  Middleton,  m.  Robert  Gumming,  Indian  Army. 

Mrs.  Thomas  George  Battersby  assumed  by  Royal  Licence,  1875, 
the  additional  surname  and  arm?  of  WYBRANTS,  and  m.  2ndly, 
Capt.  Temple  Leighton  Phipson,  who  also  assumed  by  Royal 
Licence,  1876,  the  additional  surname  of  WYBRANTS,"  and  d. 
1883.  2.  JOHN  RADCLIFF,  now  of  Loughbawn. 

1.  Betanna  Catherine,  m.  10  Jan.  1852,  John  Colley  Pounden,  of 
Ballywalter,  J  .P.  co.  Wexford,  and  has  issue. 
Arms — Or  a  saltire  paly  of  twelve  erm.  and  gu.,  a  crescent  in 

chief  sa.     Crest — A  ram  pass.  erm.  armed  and  unguled  or.    Motto — 

Ante  honorem  est  humilitas. 

Seat — Loughbawn,  Collinstown,  co.  Westmeath. 


BATTLEY    OF    BELVEDERE    HALL. 

LIEUT.-COL.  D'OYLY  CADE  BATTLEY,  of  Belvedere 
Hall,  co.  Wicklow,  Lieut.-Col.  3rd  Batt.  The  Duke  of 
Cambridge's  Own  (Middlesex)  Regt.,  J.P.  cos.  Cork, 
Wicklow,  and  Dublin,  High  Sheriff  co.  Wicklow  1889, 

? f _^ i/  ^^  ^^      co.  Dublin,  1911,  D.L.  co.  Wicklow,  has  Coronation 

Henrietta  Mary  Anne,  dau.  of 'john  Rotton^ of  Bath'  and' grand-  Medal,  b.  1841;  m.  1868,  Annie  Cecilia,  dau.  of 
"!^^S&^(^?i.%4?hidi£ueC'>LL'D''and  Ct  William  Henry  Jackson,  of  Inane,  co.  Tipperary, 
i. 'Edward,  of  Larkfield.'co.  Westmeath,' J. P.,  late  Capt.  9th  bY  Cecilia  his  wife,  dau.  of  John  Westropp,  of 
Batt.  Rifle  Brigade,  formerly  Midshipman  R.N.  (17,  Herbert  \  Attyflin  (s^  WESTROPP  of  A  ttyftin),  J.P.  CO.  Limerick, 
Place,  Dublin),  b.  12  March,  1849;  m.  3  Aug.  1899,  Frances  !  anfl  has  had  issue 
Anna  (d.  20  Sept.  1909),  only  surviving  dau.  of  David  Ogden,  of  '  ' 


17,  Herbert  Place,  Dublin,  and  of  Annesboro,  co.  Wexford,  and 
d.s.p.  27  Oct.  1910. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Newcastle  House,  co.  Meath,  J.P.,  d.  unm.  2S 
Dec.  1889. 

3.  Henry,  m.  ist,  Miss  Kitson,  and  2ndly,  Miss  Featherston- 
haugh,  and  had  a  dau.,  Frances. 

4.  John  Albert,  of  Newcastle  House,  CD.  Meath,  J.P.,  m.  his 
cousin  Feb.  1890,  Alice  Isabella  (see  below),  dau.  of    Charles  J 
Battersby,  J.P.,  of  Cromlyn,  co.  Westmeath,  and  has. issue 

(1)  Thomas  Charles,  d.  an  infant, 
(r)  Violet  Frances. 

(2)  Alice  Christiana. 

5.  Charles,  d.  young. 

1.  Christiana  Bettana. 

2.  Henrietta  Isabella,  m.  Robert  Macready,  and  has  issue. 

3.  Edward,  Lieut.  R.N.,  b.  3  May,  1805  ;   d.  unm.  4  Oct.  1839. 


1.  WILLIAM   D'OYLY,   Lieut.-Col.   General   Reserve  of   Officers, 
b.  1870. 

2.  Rochfort  Cade,  b.  23  March,  1873. 

1.  Louisa  Cecilia,  m.   12  Aug.   1903,  Charles  Gavin  Pilkington 
Wilson,    eldest -son  of  the  late  John  Wilson  (i3th  Hussars),  of 
Rooske,  co.  Meath,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Mabel  Margaretta  Annie,  a.  28  Oct.  1885. 

3.  Eveleen  Charlotte  Maud. 

Lineage. — WILLIAM  BATTLEY,  whose  ancestors  were  settled  at 
Bury  St.  Edmunds,  co.  Suffolk,  as  appears  from  the  will  of  his 
grandson,  resident  in  co.  Clare,  temp.  JAMES  I  ;  he  had  issue, 

1.  NICHOLAS,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  William,  settled  in  co.  Cork,  and  had  a  son,  Edmund,  attainted 
by  JAMES  II  1689. 

1.  Sarah,  m.  Christopher  Sexton,  of  co.  Limerick. 
The  eldest  son, 


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IRELAND. 


Bayly. 


NICHOLAS  BATTLEY,  was  b.  in  co.  Clare,  Tf,22.  and  entered  Trin. 
Coll  Dublin,  20  May,  1638.     By  Anne  his  wife  he  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  (Yen.),  D.D.,  Fellow  Trinity  Coll.  Cambridge,  6.  at  fi^rv 
St.   Edmunds,   1647,   appointed   Rector  of  Adesham,  co.  Kent,  ; 
1684,  and  Archdeacon  of  Canterbury  1688  ;  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir 
Henry  Oxenden,  ist  bart.  of  Dene  ;   d.s.p.  10  Oct.  1708,  and  was 
bur.  'at  Canterbury  Cathedral.      His  widow  d.   25   Dec.   I741. 
aged  85. 

2.  Nicholas    (Rev.),    B.A.    Trin.     Coll.     Cambridge    1668,    M.A. 
1672,  Rector  of  Ivechurch,  and  Vicar  of  Bekesborne,  co.  Kent,  j 
1685  ;  d.  10  May,  1704,  leaving  by  Anne  his  wife, 

1.  Charles,  d.s.p.  June,  1714. 

2.  JOHN    (Rev.),  entered  Trinity  Coll.  Cambridge  1706,  Rector  j 
of  Wordwell,  co.  Suffolk,  1736,  devisee  of  his  uncle  Samuel 
Battley  ;    m.  1714,  Anne  Sydney,  dau.  of  his  uncle  Samuel's 
wife  by  her  ist  husband,  and  had  (with  an  elder  son,  John, 
who  d.s.p.), 

(i)  CHARLES  (Rev.),  b.  1709,  Rector  of  Witherden,  co.  Suffolk, 
inherited  the  Bury  St.  Edmund's  estates  ;  d.  8  March,  1731, 
leaving  one  son, 

WALDEGRAVE  (Rev.),  6.   1748,  Curate  of   Shotteley,  co. 

Suffolk,  d.  March,  1814. 

3.  Oliver  (Rev.),  b.  1697,  B.D.  Christ  Church  Coll.  Cambridge 
1734,  Rector  of  Iron  Acton,  co.  Gloucester,  1736  ;  d.  1763. 

4.  Anne,  living  unm.  1714. 

3.  Samuel,  obtained  grants  of  lands  in  co.  Cayan  1662,  and  co. 
Fermanagh  1667  ;   also  was  possessed  of  lands  in  cos.  Waterford 
and  Wexford,  all  of  which  he  eventually  sold,  and  purchased 
estates  in  Suffolk  ;  m.  Anne,  widow  of  —  Sydney,  and  d.s.p.  I7H> 
having  devised  by  his  will,  dated  6  April,  1712,  a  yearly  payment 
to  the  sextons  of  St.  Mary^s  Church,  Bury  St.  Edmunds,  for  the 
keeping  in  repair  the  tomb  of  his  ancestors. 

4.  THOMAS,  of  whom  hereafter. 

5.  Charles,  of  Westminster,  admitted  to  the  Middle  Temple  8 
Dec.  1686,  Receiver  and  Collector  of  the  Rents  of  Westminster 
Abbey,  Secretary  in  the  Remembrancer's  Office  in  the  Exchequer, 
m.  (licence  23  Aug.  1692)  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Needham,  of 
Westminster  ;  and  d.  1722,  having  had  three  sons,  who  d.  young, 
and  several  daus.  all  baptized  at  Westminster;    of    the  latter 
Elizabeth,  bapt.  2  Dec.  1713,  m.  James  Brooker,  of  St.  Bride  s, 
London  ;    and  Jane,  bapt.  16  March,  1707,  m.  James  Merest, 
Assistant  Clerk  of  the  House  of  Lords. 

1.  Anne,  living  unm.  1712. 

2.  Beata,  m.  —  Morden. 

Nicholas  Battley  d.  at  Bury  St.  Edmunds.     His  4th  son, 

THOMAS  BATTLEY,  baptized  at  St.  Mary's,  Bury  St.  Edmunds, 
16  May,  1651,  was,  with  his  wife,  a  legatee  of  his  brother,  Samuel 
Battley.  He  had  two  sons  and  one  dau., 

1.  John,  b.  1696,  appointed  Receiver,  Solicitor,  and  Steward  of 
the  Courts  of  the  Dean  and  Chapter  of  Westminster  by  patent 
dated  27  April,  1723  ;  d.  10  June,  1729,  leaving  his  wife  Elizabeth 
his  universal  legatee. 

2.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  hereafter. 

1.  Mary,  devisee  of  her  uncle  Samuel. 
The  2nd  son, 

WILLIAM  BATTLEY,  was  admitted  an  Honorary  Member  of  the 
King's  Inns,  Dublin.  He  m.  the  dau.  of  Thomas  Cade,  of  Will- 
brook,  Rathfarnham,  co.  Dublin,  and  heiress  of  her  brother,  Thomas 
Cade,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  J  OHN,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  William,  whose  will  was  proved  in  Dublin  2  Jan.  1773  ;   m. 
and  had  issue. 

3.  Edmund. 

William  Battley  d.  Jan.  1736.     His  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BATTLEY,  of  Willbrook,  was  admitted  a  member  of  the 
King's  Inns  1758,  s.  his  maternal  uncle  1783,  m.  Frances,  sister  of 
John  Butler,  and  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS  CADE,  his  heir. 

2.  William,     Lieut.-Col.    6oth    Rifles,    accidentally    killed    at 
Gibraltar. 

1.  Elizabeth. 
Mr.  Battley  d.  1808,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  CADE  BATTLEY,  of  Willbrook,  b.  1771,  entered  Trin. 
Coll.  Dublin  20  Nov.  1788,  aged  17  ;  B.A.  1794,  called  to  the  Bar 
Trinity  Term  1794  J  »».  Belinda,  dau.  of  Rev.  Richard  Chappell 
Grange,  of  Sallymount,  co.  Wicklow,  by  Mary  his  wife,  dau.  and 
(with  her  sister  Diana,  m.  1780,  Sir  John  Hadley  D'Oyly,  6th  bart. 
of  Shottisham.  co-heir  of  William  Rochfort,  of  Clontarf  (brother  of 
Robert,  ist  Earl  of  Belvedere),  by  Henrietta  his  wife,  dau.  of  Col. 
John  Ramsay  and  Mary,  Lady  Osborne  his  wife,  widow  of  Sir 
Nicholas  Osborne,  sthbart.,of  Ballintaylor,  and  dau.  of  Right  Rev. 
Thomas  Smyth,  D.D.,  Bishop  of  Limerick,  and  d.  20  Sept.  1851, 
having  by  her  (who  d.  g  Nov.  1863,  aged  95)  had  issue, 

1.  Richard,  Capt.  22nd  Regt.,  d.  unm. 

2.  John  Cade,  entered  T.C.D.  1817,  aged  17,  Capt.  3oth  Regt. ;  d. 
unm.  in  India. 

3.  D'OYLY  WILLIAM,  of  whom  hereafter. 

4.  Thomas,  Registrar  of  the  Court  of  Bankruptcy,  m.  Marcella, 
dau.    of  John  Connolly,  of   Newhaggard,  co.  Meath,  and  d.s.p. 

5.  Charles  Bushe  (Rev.),  d.  1881. 

6.  Rochfort,  m.  Rose,  dau.  of  —  Field,  and  d.  1866,  leaving  a  son 
Rochfort  Cade  Lestock,  Major  Essex  Regt.,  b.  6  Oct.  1864. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  Major  Larkins,  R.H.A.  ;  d.  in  India. 

2.  Harriet,  m.  William  C.  Browne,  of  Rochfort  Lodge,  Richmond, 
Surrey,  and  Cromwell  Crescent.  London  ;  d.  1882. 

3.  Anna  Maria,  m.  Alexander  Edie,  of  Thorn  Hill,  co.  Tyrone. 
His  eldest  surviving  son, 

D'OYLY  WILLIAM  BATTLEY,  of  Belvedere  Hall,  Major  (retired) 
77th  Regt.,  derived  descent  through  his  maternal  grandmother, 
Mary  Rochfort,  from  the  Royal  House  of  Plantagenet,  b.  Jan.  1808  ; 
m.  1839,  Margaret,  dau.  of  William  Edie,  of  Thornhill,  J.P.  co. 


Tvrone,  by  Dorothy  his  wife,  dau.  of  Nesbitt  Downing,  of  Tubber- 
daly,  J.P.  King's  Co.,  and  d.  2  Nov.  1887,  having  by  her  (who  d. 
13  Jan.  1871)  had  issue, 

1.  D'OYLY  CADE,  now  of  Belvedere  Hall. 

2.  Rochfort,  b.  1844  ;  m.  1871,  Annie,  dau.  of  Major  John  Graham 
Sadler,  J.P.,  cf  Hymenstown,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.  29  April,  1885, 
leaving  issue,  a  son,  John,  and  two  daus. 

Seat— Belvedere    Hall,   Bray,  co.    Wick-tow.      Clubs— United 
Service  and  Constitutional.  S.W. 


BAYLY    OF    DEBSBOROUGH. 

CAPT.  JOHN  BAYLY,  of  Debsborough,  co.  Tipper- 
ary, J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1894,  late  Capt,  Suffolk  Regt, 
educated  at  Eton,  &.  10  July,  1858, 

Lineage. — JOHN  BAYLY,  of  Debsborough,  co.  Tipperary,  to 
whom  the  farm  grants  were  made  in  1702,  by  the  Duke  of  Ormonde, 
m.  1690,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Henry  Prittie,  of  Kilboy,  co.  Tipperary, 
and  d.  1709,  having  had  issue,  JOHN,  his  heir,  Henry  and  Elizabeth. 
His  widow  m.  2ndly,  Major  John  Foley.  The  elder  son, 

JOHN  BAYLY,  of  Debsborough,  b.  17  June,  1691  ;  m.  7  July,  1702, 
Deborah,  dau.  and  coheiress  of  Ven.  Benjamin  Neale,  Archdeacon 
of  Leighlin,  by  Hannah  his  wife,  dau.  of  Jetfery  Paul,  of  Bough, 
co.  Carlow,  and  by  her  (who  m.  2ndly,  1736,  Henry  Prittie,  of 
Dunalley  Castle,  M.P.,  and  d.  3  Nov.  1760)  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  Debsborough. 

2.  Benjamin  Neale,  Barrister,  who  d.  leaving  an  only  son, 
Benjamin  Neale,  m.  Letitia,  dau.  of  Henry  Archer,  of  Bally- 
seskin,  co.  Wexford,  and  had  issue. 

3.  Neale.  4.  Henry. 

5.  Paul. 

6.  Constantino,  m.  1748,  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Richard  Falkiner,  of 
Mount  Falcon  (see  that  family}. 

1.  Hannah.  2.  Elizabeth. 

The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BAYLY,  of  Debsborough,  High  Sheriff  1759,  &•  4  Dec. 
1724  ;  m.  Bridget,  dau.  of  Robert  Holmes,  of  Johnstown,  co. 
Tipperary,  and  had  issue,  JOHN  ;  Henry  ;  Benjamin  ;  Peter ; 
William  ;  Deborah  ;  Lucinda ;  Bridget,  m.  Charles  M'Donell,  of 
New  Hall,  M.P.  for  co.  Clare;  and  Charlotte.  The  eldest  son, 

JOHN   BAYLY,  of  Debsborough,  b.   1755  ;    d.v.p.   1783,  having 
m.  1776,  Catherine,  eldest  dau.  and  coheir  of  Lancelot  Crosbie,  of 
I  Tubrid,  co.  Kerry,  and  by  her,  who  inherited  the  estates  of  her  uncle, 
I  John  Gustavus  Crosbie,  M.P.,  was  father  of 

JOHN  BAYLY,  of  Debsborough,  b.  15  Dec.  1777  ;  m.  i  May, 
1800,  Mary  Elizabeth  Helena,  only  child  and  heir  of  Richard  Uniacke 
of  Mount  Uniacke,  co.  Cork,  and  d.  8  March,  1800,  having  had 
issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  Debsborough. 

2.  Richard   Uniacke,  of   Ballyre,  co.    Cork,    and    Ballynaclogh, 
co.  Tipperary,  J.P.,  b.  i  Nov.  1806  ;    m.  7  Feb.  1837,  Harriet 
(who  d.  1888),  only  dau.  of  Very  Rev.  John  Head,  Dean  of  Killaloe, 
and  d.  1888,  having  had  issue, 

r.  Richard  Uniacke,  b.  15  Dec.  1838  ;  d.  1860. 

2.  John    Prittie,    of   Ballyre   and   Ballynaclogh,    Commander 

R.N.   (retired),  b.   14  July,   1842  ;    m.   1880,  Annie,  dau.  of 

John   W    ' 

and  had  issue, 


.   14 
,  of 


John   Warburton,  of   Cahervillahow,  Golden,    co.    Tipperary 


Richard  William  Uniacke,  6.  1881. 

3.  Edward  Crosbie,  of  Killough  Castle,  Thurles,  co.  Tipperary, 
J.P.  cos.  Cork,  Waterford  and  Tipperary,  late  Capt.  Tipperary 
Militia,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  27  Jan.  1844  ;   m.  15  Aug. 
1878,  Isabel,  dau.  of  Charles  Edward  Davison,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Edward  Crofton  Seton,  b.  25  June,  1883. 

(2)  Launcelot  Myles,  b.  1884. 

(3)  Gerald  Maurice  Eyre,  b.  1886. 

(4)  Harold  Crosbie,  b.  1894. 

(5)  Jasper  Uniacke,  b.  1895. 

(1)  Isabel  Harriet,  d.  young,  1897. 

(2)  Ethel  Iris,  m.  Arthur  Lloyd. 

(3)  Clementina  Mary. 

4.  George.  5-  William 
6.  Henry,  d.  young,  1856.                        7.  Francis. 

1.  Susan,  m.  1876,  N.  White. 

2.  Helena  Harriet. 

3.  Geraldine,  m.  Frank  D.  Hurst. 

3.  Lancelot    Peter,    b.    27  Sept.    1807  ;    m.   Oct.   1841,   Lydia 
Catherine,  only  dau.  of  Very  Rev.  Gilbert  Holmes,  Dean  of  Ard- 
fert,  and  d.  Sept.  1855,  leaving  issue, 

Lancelot  Gilbert  Alexander,  of  Bayly's  Farm,  b.  27  Aug.  1842  ; 

m.  26  Jan.  1869,  Frances  Katharine  (d.  25  June,  1905),  2nd  dau. 

of  Rev.  Thomas  Luby,  D.D.,  Senior  Fellow,  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin, 

and  d.  4  June,  1871,  leaving  issue,  with  one  dau.  (Edmee  Lydia 

Henrietta,  b.  28  Oct.  1871),  a  son, 

Lancelot  Francis  Saunderson,  of  Bayly's  Farm,  b.  16  Oct. 
1869  ;  m.  7  March,  1907,  Kathleen  Josephine,  dau.  of  Major 
E.  H.  Drake,  of  Clifton.  She  d.  2  April,  1911. 

Henrietta. 

4.  Henry  Prittie,  of  Bally  Keef,  co.  Limerick,  m.  Isabella  Yelding, 
of  Tralee,  co.  Kerry,  and'  had  issue, 

Letitia  Harriet,  m.  30  Jan.  1868,  James  Graham  Vansittart,  of 
Tillsonburg,  Ontario  (see  VANSITTART-NEALE  of  Bisham  Abbey], 
and  d.  1879. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN   BAYLY,   of    Debsborough,   J.P.    ana  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1845,  b.  3  Sept.  1805  ;  m.  ist,  13    May,  1829,  Catherine,  youngest 

C    2 


Bayly. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


dau.  of  Thomas  Yates,  of  Bury,  Lancashire.  She  d.  22  Sept.  1833, 
leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  Debsborough. 

He  m.  2ndly,  17  Oct.  1839,  Gertrude  Catherine,  3rd  day.  of  the 
late  William  Henry  Armstrong,  of  Mount  Heaton,  King's  Co. 
She  d.  4  Oct.  1874,  having  had  issue, 

2.  Lancelot  Peter,  b.  9  Feb.  1842  ;  d.  17  Aug.  1855. 
He  d.  14  May,  i86s.  ->nd  was  s.  by  his  only  surviving  son, 

JOHN  BAYLY,  of  Debsborough,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1874, 
Capt.  ist  Duke  of  Lancaster's  Militia,  b.  30  Nov.  1830  ;  m.  3  Sept. 
1857,  Mary  Anne  Charlotte,  youngest  dau.  of  Daniel  Barrington, 
2nd  son  of  Sir  Joseph  Barrington,  ist  bart.  She  d.  31  July,  1870. 
He  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  now  of  Debsborough, 

2.  Richard  Edmond   (Debsborough,  co.   Tipperary),  b.  g  June, 
1859  »'    w».  9  Oct.  1909,  Anna  Selina,  widow  of  Major  William 
Arthur  de  Warrene  Waller  (see  WALLER  of  Prior  Park),  and 
dau.  of  E.  W.  Waller,  of  Artona,  by  whom  (who  d.  4  Feb.  1911) 
he  has  issue. 

3.  William  Yates,  b.  19  Jan.  1864. 

4.  Lancelot,  b.  19  Dec.  1869. 

1.  Catherine  Charlotte,  m.  2  Aug.  1887,  John  Beatty  Barrington, 
of  Ashroe,  co.   Limerick,  and  has  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage, 
BARRINGTON,  Bart.). 

2.  Mary  Elizabeth,  m.  4  Jan.  1899,  James  J.  Maher,  of  Clonsilla, 
co.  Dublin. 

3.  Helen  Olivia,  d.  1874. 

4.  Florence  Jane,  m.  7  Oct.  1890,  Croker  Barrington,  of  Barring- 
ton's  Bridge,  co.  Limerick,  and  has  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage, 
BARRINGTON,  Bart.). 

Seat — Debsborough,  co.  Tipperary. 


BAYLY    OF    BALLYARTHTJR. 

EDWARD  ARCHIBALD 
THEODORE  BAYLY,  of 
Ballyarthur,  co.  Wick- 
low,  Capt.  Royal  Welsh 
Fus.  (attached  to  Egyp- 
tian Army,  loth  Sudan- 
ese Regt.),  b.  19  June, 
1877- 

Lineage. — EDWARD  SYMES 
BAYLY,  D.L.,  of  Ballyarthur 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  ANGLE- 
SEY, M.),  b.  9  April,  1807;  d. 
26  Nov.  1884 ;  m.  20  June, 
1835,  Catherine,  dau.  of  the 
Right  Hon.  Maurice  FitzGerald, 
Knight  of  Kerry  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage,  FITZGERALD,  Bart.). 
She  d.  1898,  having  had  with 
other  issue  an  eldest  surviving 
son, 

EDWARD  RICHARD  BAYLY,  of 

Ballyarthur,  co.  Wicklow,  J.P.  ^ 

and  D.L.,  formerly  Ensign  3rd 
Buffs,  and  Lieut.-Col.  late 
Commanding  7th  Brigade  Irish 
Div.  R.A.,  Assistant  Land  Commissioner,  Ireland,  b.  20  June  1845  • 
d.  ii  Oct.  1907;  m.  10  Aug.  1875,  Adelaide  Alicia,  eldest  dau. 
of  Col.  Charles  Tottenham,  of  Woodstock,  co.  Wicklow,  and  Plas 
Berwyn,  co.  Denbigh  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  ELY,  M.),  by  his  wife, 
the  Hon.  Isabella  Maude  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  DE  MONTALT  E.) 
and  has  issue, 

1.  EDWARD  ARCHIBALD  THEODORE,  now  of  Ballyarthur. 

2.  Charles  John,  b.  8  Sept.  1878. 

1.  Adela  Maude,  b.  27  Jan.   1880 

2.  Kathleen  Isabel,  b.  6  March,  1882. 

Arms— Quarterly,  ist  gu.,  a  chevron  vair  between  three  martlets 
or  (BAYLY),  2nd  Barry  of  four  erm.  and  or,  a  lion  rampant  az 
(BAGENAL),  3rd  arg.  crusilly  az.  three  talbot's  heads  erased  sa 
langued  gu.  (HALL),  4th  gu.,  three  cinquefoils,  arg  (LAMBERT)' 
5th  ermmois  three  increscents  az.  (SYMES),  6th  arg  on  a  fess 
between  three  wolf's  heads  sa.  as  many  mullets  of  the  field 
(CLIFFE)  Crest— ^ A  boar's  head  erased  ppr.  charged  with  a  mullet 
arg.  Motto — Quid  clarius  astris. 

Seat — Ballyarthur,  Ovoca,  co.  Wicklow. 

BAYLr-VANDELETJR.    See  VANDELETJR. 

BEAMISH    OF    KILMALOODA. 

SAMPSON  THOMAS  BEAMISH,  of  Kilmalooda  co 
Cork,  J.P.,  b.  Nov.  1870  ;  s.  his  grandfather  1881.- 

Lineagre.— Amongst  the  list  of  English  settlers  in  Ireland 
about  the  time  of  Queen  ELIZABETH,  appears  the  names  of 
Beamish  or  Beamis,  '  and  the  lands  granted  to  members  of 
the  family  in  co.  Cork  were  confirmed  to  three  brothers  under  Act 
of  Settlement  by  Patent,  dated  24  April,  2O  CHARLES  II.  The 
mother  of  the  three  patentees,  CATHERINE  BEAMISH,  of  Ballymodan 
widow,  was  living  1642  (her  will  was  proved  in  Dio.  Cork  same 
year).  She  had  issue,  one  dau.  and  four  sons 


;  1.  JOH^,  *t  vvest  Gully,  Ballymodan,  co.  Cork,  m.  Elizabeth, 
rUu.  of  Isaac  Philpot,  of  Cloncaloo,  co.  Cork.  His  will  is  dated  18 
Oct.  1668,  and  names  four  sons,  John  ;  Isaac  ;  THOMAS  ;  Francis  ; 
and  six  daus.,  Elizabeth  ;  Mary  ;  Catherine  ;  Rebecca  ;  Alice  ; 
Mabel.  He  d.  1669.  His  srd  son,  THOMAS,  of  West  Gully,  who 
was  father  of  THOMAS,  of  Raheroon,  left  by  Elizabeth  his  wife,  a 
son  and  successor,  THOMAS,  of  Raheroon,  m.  1728,  Jane,  dau.  of 
Richard  Beamish,  of  Garranloughane,  or  Willsgrove,  and  had, 
with  three  daus.  (Elizabeth,  m.  Vincent  Austen ;  Mary,  m. 
Stawell  Webb ;  Catherine,  m.  1763,  Jonas  Travers,  of  Butlerstown), 
an  only  son, 

RICHARD,  of  Raheroon  ;  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Arthur  Bernard, 
of  Palace  Anne,  co.  Cork,  by  Mary  his  wife,  dau.  of  Francis 
Adderley,  of  Innishannon,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Thomas,  Major  33rd  Regt.,  d.s.p. 

(2)  Arthur  BEAMISH-BERNARD,  of  Palace  Anne  and  Raheroon, 
took  the  additional  surname  of  BERNARD.      He  d.  unm.  in 
1854. 

(3)  Vinceut,   Lieut.  8th    King's    Regt.,    d.s.p.  in   the  West 
Indies. 

(4)  George,  Capt.  3ist  Regt.,  b.  1820  ;   d.  unm. 

(5)  Bernard,  Lieut.  84th  Regt.,  m.  Dec.  1838,  Elizabeth,  dau. 
of  John  Beamish,  of  Cashel,  co.  Cork,  and  d.s.p. 

(6)  Samuel  BEAMISH-BERNARD,  Capt.  84th  Regt.,  took  the 
additional  surname  of  BERNARD,  m.  Ellen,  dau.  of  Godfrey 
Byrne,  of  Bow  Park,  near  Dublin,  and  had  (with  three  daus.) 
two  sons, 

1.  Arthur,  d.s.p. 

2.  Richard,  killed  at  the  battle  of  Antietam,  U.S.A. 

(7)  Adderley    BEAMISH-BERNARD,     Capt.     3ist    Regt.,    of 
Kilcoleman  House,  co.  Cork,  and  Byard's  Lodge,  co.  York,  d. 
at  Mayence,  17  July,  1866.     He  m.  ist,  Frances,  dau.  of  Gen. 
George  Bernard,  of  Heaton  Lodge,  Yorks,  Col.  84th  Regt., 
Usher  of  the  Black  Rod,  and  took  the  name  of  BERNARD, 
and  by  her  had  one  child, 

i.  Mary  Isabella,  m.  John  Bowen,  of  Oak  Grove,  co.  Cork, 

and  d.s.p.  1864. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1843,  Anna  Catherine,  3rd  dau.  of  Capt.  George 
Walker,  R.N.,  by  whom  (who  d.  1882)  he  had  two  sons, 

1.  George  Adderley  Hale,  b.  23  July,  1846  ;    Rittmeister 
and  Chef  d'Escadr'on,  gth  Pomeranian  Lancers,  Prussian 
service  ;   served  in  Austro-Prussian  war  (medals)  ;    and  in 
Franco-German  war  (1870-71),  medal  and  the  Order  of  the 
Iron  Cross  ;  m.  1886,  Emily  Louise  Zehe,  and  has  Hermann, 
b.  1888. 

2.  Richard  M.  H.  Roger  de  la  Poer,  b.  20  Feb.  1852  ;  Lieut, 
gth  Pomeranian  Lancers,  served  in  the  Franco-German  War 
(medals). 

(8)  Richard,  d.  unm. 

(1)  Elizabeth,  m.  her  cousin  Thomas  Austen,  of  Sheaf,  co. 
Cork. 

(2)  Mary,  m.  Maj.  William  Sullivan,  79 th  Regt. 

(3)  Jane,  m.  her  cousin  Francis  Bernard,  4th  son  of   Capt. 
Arthur  Bernard,  84th  Regt.,  3rd  son  of  Arthur  Bernard,  of 
Palace  Anne,  by  Mary  Adderley  his  wife. 

(4)  Anne,  d.  unm. 

2.  FRANCIS,  ancestor  of  BEAMISH  of  Kilmalooda. 

3.  Thomas,   Patentee  of  Lands  under  the  Act  of  Settlement ; 
Provost  of  Bandon  1655,  1665,  and  1675.     His  will,  dated  1681, 
was  proved  in  Cork,  and  he  left  issue,  with  two  daus., 

Daniel,  Provost  of  Bandon  1687,  m.  1688,  Elizabeth  Williams, 
of  Kilbrogan,  and  is  supposed  to  have  d.s.p. 

4.  Richard,  joint  Patentee  of  Lands  under  the  Act  of  Settlement, 
had  a  son, 

Richard,  d.s.p. 

1.  Katherine,  m.  William  Wright. 
The  2nd  son, 

FRANCIS  BEAMISH,  of  Kilmalooda,  garrisoned  his  residence  in  the 
rebellion  of  1641  ;  m.  Catherine,  dau.  of  Francis  Bernard,  of  Castle 
Mahon  (ancestor  of  the  Earls  of  Bandon),  and  had  issue  (with  three 
daus.), 

1.  FRANCIS,  s.  his  father. 

2.  John,  of  Keelworrough,  m.  1698,  Jane  Wood,  of  Kinneigh,  and 
had  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS,  s.  his  cousin  at  Kilmalooda. 

2.  John,  of  Lisgibba,  m.  1736,  Mary  Good,  of    Kilmeen,  and 
was  father  of  Richard  Beamish,  who  settled  in  America,  and 
left  descendants. 

3.  Thomas,  d.s.p. 

4.  Richard,  of  CasheJmore,  m.   1730,  Mary,  dau.  of  Char) 
Vignoles,  and  had  issue, 

(i)  John,  of  Cashelmore,  m.   10  Aug.   1767,  Eliza,  dau. 

Hewitt  Poole,  of  Mayfield,  and  had  issue, 

r.  John,  of  Cashelmore  and  Hare  Hill,  co.  Cork,  m.  ist, 
Jane,  dau.  of  John  Howe,  of  Glounavorrane,  and  by  her 
had  issue, 

a.  John  Howe,  d.  unm. 

b.  Richard,  d.s.p. 

c.  Thomas,  of  Hare  Hill,  and  Cashelmore,  m.  Margaret 
Helene,  only  dau.  of  Richard  Smyth,  of  Castle  Downeen. 
She  d.  Aug.  1886.     He  d.  March,  1886,  aged  86,  leaving 
issue, 

(a)  John,  of  Cashelmore,  co.  Cork,  b.  1840 ;  m.  Eliza- 
beth, dau.  of  James  Edward  Somerville,  M.D.  She  d. 
1882.  He  d.  28  Sept.  1908,  leaving  issue, 

i.  Thomas.  2.  James. 

3.  John.  4.  Edward. 

5.  Neville. 

i.  Eileen,  m.   22  Feb.   1911,  Robert  de  Strettoa 

Berkeley  Herrick,  Lieut.  I.M.S.,  3rd  son  of  Rev. 

George  Herrick,  Rector  of  Nohoval,  co.  Cork. 


37 


IRELAND. 


Beamish. 


(b)  Richard,   of  Hare   Hill,  Bancica.  J.P.,  b.  24  Dec. 

___.        Wil 
Smithwick. 


i855  ;    *»•   Jan.    1889,   Amy  Oliver^  dau.  of  William 


(a)  Barbara,  m.  ist,  A.  Hannay,  and  andly,  Andrew 
Scott. 

(b)  Jane  Howe,  m.  Henry  Beamish,  of  Dunmore  (see 
below). 

(c)  Elizabeth  Mary,  d.  young. 

(d)  Mary  Elizabeth,  m.  R.  Stewards. 

(e)  Margaret,  m.  Michael  French,  J.P.,  of  Westwood, 
Ross  Carbery,  and  had  issue. 

(/)  Katherine  Hewitt,  m.  E.  L.  Bevis. 
(g)  Ellen,  m.  E.  Pirn,  and  d.  Sept.  1907. 
(h)  Alice,  d.  unm. 

a.  Elizabeth,  m.  Dec.   1838,   Bernard   Beamish,  Lieut. 
84th  Regt. 

b.  Mary. 

He  m.  andly,  Catherine,  dau.  of  Thomas  Hewitt,  and  by 
her  had, 

c.  Catherine,  d.  unm. 

1.  Mary,  d.  young. 

2.  Lydia,  m.'  Sept.  1806,  Andrew  Poole,  of  Kilrush. 

3.  Elizabeth,  d.  Feb.  1849. 

(2)  George,  of  Clogheen,  m.  1789,  Catherine,  dau.  of  Henry 
Baldwin,  of  Old  Court,  by  Catherine  his  wife,  dau.  of  Jonas 
Morris,  of  Dunkettle,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Thomas  (Rev.),  of  Beaumont  House  and  of  Reengarri- 
geen,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  m.  Eliza,  dau.  of  Boyle 
Travers,  of  Ballymacowen,  and  d.s.p.  1855. 

2.  Richard,  of  Beaumont,  J.P.,  b.  1799  >   m-  1829,  Susan 
Becher  (d.  14  Aug.  1903,  aged  94),  and  dau.  of  Richard 
Hungerford,  of  Cappeen,  and  d.  15  Nov.  1867,  having  had 
issue, 

a.  George  (Rev.),  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  18^0  ;    m. 
ist,   1864,   Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Rev.  William  Chadwick 
Neligan,  LL.D.     She  d.  1865,  leaving  issue, 

(a)  Elizabeth,  m.  Newton  Price,  and  has  issue. 

He  m.  andly,  1871,  Henrietta,  dau.  of  George  Crofts,  of 
Temple  Hill,  and  d.  2  March,  1900,  having  by  her  had 
issue, 

(«)  Richard,  b.  30  June,  1874. 

(b)  George  Crofts,  Capt.  India  Med.  Service,  d.  unm. 
at  Jhansi,  India,  24  Sept.  1905. 

(c)  James   Aylmer,    M.B.    (Roy.    Univ.   of    Ireland), 
b.  16  Nov.  1881. 

(6)  Susan  Becher. 

(c)  Jane  Bredin,  m.  6  June,  1906,  Gerald  Udal,  4th 
son  of  William  Udal,  of  Olton  Hall,  Birmingham,  and 
has  issue. 

(d)  Henrietta  O'Donoghue  Martin,  m.  20  Sept.  1910, 
J.  Philip  Zieryogel,  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.,  3rd  son  of  C.  F. 
Ziervogel,  Resident  Magistrate,  of  Arcadia,  Pretoria. 

b.  Richard,    m.    Maria,    dau.    of   William    Bleazbv,  of 
Bleazby  Hall,  Ross  Carbery. 

c.  Thomas,   of   Passage   West,    co.   Cork,    M.D.,   J.P., 
t>.  April,  1838  ;  m.  ist,  May,  1865,  Harriet  Sophia,  dau. 
of  Rev.  Thomas  Walker,  Rector  of  Kilmalooda.    She 
d.s.p.  1875.     He  m.  2ndly,  2  Aug.  1876,  Anna  Jane  (she 
a.  13  Sept.  1905),  youngest  dau.  of  John  William  Topp, 
of  Bellevue,  co.  Cork,  by  Eliza  his  wife,  dau.  of  William 
Johnson,  of  Rockenham,  Passage  West,  and  has  issue, 

(a)  Richard  de  Beaumont,  Barrister-at-Law,  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Capt.   Cork  Art.,   B.A.   Caius  Coll.  Camb.,  b. 
2  Sept.  1877. 

(b)  St.  John  Hungerford  (Rev.),  B.A.  Corpus  Christ! 
Coll.  Camb.,  b.  17  Dec.  1878,  Curate  of  Winslow,  Bucks. 

(c)  Thomas  Henry  Baldwin,   b.   i   Sept.  1880;  d.   g 
Sept.  1891. 

(a)  Eileen  Elizabeth  Susan  Harriet,  m.  15  Sspt.  1909, 
Capt.  Norcott  d'Esterre  Roberts,  youngest  son  of 
Richard  Roberts,  J.P.,  of  Ardmore,  co.  Cork  (see  that 
family). 

d.  Henry  Baldwin,  M.D. 

e.  John.  /.  Becher  Hungerford. 
g.  William  Baldwin. 

a.  Jane  Hungerford,  m.  10  Nov.  1873,  Henry  Hungerford 
Whitney,  J.P.,  of  The  Turrets,  Nohoval,  co.  Cork,  he 
d.s.p.  16  Feb.  1906. 

b.  Katherine  Baldwin. 

c.  Susan  Becher. 

d.  Mary  Elizabeth,   m.   George   Hungerford,  and  had 
issue.     She  d.  12  Oct.  1911. 

e.  Annie  Maria,  m.  George  Beamish,  and  d.  17  Jan.  1900, 
leaving  issue. 

/.  Rhoda,  m.  William  Slade  Boake,  and  d.  in  Ceylon. 
g.  Charlotte  Sophia,  m.  ist,  Thomas  R.  Whitney  (who 

d.  27  Nov.  1887),  and  2ndly,  Boyle  FitzHenry  Travers. 

3.  George,  M.D.,  m.  1830,  Sophia,  dau.  of  Samuel  Orpen, 
of  Woodville,  Kerry,  and  had  issue, 

a.  George,  m.  his  cousin  Annie  Maria,  dau.  of   Richard 
Beamish,  J.P.,  of  Beaumont,  and  by  her  (who  d.  17  Jan. 
1900)  had  issue. 

b.  Orpen,  M.D.,  m.  Susan  Sarah,  dau.  of  William  Holmes, 
of  Carrigmore,  and  has  issue. 

c.  Richard.  d.  Horace. 

e.  John,  m.  his  cousin  Anne,  dau.  of  Henry  Baldwin 
Beamish  (see  bel<nv). 

a.  Sophia,  d.  unm. 

b.  Elizabeth  Henrietta,  d.  unm.  9  Dec.  1896   ltwin, 

c.  Anne  Maria,  d.  unm.  24  Dec.  1899  $  iwms. 

d.  Kathleen  Baldwin. 


4.  Henry  Baldwin,  of  Dunmore,  b    1800  ;    m.  ist,  1825, 
Anne,  dau.  of  Thomas  Marmion,  and  had  issue, 

«.  Henry  George;  of  Dunmore,  Clonakilty,  Cork  ;  m. 
Jane  Howe,  dau.  of  Thomas  Beamish,  of  Cashelmore 
(see  above),  and  d.  9  Jan.  1909,  leaving  issue. 

(a)  Alfred  St.  John. 

(b)  Arthur  Livingstone,  of  Dunmore. 
(a)  Eleanor  Mary  Barbara. 

b.  Thomas,  m.  Harriet  Grattan,  auu  !u,e  issue,  two  sons 
and  two  daus. 

c.  Richard,  m.  Ena  Leech,  and  has  issue,  a  son. 

d.  George,  has  issue,  a  son  and  a  dau. 

e.  Marmion,  m.  Grace  Morris,  and  d.s.p.  19  Nov.  1900. 

a.  Gertrude  Elizabeth,  m.  1858,  Henry  Boyle  Travers. 
J.P.,  of  Ballymacowen,  and  d.  23  Dec.  1909,  leaving 
issue. 

b.  Katherine,  d.s.p. 

c.  Mary,  m.  Samuel  Prosser,  d.s.p. 

d.  Henrietta. 

e.  Anne,  m.  her  cousin  (see  above)  John  Beamish. 

He  m.  andly,  1859,  Sarah  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Sadleir 
Forster,  of  Cork,  and  d.  27  July,  1892,  having  by  her  had 
issue, 

/.  John  Forster  (Rev.),  Vicar  of  Upperthong,  Yorkshire, 
b.  23  Nov.  1867 ;  m.  14  April,  1898,  Emily,  4th  dau.  of 
Rev.  William  Mathew  Plues,  and  has  issue, 

(a)  Terence  Forster  Baldwin,  b.  21  Nov.  1900. 

(b)  Brian  Plues,  b.  26  Aug.  1902. 
(a)  Kathleen  Emily,  b.  4  Feb.  1899. 

g.  William,  b.  May,  1869  ;   m.  Oct.  1896,  Dora,  dau.  of 
Major  Christie,  Chief  of  the  Punjab  Police. 
/.  Frances     May,  m.  April,   1885,   Lieut.-Col.    Thomas 
Robinson,  I.M.S.  (he  d.s.p.  3  Oct.  1908). 

f.  Georgina,  m.  Sept.  1880,  Arthur  Sumner,  and  has  issue. 
.  Sarah,  m.  10  May,  1905,  George  Frederick  Welsford, 
M.B.  Cantab,  of  Tiverton,  Devonshire,  and  has  issue, 
a  dau. 

i.  Mary,  m.  11  Jan.   1905,  David  Kingston  Wren,  of 
Dromovane  House,  Bandon. 
;'.  Elizabeth. 

5.  John,  of  Maulbrack  d.  unm. 

1.  Katherine  Morris,  m.  John  Teulon,  J.P.,  of  Bandon,  and 
had  issue. 

2.  Eliza,  m.  Henry  Austin,  of  Ring. 

3.  Mary,  m.  Richard  Tonson  Evanson,  of  Four-mile- Water, 
and  had  issue. 

4.  Harriett,  m.  Thomas  Morris,  of  Castle  Salem,  and  had 
issue. 

5.  Anne,  m.  George  Sweetman,  and  had  issue. 

3.  RICHARD,  of  Garranloughane,  ancestor  of  BEAMISH  of  Mount- 
beamish  (see  that  family). 

4.  Thomas. 

Mr.  Beamish,  of  Kilmalooda,  d.  1679,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

FRANCIS  BEAMISH,  of  Kilmalooda,  m.  1677-8,  Anne,  dau.  of 
John  Freke,  by  whom  (who  m.  2ndly,  John  Smith)  he  had,  with  a 
dau.,  Anne,  a  son  and  successor, 

FRANCIS  BEAMISH,  of  Kilmalooda,  m.  1726,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
,  Joseph  Jervois,  of  Brade,  and  widow  of  Percy  Smyth,  of  Head- 
borough,  but  d.s.p.  He  was  s.  by  his  cousin, 

FRANCIS  BEAMISH,  of  Kilmalooda  (eldest  son  of  John  Beamish, 
of  Keelworrough),  m.  1727,  Mary  Warren,  of  Kilmichael,  and  had 
issue  (with  three  daus.)  an  only  son, 

FRANCIS  BEAMISH,  of  Kilmalooda,  m.  1758,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
John  Sealy,  of  Richmount,  co.  Cork,  and  had  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS,  his  heir. 

2.  SAMPSON,  s.  his  nephew,  Townsend. 

3.  John,  of  Killinear  and  Bandon,  M.D.,  m.  Maria,  dau.  of  John 
Teulon,  and  had  issue  (with  daus.)  five  sons, 

1.  Francis,  of  Killinear  and  Bandon,  Barrister-at-Law. 

2.  Charles,  Major-Gen,  in  the  Army  ;    late  35th  Foot. 

3.  John  (Rev.),  m.  1842,  Mary,  2nd  dau.  of  William  Allen,  of 
Liscongill,  co.  Cork.    She  d.  29  July,  1906.     He  d.  1847,  leaving 
issue. 

4.  Peter  Teulon  (Ven.),  Archdeacon  of  Melbourne,  D.D.  and 
LL.D.,  m.   Isabella  Mary,  dau.  of  Captain  John  Bews,  73rd 
Regt.,  and  had  issue, 

(i)  Francis,  m.  and  has  issue,  a  son, 

Francis  Teulon,  b.  1890. 
(i)  Mary.  (2)  Henrietta. 

(3)  Emma  Cusack  Russell. 

5.  George,  dec. 

1.  Eleanor,  m.  1784,  William  Austin. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  Richard  Gillman,  of  Gurteen. 

3.  A  dau.,  m.  Boyle  Travers,  of  Ballymacowen. 
The  eldest  son, 

FRANCIS   BEAMISH,   of   Kilmalooda,   m.   Mary,   dau.   of  Francis 
Townsend,  of  Clogheen,  co.  Cork,  and  had  three  daus.  and  two  sons. 
;  The  elder  son, 

TOWNSEND  BEAMISH,  of  Kilmalooda,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Walter 
Atkins,  and  had  one  child,  who  predeceased  him.  He  was  s.  in  the 
Kilmalooda  estates  by  his  uncle, 

SAMPSON  BEAMISH,  of  Kilmalooda,  J.P.,  m.  1800,  Catherine,  dau. 
of  the  Rev.  Thomas  Waller  Evans  (nephew  of  George,  ist  Lord 
Carbery),  and  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  of  Kilmalooda.  2.  SAMPSON,  of  Kilmalooda. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  Francis  Bennett,  of  Clonakilty. 
Mr.  Beamish  was  s.  at  his  decease  by  his  elder  son, 

THOMAS  BEAMISH,  of  Kilmalooda,  J.P.,  m.  3  Jan.  1829,  Lydia 
:  Maria,  eldest  dau.  of  Capt.  Andrew  Poole,  of  Kilrush  ;    she  d.s.p. 
1869  ;  he  d.s.p.  4  April,  1874,  and  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

SAMPSON  BEAMISH,  of  Kilmak>oda,  J.P.,  m.  1836,  Elizabeth,  2nd 


Beamish. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


dau.  of  Capt.   Andrew  Poole,  of  Kilrush.     She  d.  1898.     He  d.  4 
Feb.  1 88 1,  having  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  J.P.,  b.  1840;   m.  Hannah,  only  child  of  Rev.  John 
Madras,  and  d.v.p.  1878,  leaving  issue, 

i.  SAMPSON    THOMAS,    present   representative. 

i.  Lydia  Maria  Poole,  m.  1897,  Spencer  Eaton  Travers,  son  of 

Robert  Travers,  of  Timoleagne  Abbey,  co.  Cork,  and  has  issue. 

2    Hannah  Madras,  m.  1904,  William  Verling  Tayler,  son  of 

William  Parker  Tayler,  R.N.,  of  Glenbrook,  co.  Cork,  and  has 

issue. 

2.  Andrew  Poole,  d.  unm.  1879. 

3.  Francis  John,  J.P.,  of  Lettacollum,  b.  1856;    m.  1877,  Alice, 
dau.  of  H.  J.   Hungerford,  of  Cahinnore,  co.  Cork,  and  d.s.p. 
6  May,  1897. 

1.  Lydia  Maria,  d.  unm.  1880. 

2.  Elizabeth  Poole,  m.  Warren  Crook,  J.P.,  of  Old  town. 

3.  Mary  Charlotte. 

Seat— Kilmalooda  House,  Timoleague,  co.  Cork. 


BEAMISH    OF   MOTJNTBEAMISH. 

COL.  DAVID  GREGORY  BEAMISH,  Col.  in  the  Army, 
late  Lieut.-Col.  5th  Northumberland  Fusiliers, 
b.  23  March,  1842  ;  m.  Nov.  1877,  Mary,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Hammond,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Ella  Wright,  m.  n  Nov.  1903,  Charles,  3rd  son  of  Henry 
Evans,  of  the  Bank  of  Ireland,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Ellen  Prudence  Gregory. 

Lineage. — RICHARD  BEAMISH,  of  Upper  Bolteen  or  Mount- 
beamish  and  Garranloughane,  or  Willsgrove,  and  other  lands  in 
co.  Cork,  was  3rd  son  of  Francis  Beamish,  of  Kilmalooda  (see  that 
family),  by  Catherine,  dau.  of  Francis  Bernard,  M.P.,  of  Castle 
Bernard.  He  m.  1695,  Mary  Townsend,  of  Clonakilty,  by  whom  he 
had  issue, 

1.  John  (Rev.),  of  Maulbrack.  co.  Cork,  M.A.,  6.  1697  ;  m.  1740, 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  George  Morris,  J.P.,  of  Benduffe,  and  d.  1777, 
having  had  issue, 

1.  Francis,  d.s.p. 

2.  J ohn  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Berehaven,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  William 
Purcell,  of  Park,  co.  Cork. 

2.  GEORGE,  of  whom  hereafter. 

3.  WILLIAM,  of  Willsgrove,  Capt.  R.N. ;   m.  1750,  Alice,  (who  d. 
1773),  dau.  of  Major  William  North  Ludlow  Bernard,  of  Castle 
Bernard,  by  Rose  Echlin,  co-heiress  with   her  sister  Hester,  the 
mother  of  Thomas  Knox,  ist  Viscount  Northland,  and  had  issue 
(see  BEAMISH  of  Comphull). 

4.  Thomas,  m.  1738,  Dorothy,  dau.  of  Samuel  Swete,  of  Kilglas, 
co.  Cork,  J.P.,  and  d.s.p. 

1.  Jane,  m.  1728,  Thomas  Beamish,  of  Raharoon. 
The  2nd  son, 

GEORGE  BEAMISH,  of  Mountbeamish,  m.  1748,  Frances,  dau.  of 
Henry  Jones,  J.P.,  of  Drombeg,  co.  Cork,  and  by  her  had  issue 
(besides  a  son,  George,  who  in.  Anne,  sister  of  Major  Beresford 
Gahan,  and  had  issue,  George,  who  m.  a  dau.  of  the  Rev.  W.  Stewart 
of  Kilgariff),  an  eldest  son, 

REV.  SAMUEL  BEAMISH,  of  Mountbeamish,  J.P.,  Vicar  of  Kin- 
sale  ;  m.  ist,  July,  1774,  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Stamer,  of  Rock 
Castle,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

1.  George,  in  the  Army,  d.s.p.  2.  Samuel,  d.s.p. 

3.  JOHN  SAMUEL,  of  Mountbeamish. 

4.  William,  m.  Sept.  1809,  Harriet,  dau.  of  Adam  Newman,  of 
Dromore,  and  sister  of  Very  Rev.  Horatio  Townsend  Newman, 
Dean  of  Cork.     He  had  issue, 

1.  Samuel  George,  Capt.  sth  Regt.  ;    m.  1834,  Hannah,  only 
child  of  John  Slingsby,  of  Yorkshire,  and  had, 

(1)  Henry  Slingsby,  late  I4th  Light  Dragoons,  dec. 

(2)  George  John  Newman,  late  I4th  Foot,  dec. 
(i)  Frances  Susanna  Charlotte. 

2.  John   Newman,    of   Queenstown,    J.P.,    Barrister-at-Law  ; 
m.  1852,  Ellen,  widow  of  J.  B.  O'Sullivan,  Barrister-at-Law, 
and  d.  23  Oct.  1886. 

3.  Adam   Newman    (Rev.),  b.  1815  ;  m.  his  cousin,  the  dau. 
of  Adam  Newman,  of  Dromore  House,  and  had  issue, 

William  Henry,  b.  1849  ;   m.  Aug.  1876,  Mary  Helena,  dau. 
of  Francis  Jervis,  of  Brade,  and  has  issue, 

Jervis  William  Newman, 

Helena  Newman. 

4.  William,  m.   ist,  dau.  of  Rev.  J.  Kingston,  LL.B.,  Vicar- 
General  of  Cloyne,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1868)  had  no  issue.     He 
m.  2ndly,  1871,  Mary  Webb,  dau.  of  George  Loane,  Surgeon 
H.M.'s  48th  and  49th  Regt.,  and  d.  1883,  leaving  an  only  son, 

William  Henry,  Lieut.  3rd  Royal  Dublin  Fusiliers,  d.  unm. 
ig  April,  1900. 

1.  Sarah,  m.  Major  Edward  Rogers,  of  the  3rd  Buffs. 

2.  Frances  Annie,   m.   Gen.   Nicholas    Hamilton,   K.H.,  of  sth 
Regt.,  Col.   of  H.M.'s  82nd  Regt.,  and  had  issue. 

Rev.  S.  Beamish,  of  Mountbeamish,  m.  2ndly,  1791,  Marv,  dau. 
of  Joshua  Hamilton  (by  his  wife,  dau.  of  Sir  "Richard  Cox,"  Bart., 
M.P.),  brother  of  the  Right  Hon.  Sackville  Hamilton,  M.P.,  Sec- 
retary of  State  for  Ireland,  and  grandson  of  Gen.  ist  Viscount 
Boyne,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

5.  Henry  Hamilton  (Rev.),  J.P.,  Vicar  of  Kinsale,  Incumbent  of 
Trinity    Chapel,  London,    a   distinguished     preacher   and   con- 
troversialist,   b.    3    Jan.    1796 ;     m.    ist,  1820,  Anne  Isabella, 
only   child   of   the    Rev.    Edward    Spread,  of   Bride,  Rector  of 


Youghal,  by  Anne   his  wife,  sister  and  co-heir  of    Percy   Scott 
Smyth,  of  Headborough.     She  d.  17  May,  1847,  leaving  issue, 
i.  Samuel  Henry  (Rev.),  one  of  H.M.'s  Chaplain!  in  India,  and 
Vicar  of  Lamorbey,  Kent,  b.  12  June,  1821;  d.  unm.  n  Jan. 
1900. 

:>.  Edward  Spread,  of  Halfway  Street  House,  near  Bexley, 
Kent,  Lieut.-Col.  R.A.,  J.P.,  m.  ist,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John 
Dougal,  D.L.,  of  Glenferness,  Morayshire,  and  by  her  (who  d. 
1863)  had  a  dau., 

(i)  Anne  Isabella. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1868,  Diana  Spencer,  dau.  of  Frederick  Mortimer 
Lewin,  I.C.S.,  of  Halfway  Street,  Kent.  She  d.  14  Nov. 
1903.  He  d.  17  April,  1892,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Frederick   Chaloner,   of   Halfway   Street   House,    Kent, 
Cape  Mounted  Rifles,  late  Lieut.  Queen's  Own  Royal  West 
Kent  Regt.,  b.  24  Nov.  1870  ;    m.  17  Jan.  1905,  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  John  Campbell  Dick,  and  has  issue, 

Lizette. 

(2)  Edward  Percy  Fitzroy,  b.  1873. 

(3)  Charles   Noel    Bernard,   B.A.   Emm.    Coll.    Camb.,  6. 
12  Feb.  1877. 

(2)  Augusta  Diana,  b.  18  Jan.  1860. 

(3)  Constance  Elizabeth  Noel,  d.  young,  May,  1872. 

(4)  Edith  Spread,  d.  an  infant,  1872, 

(5)  Olive  Mary,  b.  28  Oct.  1875. 

(6)  Cecilia  Hamilton,  b.  27  July,  1880. 

3.  Henry  Hamilton,  C.B.,  Rear- Admiral,  A.D.C.  to  the  Queen, 
1878-80,   served  with  distinction  in   Burmah,   Baltic,   China 
(three  medals  with  clasps).     He  was  b.  16  April,  1829  >  m-  ist. 
Louisa,  widow  of  Capt.  Forman,  Rifle  Brigade,  and  eldest  dau. 
of  John  and  Lady  Louisa  Slater  Harrison,  of  Shelswell  Park, 
Oxon.     She  d.  1865,  leaving  a  dau., 

(i)  Louisa  Esther,  d.  young. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1867,  Blanche  Georgina,  younger  dau.  of  Capt. 
W.  Marjpribanks  Hughes,  4th  Dragoons,  who  had  assumed  by 
Royal  Licence  the  names  of  LOFTUS  OTWAY  (see  Baronetage). 
He  d.  1 8  July,  1901,  having  by  her  had  issue, 

(1)  Robert  Otway  Hamilton,  late  Lieut.  R.N.,  b.  Sept.  1868. 

(2)  Sackville    Edward,  Cecil  Hamilton,  Capt.  West    India 
Regt.,  b.  13  May,  1872. 

(3)  Henry  Hamilton. 

(4)  Percy  Tuf  ton  Hamilton,  Commander  R.N . 

(5)  Gustavus  W.  Loftus  Hamilton,  d.  young. 

(6)  John  Spread  Hamilton. 

(2)  Maud  Louisa  Hamilton,  m.  15  Aug.  1893,  Maj.-Gen.   Sir 
W.  Hope  Meiklejohn,  K.C.B.,  C.M.G.     He  d.  i  May,  1909. 

(3)  Evelyn  Frances  Hamilton. 

(4)  Margaret    Esther  Hamilton,   m.   9  March,    1904,  Capt. 
Horace  Mackenzie  Smith,  D.S.O.,  8sth  K.L.I.,  and  has  issue. 

4.  John  Bedell,  d.s.p.  1854. 

5.  Percy  Smyth,  of  Casa  Santa  Croce,  Alassio,  late  of  the 
Admiralty,   m.    ist,   Ada   Nuenberg,   eldest  dau.   of    Bright 
Smith,  J.P. ;  she  d.  1873,  leaving  issue,  a  dau., 

Ethel  Margaret  Hamilton. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1875,  Frances  Emily,  widow  of  Col.  Strange,  C.B., 
R.H.A.,  and  dau.  of  Major-Gen.  Ormsby,  Governor  Royal 
Military  Academy,  Woolwich,  by  Emily  Lavina,  dau.  of  the 
Hon.  and  Right  Rev.  William  Knox,  Bishop  of  Derry.  She 
d.  25  Nov.  1902.  He  d.  n  Dec.  1908. 

1.  Isabella  Anne,  d.  unm.  24  June,  1892. 

2.  Mary  Hamilton,   m.   24  May,   1846,   Rev.   Charles  Henry 
Ramsden,  of  Carlton,   Notts.,  and  d.  July,  1902,  leaving  issue 
(see  thai  family). 

3.  Anne  Elizabeth,  d.  unm.  13  Oct.  1899. 

4.  Jane  Anne  Wilhelmina  St.  Maur,  d.  unm.  21  Aug.  1853. 

5.  Esther  Matilda  Grace,  d.  unm.  Dec.  1882. 

6.  Frances  Lucy  Margaret,  m.  29  Jan.  1903,  Frederick  Pering 
Jellard. 

The  Rev.  Henry  Hamilton  Beamish  m.  2ndly,  1850,  Frances, 
widow  of  John  Dick,  I.C.S.,  and  dau.  of  John  Udny,  Judge  of 
the  Supreme  Court  of  Calcutta,  and  d.  1872,  leaving  a  dau., 

7.  Catherine  Emily,  m.  18  Jan.   1887,  Rev.  Joseph  Blaydes 
Palmer,  Vicar  of  South  Stainley,  Leeds. 

3.  Mary  Hamilton,  m.  Rev.  Richard  Webb. 
The  3rd  s'on, 

JOHN  SAMUEL  BEAMISH,  of  Mountbeamish,  m.  i  Sept.  1802, 
Arabella,  dau.  of  Benjamin  Swayne,  of  Aghada  House,  and  d.  1853, 
leaving  issue, 

1.  Samuel  (Rev.),  d.  unm. 

2.  Benjamin  Swayne,  of  Mountbeamish,  m.  Charity  Margaret, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Little,  and  d.s.p.  1879. 

3.  John,  d.s.p. 

4.  George,  of   Mountbeamish,  m.  Nov.  1844,  Lucy,  dau.  of   S. 
Crosthwaite,  and  d.s.p.  Dec.  1881. 

5.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  July,  1837,  Henry  Herrick. 

2.  Isabella,  m.  Feb.  18^6,  Henry  Jones. 

3.  Harriet,  m.  1854,  Capt.  William  Hamilton,  37th  Regt.,  and 
d.  1902. 

4.  Frances  Anne,  m.  1845,  Frederick  Caleb  McCarthy,  of  Carig- 
navar  House,  and  d.s.p. 

The  youngest  son, 

WILLIAM  BEAMISH,  of  Mountbeamish,  Physician,  m.  May,  1840, 
Ellen,  dau.  of  Lieut.-Col.  David  Gregory,  45th  Regt.,  and  d.  1887, 
having  had  issue, 

1.  DAVID  GREGORY,  present  representative. 

2.  William,  b.  1848 ;  d.  1892. 

3.  Benjamin,  b.  Dec.  1860 ;  m.  21  March,  1888,  Florence,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Vance,  of  Blackrock  House,  co.  Dublin,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Desmond  William,  b.  13  May,  1891. 

2.  Geoffrey  Gordon  Vance,  b.  4  Jan.  1895. 


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IRELAND. 


Beamish. 


1.  Arabella,   m.   1867,  Surg.-Gen.  Graham  Auchinleck,  who  d. 
4  July,  1902. 

2.  Ellen  Katherine,  m.   1870,  F.  T.  D.   Reid,  6th    Inniskilling 
Dragoons,  arid  d.  1888. 

3.  Elizabeth   Henrietta,  m.   i   Dec.  1900,  Maj.  Edward  Charles 
William  Gilborne,  late  5th  Lancers. 

4.  Charity  Margaret,  m.  1881,  Capt.  Creighton,  io7th  Regt.,  and 
d.  1903. 

5.  Emily,  d.  unm.  1883. 

Residence — i,  Eglinton  Park,  Kingstown. 


BEAMISH    OF    COMPHTTLL. 

WILLIAM       ROBERT 
DELACOUR     BEAMISH, 
of  Comphull,  co.  Sligo, 
Lieut.  R.E.,  6,  29  Sept.  - 
1879. 

Lineage. — CAPT.  WIL- 
LIAM BEAMISH,  R.N.,  of 
Willsgrove  (3rd  son  of 
Richard  Beamish,  of  Mount- 
beamish  (see  preceding 
article),  m.  1750,  Alice,  dau. 
of  Major  William  North 
Ludlow  Bernard,  of  Castle 
Bernard,  and  d.  1773,  having 
by  her  (who  d.  1792)  had 
issue, 

1.  Francis      Bernard,     of 
Willsgrove,      Barrister-at- 
Law,  M.P.    for    Rathcor- 
mac,  sold  his  paternal  pro- 
perty   to  his  kinsman,  the 
Earl    of   Bandon,   and   d. 
unm.  1805. 

2.  Richard,     b.     n     Feb. 
1755  ;  d.  unm. 

3.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

4.  Charles  (Rev.),  d.  at  Pisa,  30  Sept.  1842,  leaving  issue,  by 
Susannah  his  wife. 

5.  James,  d.  unm.  6.  Isaac,  d.  unm. 

1.  Rose,  m.  William  Cuthbert,  of  Bloomfield,  co.  Cork,  and  d. 
1834. 

2.  Mary,  m.  Thomas  Ware,  J.P.,  of  Woodford,  and  d.   1839, 
leaving  issue. 

The  3rd  son, 

WILLIAM  BEAMISH,  of  Beaumont,  entered  the  Royal  Navy,  ex- 
changed into  the  Army  and  served  in  the  American  War  as  "Adjt. 
of  the  igth  Regt.,  b.  13  May,  1760 ;  m.  ig  Sept.  1789,  Anne  Jane 
Margaret,  dau.  of  Robert  Delacour,  of  Mallow,  Treasurer  of  co. 
Cork,  and  by  her  (who  d.  8  Aug.  1852)  had  issue, 

1.  William,  of  Beaumont,  b.  19  July,  1790  ;  m.  15  Sept.  1814, 
Hon.  Mary  de  Courcy,  dau.  of  John,  2 6th  Lord  Kingsale,  and  d. 
i  Oct.  1838,  having  by  her  (who  d.  17  April,  1825)  had  issue, 

1,  Will  am,  of  Beaumont,  M.A.  (Cantab.),  b.  27  Feb.  1821  ; 
d.  unm.  1847. 

2.  John  de  Courcy,  of  Beaumont,  R.N.,  b.  1822  ;  d.  unm.  1848. 

1.  Susan,  d.  unm.  1831. 

2.  Anne  Jane  Margaret,  m.  May,  1846,  Rev.  William  Hamilton 
Thompson,   Rector  of  Stoke  Dry,  J.P.  co.  Rutland,  and    d. 
18  Jan.  1892,  leaving  issue  two  daus. 

2.  ROBERT  DELACOUR,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Charles,  d.  young.  4.  Hugh,  d.  young.  . 

5.  North  Ludlow,  of  Annemount,  co.    Cork,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff 
1855,  Knight  of  the  Guelphic  Order,  Capt.  4th  Dragoon  Guards, 
Lieut.-Col.,  a  la  suite,   in  the    Hanoverian  Service,  F.R.S.,  b. 
29  Dec.  1796  ;  m.  27  May,  1841,  Aline  Marie,  dau.  and  co-heiress 
of  Rev.  John  Eric  Forsstrom,  Dean  of  Munktorp,  and  d.  28  April, 
1872,  having  by  her  (who  d.  13  Feb.  1900)  had  issue, 

1.  North  Ludlow  Axel,  of  Ashgrove,  co.  Cork,  J.P.,  B.A.  Trin. 
Coll.  Dublin,  b.   14  June,  1842  ;   m.  16  Nov.  1869,  his  cousin, 
Edith  Annie,  dau.  and   co-heiress  of    Rev.  William  Hamilton 
Thompson,  Rector  of  Stoke  Dry  (see  above),  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Ludlow  Hamilton,  b.  26  Jan.  1871. 

(2)  Harold  Delacour,  Capt.  Leicester  Regt.,  b.  23  June,  1874. 
(i)  Ethel  Hulda  Frances,  d.  unm.  5  July,  1896. 

2.  William  Adolphe,  late  3ist  Regt.,  b.  15  June,  1844. 

3.  George  Horace  Townsend,  b.  8  Dec.  1847. 

i.  Aline  Matilda  Hulda.  2.  Alice,  d.  young. 

6.  Richard,  F.R.S.  (see  BEAMISH  of  Ashbourne). 

7.  Charles,  of  Delacour  Villa,  co.  Cork,  J.P.,  b.  i  Jan.  1801 ;     m. 
Caroline,  dau.  of  —  Smith,  and  d.  18  Jan.  1867,  having  had  (with 
daus.)  a  son, 

Charles,  d.  unm.  Jan.  1878. 

8.  Francis  Bernard,  of  Grenville  House,  J.P.  and  D.L.  co.  Cork, 
High  Sheriff  1852,  Mayor  1841,  M.P.  1837-41,  and  1857-65,  b.  5 
April,  1802  ;  m.  3  May,  1837,  Hon.  Catherine  Savery  de  Lisle  de 
Courcy,  dau.  of  Capt.  the  Hon.  Michael  de  Courcy,  R.N.,  and 
sister  of  John  Stapleton,  2 8th  Lord  Kingsale ;  and    d.   i   Feb. 
1868,  leaving  by  her  (who  d.  5  Feb.  1874)  a  son, 

Francis  Bernard  Servington,  of  Tuckton  House,  Christchurch, 
Hants,  b.  31  Jan.  1839 ;  m.  24  July,  1862,  Kate  Phoebe,  dau. 
of  Lieut.-Col.  Edward  Osburne  Broadley,  and  by  her  (who  d. 
10  March,  1873)  had  issue, ]^ 


(1)  Francis  Edward  de  Courcy,  b.  4  March,  1866. 

(2)  William  Stuart  Broadley  (Skurton  Court,  near  Bridgwaier), 
b.  1868  ;  m.  Zelie,  only  dau.  of  Capt.  Sydney  Smith,  and  has 
had  issue,  two  sons  and  a  dau.,  Daphne  Alice  Geraldine  Dash- 
wood,  d.  22  Sept.  1907. 

9.  James  Caulneld,  of  Plymouth,  b.   i  May,  1803  ;    m.  Louisa 
Erskine,  dau.  of  Lieut.-Col.  Archibald  Macdonald,  C.B.,  Adju- 
tant-Gen, of  H.M.  Forces  in  India.    She  d.  15  Sept.  1907.     He  d. 
26  March,  1862,  leaving  issue, 

Caulneld  Francis,  Capt.  45th  Regt.,  b.  1834  ;  d.  unm.  29  Sept. 

1881. 

Louisa  Kate,  m.  1863,  Morley  Headlam,  of  Gilmonby  Hall.  co. 

York,  and  Whorlton  Grange,  co.  Durham.     She  d.  15  April, 

1910.     He  d.  18  Dec.  1884,  leaving  issue  (see  that  family). 

10.  Godfrey  Clarke,  R.N.,  d.  unm.  11.  Arthur,  d.  young. 

1.  Dorcas,  m.   1829,  Maj.-Gen.  Frederick  Meade,  of  Belmont, 
co.  Cork,  and  d.s.p.  17  April,  1873.    He  d.  12  Sept.  1865. 

2.  Alice,  d.  young. 

Mr.  Beamish  d.  17  April,  1828.     The  2nd  son, 

ROBERT  DELACOUR  BEAMISH,  of  Ditchley,  co.  Cork,  High  Sheriff 
1841,  M.A.  Camb.,  Barrister-at-Law,  b.  16  July,  1791  ;  m.  Maria 
Anne,  dau.  of  Lieut.-Col.  Archibald  Macdonald,  C.B.  He  d.  27 
May,  1877,  having  had  issue, 

1.  William  Delacour,  b.  16  Jan.  1841 ;  d.  unm.  21  Nov.  1872. 

2.  Archibald  Macdonald,  Capt.  37th  Regt.,  b.  28   May,   1842  ; 
d.  unm.  22  June,  1877. 

3.  JAMES  CAULFIELD,  of  whom  presently. 

4.  Grenville  Pigott,  b.  22  March,  1851. 
The  3rd  son, 

JAMES  CAULFIELD  BEAMISH,  of  Ditchley,  co.  Cork,  and  Comphull, 
co.  Sligo,  J.P.  for  both  cos.,  Senior  Capt.  8th  Brig. N.  Irish  Div.  R.A. 
and  Royal  Cork  Art.  Mil.,  b.  1847  ;  m.  ist,  1868,  Lizzie,  dau.  of 
Richard  Beare  Tooker,  and  by  her  (div.  1877)  had  issue, 

1.  Alice  Maud.  2.  Maria. 

He  m.  2ndly,  14  Dec.  1878,  Elizabeth,  dau.  and  heiress  of  Peter 
Niddrin,  J.P. ,  of  Comphull,  co.  Sligo,  and  Over  Howden,  co.  Ber- 
wick, and  d.  18  May,  1896,  leaving  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  ROBERT  DELACOUR,  now  of  Comphull. 

Anns — Arg.,  a  lion  ramp,  between  three  trefoils,  slipped  gu. 
Crest — A  demi  lion  ramp.  gu.  charged  on  the  shoulder  with  a 
trefoil  slipped  or.  Motto — Virtus  insignit  audentes. 

Seat — Comphull,  Dromore  West,  co.  Sligo. 


BEAMISH    OF    ASHBOURNE. 

RICHARD         HENRIK 

BEAMISH,  of  Ashbourne, 

1  co,  Cork,  High  Sheriff  of 

the  City  of  Cork,  1907  and 

1911,    D.L.,   b.   16   June, 

1861;    m.    14   Oct.    1903, 

Violet,  dau,    of  Col.  W, 

Pitcairn     Campbell, 

I  A.D.C.,  3rd  batt,  King's 

j  Royal    Rifle  Corps,   and 

|  has  issue, 

1.  RICHARD  PIGOTT,  b.  14  June, 
1909. 

1.  Huldine  Violet,  b.  17  June,  1906. 

2.  Noreen  Violet,  b. 

Lineage. — RICHARD     BEAMISH,  F.R.S.,  sometime  an  officer 
|  Coldstream  Guards,  author  of  the  Life  of  Brunei  and  other  works ; 
6th  son  of  William  Beamish,  of  Beaumont  (see  BEAMISH  of  Comp- 
hull), b.   16    July,  1798  ;  m.  1831,  Theodosia  Mary,  only  dau.  and 
heiress  of  Lieut.-Col.  Augustus  George  Charles  Heise,   C.B.,  K.H., 
by  Theodosia  his  wife,  dau.  and  co-heiress  of  Rev.  William  King, 
;  Rector  of  Mallow.    She  d.  23  April,  1874.     He  d.  20  Nov.  1873, 
leaving  issue, 

1.  RICHARD  PIGOTT,  late  of  Ashbourne. 

2.  Alien    Augustus    William,    Lieut.-Col.     R.E.,    b.  24    Sept. 
1841 ;  m.  20  Dec.  1892,  May  Ross,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Gillespie,  and 
Margaret  his  wife,  dau.  ot  George  Robertson.    She  d.  17  Nov. 
1906.     He  d.  21  March,  1902,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Alten,  b.  30  Aug.,  d.  6  Sept.  1893. 

2.  Arthur  John,  b.  17  Nov.  1894. 

3.  George  Gillespie,  b.  3  Jan.  1901. 

1.  Anne  Theodosia,  m.  2  Nov.  1880,  the  Hon.  and  Rev.  Edward 
Plantagenet  Airey  Talbot,  Vicar   of  Evercreech,  Somerset  (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage, TALBOT  DE  MALAHIDE,  B.).     Hed.s.p.  16  March, 
1904.     She  d.  10  Jan.  1905. 

2.  Emily  Isabella,  m.  1884,  Robert  Emil  Le  Bauld  de  Nans,  Col. 
Prussian  Art.,  Knight.of  the  Red  Eagle  and  Prussian  Crown. 

The  elder  son, 

RICHARD  PIGOTT  BEAMISH,  of  Ashbourne,  co.  Cork,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
sometime  Capt.  W.  Cork  Art.  Mil.,  b.  21  June,  1832;  m.  20  May, 
1858,  Hulda  Elizabeth  Constance,  only  dau.  and  heir  of  Charles 
Gustavus  Mosander,  Knight  of  the  North  Star  of  Sweden,  by  Hulda 
Phillippina  his  wife,  daxi.  and  co-heiress  of  Rev.  John  Erik  Forsstrom. 
She  d.  24  Dec.  1892,  He  d.  7  June,  1899,  having  had  issue, 

1.  RICHARD  HENRIK,  now  of  Ashbourne. 

2.  Gustaf  William,  b.  5  Jan.  1864. 

1.  Huldine,   m.   Baron  Carl  Alexander  Fock,   Capt.    ist   Royal 
Swedish  Foot  Guards,  Knight  of  the  Sword  of  Sweden. 


Beaumont. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


40 


Arms — Arg.  a  lion  ramp.,  betw.  three  trefoils  slipped  gu. 
Crest— A  demi  lion  ramp.  gu.  charged  on  the  shoulder  with  a  trefoil 
slipped  or.  Motto — Virtus  insignit  audentes. 

Seat — Ashbourne,  Glounthaune,   co.  Cork. 


BEAUMONT-NESBITT.    See  NESBITT. 


WRIXON-BECHER    OF    CASTLE    HYDE. 

WILLIAM  NICHOLAS  WRIXON-BECHER,  of  Castle 
Hyde,  co.  Cork,  D.L.,  M.A.,  late  Lieut.  62nd  Regt., 
b.  1831  ;  m.  1888,  Georgiana,  dau.  of  Capt.  W. 
Herrick,  of  Shippool,  Innishannon,  co.  Cork.  Mr. 
Wrixon-Becher  is  the  youngest  son  of  Sir  William 
Wrixon-Becher,  ist  bart.  (who  d.  Oct.  1850),  and 
Elizabeth  his  wife,  dau.  of  John  O'Neill. 

Lineage,  Arms,  &c.—  See  BURKE'S  Peerage. 

Seat— Castle  Hyde,  Fermoy,  co.  Cork. 


WRIXON-BECHER. 

See  BURKE'S   PEERAGE,  WRIXON-BECHER,  Bart. 


BELLEW.      See   BURKE'S    PEERAGE,  BELLE  W, 
GRATTAN-BELLEW,  Bart. 


BELLINGHAM. 

Sec  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  BELLINGHAM,  Bart. 


BENCE-JONES.    See  JONES. 


BENNETT  OF  CASTLE  ROE. 
REV.  EDMUND  THOMAS  BENNETT,  of  Castle  Roe, 
co.  Londonderry,  M.A.  Oxford,  Vicar  of  Littleton, 
Winchester,  1899-1901,  £.9  Aug.  1849  ;  m.  24  Sept. 
1872,  Laura  Maria,  eld.  dau.  of  the  late  Lieut. -Col. 
Thomas  Edmonds  Holmes,  Oxfordshire  L.I.,  and 
has  issue, 

1.  LIONEL  EDMUND  ANSTEY,  late  Lieut.  Oxfordshire  L.I.,  served 
in  S.  Africa  1901  (severely  wounded,  medal  with  three  clasps), 
b.  18  April,  1875  ',  »»•  19  April,  1898,  Anna  Constance  Georgina 
(who  d.  27  May,  1900),  only  child  of  Gen.  the  Hon.  Charles 
Dawson  Plunkett,  son  of  the  nth  Baron  Louth  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage) . 

1.  Eveline  Anstey,  m.  26  Feb.  1895,  Francis  Edward  Drummond- 
Hay,  M.V.O.,  British  Consul  at  Christiania,  and  has  issue  (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage,  KINNOULL,  E.). 

2.  Muriel  Grace  Charlotte  Anstey,  m.  4  Jan.  1908,  Thomas  Erskine 
Lambert,  eldest  son  of  Cowley  Lambert,  J.P.,  of  Little  Taneley, 
near  Guildford,  and  has  issue. 

Lineage.— THOMAS  BENNETT,  of  Castle  Roe,  co.  Londonderry, 
J.P.,  m.  Jane,  dau.  of  Major  Ovens.  She  d.  4  May,  1858.  He 
d.  ii  Feb.  1873,  having  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Stephen  (Rev.),  M.A.  Oriel'CoU.  Oxon,  late  Rector  of  Uphill, 
Somerset  (Grantlands,  Uppculme,  Devon),  b.  1827,  m.  1873,  Emilv 
dau.    of    Henry    D.    Brown,    H.E.I.C.S.,    formerly    Judge    at 
Poona    India,  and  grand-dau.  of  Sir  Lionel  Darell,  Bart,  (see 
BURKE  s  Peerage). 

The  elder  son, 

THOMAS  BENNETT,  of  Christ's  Coll.  Camb.,  m.  8  Oct  1848  Char- 
lotte,  dau.  of  John  Anstey.  She  d.  7  Dec.  1891.  He  d  v  *  is  Oct 
1856,  leaving  issue, 

1.  EDMUND  THOMAS,  now  of  Castle  Roe. 

2.  Thomas  John  Filmer  (Rev.),  M.A.  St.   John's  Coll    Camb 
incumbent  of  Curzon  Chapel,  Mayfair,  m.  1877,  Alice  (d  j.  Tune' 
1908),  3rd  dau.  of  W.  Marsh,  of  Bath,  and  has  issue 

1.  Maurice  Filmer,  Capt.  R.M.L.I.,  b.  2  July,  1878  ;  m.  ii  Sept. 
1906,  Bianca  Rosalie  Russell,  dau.  of  late  Rev.  S.   Russell 
Davies,  Vicar  of  Lewisham,  and  has  issue, 

John  Russell  Filmer,  b.  16  Sept.  iqoq 

2.  Harold  Filmer. 

i.  Alice  Filmer,  d.  10  Dec.  1902. 

3.  John  Anstey,  Capt.  Inniskilling  Fus.,  d.  unm. 

^rSe^t~^Ca^ile    Roe>   Coleraine>  co.    Londonderry.    Residence- 
Woodlands,  The  King's  Ride,  Camberley. 


BERESFORD    OF    LEARMOUNT. 

RALPH  HENRY  BARRE  DE  LA  POER  BERESFORD,  of 
Learmount  Castle,  co.  Londonderry,  b.  26  JSov. 
1886  ;  5.  his  grandfather,  1895,  only  son  of  MAJOR 
JOHN  CLAUDIUS  MONTGOMERY  BERESFORD,  R.E. 
(who  d.v.p.  19  Sept.  1894),  by  Rosa  Sophia  Mont- 
gomery his  wife,  dau.  of  Ralph  Smyth,  of  Greenhills, 
Drogheda,  and  grandson  of  JOHN  BARRK  BERESFORD, 
D.L.,  of  Learmount  and  Ashbrook,  co.  Londonderry 
(who  d.  30  Aug.  1895),  who  was  grandson  of  the 
RIGHT  HON.  JOHN  BERESFORD,  2nd  son  of  MARCUS, 
ist  EARL  OF  TYRONE  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WATER- 
FORD,  M.). 

Lineage. — See  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WATERFORD.,  M. 

Arms— Quarterly  :  ist  and  4th,  arg.  crusilly  fitchee  threi 
fleurs-de-lis  a  border  engrailed  sa.,  foi  BERESFORD  ;  v>nd  and; 3rd, 
arg.  a  chief  indented  sa.,  for  POWER.  Crest — A  dragon's  head 
erased  arg.  pierced  through  the  neck  with  a  broken  spear  or, 
point  arg.,  thrust  through  the  upper  jaw.  Motto — Nil  nisi  cruce. 

Seat — Learmount  Castle,  Park,  co.  Londonderry. 


PACK-BERESFORD    OF    FENAGH. 

DENIS  ROBERT 

PACK-BERESFORD,  of 
Fenagh  House,  co. 
Carlow,  J.P.  andD.L., 
High  Sheriff  1890,  b. 
23  March,  1864,  edu- 
cated at  Rugby,  B.A. 
Ch.  Ch.  Oxford  ;  m. 

11  Aug.     1891,    Alice 
Harriet   Cromie,    only 
dau.  of  the  late  James 
Acheson  Lyle,  of  Port- 
stewart     House     (see 
that  family). 

Lineage. —  MAJOR-GEN- 
SIR  DENIS  PACK,  K.C.B.,  son 
of  the  Very  Rev.  Thomas 
Pack,  Dean  of  Ossory  (see 
REYNELL-PACK  of  Netherton), 

[  b.  7  Oct.  1775;  m.  10  July, 

;  1816,  Lady  Elizabeth  Louisa  De  la  Poer  Beresford,  dau.  of  George, 
ist  Marquess  of  Waterford,  and  by'her  (whom.  2ndly,  12  Feb.  1831, 
Lieut.-Gen.  Sir  Thomas  Reynell,  Bart.,  K.C.B.,  of  Avisford,  and  d. 
6  Jan.  1856)  had  issue, 

1.  ARTHUR   JOHN    REYNELL,   his   heir   (see   REYNELL-PACK   of 
Netherton). 

2.  DENIS  WILLIAM,  of  whom  hereafter. 

1.  Anne  Elizabeth,  m.  28  Sept.  1869,  Rev.  George  J.  Mapletoft. 
Paterson,  Rector  of  Brome,  Suffolk. 

2.  Elizabeth  Catherine,  m.  7  July,  1842,  Sir  John  William  Hamil- 
ton Hanson,  Bart.     He  d.  2  Aug.  1873. 

Sir  Denis  d.  24  July,  1823.     His  2nd  son, 

DENIS  WILLIAM  PACK-BERESFORD,  of  Fenagh,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff  1856,  M.P.  co.  Carlow,  Capt.  R.A.,  b.  7  July,  1818  ;  m. 

12  Feb.  1863,  Annette  Caroline,  only  dau.  of  Robert  Clayton  Browne, 
of  Browne's  Hill,  co.  Carlow  (see  that  family),  and  by  her  (who  d.  n 
Feb.  1892)  had  issue, 

1.  DENIS  ROBERT,  his  heir. 

2.  Arthur   William,    Capt.  and   Brevet   Major   R.A.,  and  Major 
S.  African  Const.,  served  throughout  S.  African  War   1899-1902 
(twice  mentioned  in  despatches),  b.  23  April,  1868  ;   d.  on  service, 
4  March,  1902. 

3.  Charles  George,  Major  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.,  served  in  the 
Malakand    and  Bunei  field  force  (medal  with  clasp),  Punjaub 
frontier  1897-98,  S.  African  War  (medal  with  four  clasps),  men- 
tioned in  despatches  Sept.  1900,  b.  21  Nov.  1869. 

4.  Henry  John,  Capt.  Highland  L.I.,  served  in  the  Malakand  and 
Bunei  field  force  (medal  with  clasp),  Punjaub  frontier  1897-98, 
b.  22  Aug.  1871  ;  m.  28  July,  1904,  Sybil  Maud,  youngest  dau.  of 
the  late  John  Bell,  of  Rushpool  Hall,  Yorks,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Denis  John,  b.  27  Oct.  1905. 

2.  Tristram  Anthony,  b.  8  May,  1907. 

5.  Reynell  James,  b.  21  Dec.  1872  ;   m.  17  June,  1899,  Florence, 
only  dau.  of  Frederick  Leith,  of  Walmer,  Kent,  and  has  issue, 

Arthur  Reynell,  b.  28  April,  1906. 
Joyce  Annette,  b.  27  July,  1900. 

6.  Hugh  de  la  Poer,  b.  ii  July,  1874. 

7.  Algernon  Dunbar,  b.  25  July,  1875  ',  d.  5  Dec.  1908. 

1.  Elizabeth   Harriet. 

2.  Annette  Louisa. 

This  gentleman  assumed,  by  Royal  Licence  dated  6  March,  1854, 
the  additional  name  and  arms  of  BERESFORD,  in  compliance  with 
the  will  of  William  Carr,  Viscount  Beresford,  G.C.B.  He  d.  28  Dec. 
1881. 


IRELAND. 


Bernard. 


Arms — Quarterly :  ist  and  4th  arg.,  crusilly  fitchee,  three  fleurs- 
de-lis,  sa., within  a  bordure  wavy  pean  (for  BERESFORD)  ;  and  and 
3rd  quarterly  sa.  and  erminois,  in  the  first  quarter  a  sword  in 
bend  sinister,  arg.,  pomelled  and  hilted  or,  encircled  by  a  wreath 
of  the  last,  in  the  fourth  a  cinquefoil  of  the  third,  in  the  centre 
chief,  pendent  from  a  crimson  riband  bordered  blue,  a  representa- 
tion of  a  golden  cross,  and  clasps,  presented  to  Sir  Denis  Pack 
by  GEORGE  III  (for  PACK).  Crests — ist,  BERESFORD.  Issuant 
from  a  mural  crown  or,  a  dragon's  head  per  fess  wavy  az.  and 
gu.,  the  lower  part  of  the  neck  transfixed  by  a  broken  spear,  in 
the  mouth  the  remaining  part  of  the  spear,  the  point  upwards 
or.  2nd,  PACK.  A  mural  crowa  arg.  issuing  therefrom  a  lion's 
head  gu.,  gorged  with  a  wreath  or.  Motto — Nil  nisi  cruce. 

Seat — Fenagh  House,  Bagnalstown,  co.  Carlow. 


BERESFORD    OF    AWBAWN. 

EDWARD  BERESFORD,  of  Awbawn,  co.  Cavan, 
High  Sheriff  1906,  b.  n  Sept.  1863  ;  m.  ist,  1886, 
Emily  Constance  Frederica,  dau.  of  Henry  Beilby 
Milner.  She  d.  30  Oct.  1889,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Mary,  m.  8  Aug.  1907,  Reginald  Moreton,  4th  son  of  Capt.  Hon. 
Reynolds  Moreton,  R.N.  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  DUCIE,  E.). 

2.  Aline. 

He  m.  2ndly,  30  April,  1903,  Florence  Lilian,  dau.  of 
Capt.  Hon.  Reynolds  Moreton,  R.N.,  D.L.  (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage,  DUCIE,  E.),  and  has  issue, 

1.  George  Henry  William  De  la  Poer,  6.  23  July,  1904. 

.Lineage. — THE  MOST  REV.  MARCUS  GERVAIS  BERESFORD, 
Archbishop  of  Armagh  (who  d.  26  Dec.  1885),  and  Mary  his  ist  wife 
(who  d.  31  Dec.  1845),  dau.  of  Henry  Peisley  L'Estrange,  of  Moys- 
town,  King's  Co.,  and  great-great-grandson  of  Marcus,  ist  Earl  of 
Tyrone  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WATERFORD,  M.),  had  issue, 

GEORGE  DE  LA  POER  BERESFORD,  of  Awbawn,  co.  Cavan,  J.P. 
and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1867,  and  J.P.  co.  Armagh,  High  Sheriff 
1887,  M.P.  for  co.  Armagh  1875-85,  b.  22  April,  1831  ;  d.  3  Aug. 
1906  ;  m.  24  April,  1860,  Mary  Annabella,  dau.  of  Rev.  William 
Vernon  Harcourt  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  VERNON,  B.),  and  had  issue, 

1.  Marcus  William,  Capt.  Rifle  Brigade,  b.  8  May,  1862  :  d.  unm. 
7  Aug.  1900. 

2.  EDWARD,  now  of  Awbawn. 

1.  Selina  Mary  Emily,  d.  unm.  10  Nov.  1880. 

2.  Kathleen.  ' 

Seat — Awbawn,  Killeshandra,  co.  Cavan.  Clubs — Boodles  and 
Kildare  Street. 


BERESFORD    OF    WOODHOUSE. 

JOHN  GEORGE  BERESFORD,  of  Woodhouse,  co. 
Waterford,  J.P.  co.  Wicklow,  6,  10  June,  1847;  m. 
21  Feb.  1898,  Emilie  Eleanora,  youngest  dau.  of 
Adrian  Iselin,  of  New  York,  U.S.A. 

Mr.  Beresford  is  the  second  son  of  Col.  George 
John  Beresford,  R.A.  (who  rf.  1864),  and  Frances 
Constantia,  his  2nd  wife  (who  d.  29  Oct.:  1867), 
dau.  of  Robert  John  Uniacke,  D.L.,  of  Woodhouse, 
co.  Waterford,  and  great  grandson  of  the  Right  Hon. 
John  Beresford,  2nd  son  of  Marcus,  ist  Earl  of 
Tyrone.  He  s.  his  elder  brother,  Robert  Henry 
Beresford,  D.L.,  of  Woodhouse,  who  d.s.p.  30  Jan. 
1903. 

Lineage,  Arms,  <fec. — See  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WATERFORD,  M. 

Seat — Woodhouse,  Kilmacthomas,  Waterford. 


BERESFORD. 

See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  WATERFORD, 


BERESFORD-ASH.     See  ASH. 


BERNARD    OF    CASTLE    BERNARD. 

The  late  THOMAS  SCROPE  WELLESLEY  BERNARD, 
representing  the  family  of  Bernard,  of  Castle 
Bernard,  J.P.  King's  Co.,  Capt.  and  Hon.  Major 
(retired)  3rd  Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.,  for- 
merly Capt.  44th  Regt.,  b.  18  Oct.  1850;  m.  1880, 


Monica  Gertrude  (now  of  Castle  Bernard),  6th  dau. 
of  W.  H.  Darby,  of  Leap  Castle,  Roscrea  (see  that 
family),  and  d.  i  Feb.  1905,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Marguerite  Cecil  Elizabeth,  m.  Oct.  1906,  Charles  J.  Alexander. 

2.  Monica  Charlotte  Emily. 

3.  Kathrine  Anne.  4.  Maude  Mary  Gertrude. 
Lineage. — THOMAS  BERNARD,  of  Oldtown  and  Clonmulsh,  co. 

Carlow,  High  Sheriff  1708  ;  m.  Deborah,  dau.  of  Matthew  Shepperd, 
of  Killerick,  co.  Carlow,  and  sister  of  Jonathan  Shepperd,  of  Killerick, 
co.  Carlow,  and  widow  of  Edward  Humfrey,  of  Clonagh,  co.  Carlow. 
She  d.  1686.  He  d.  1720,  leaving  issue, 

1.  CHARLES,  of  Bernard's  Grove,  Queen's  Co.,  High  Sheriff  of 
Carlow  in  1718  ;    d.  1728,  leaving  issue. 

2.  Franks,  of  Castletown,  King's  Co.,  m.  and  had  issue. 

3.  JOSEPH,  of  whom  we  treat. 
The  3rd  son, 

JOSEPH  BERNARD,  of  Straw  Hill,  co.   Carlow,   and  Castletown, 
King's  Co.,  High  Sheriff  of  the  former  in  1730,  b.  1694  ;  m.  1717,  Mary, 
;  dau.  of  John  Edwards,  of  Old  Court,  co.  Wicklow,  and  had,  with  five 
daus.,  three  sons, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir 

2.  John,  Capt.  R.N.,  who  m.  his  cousin  Frances,  dau.  of  Sir 
Gilbert  Pickering,  Bart.,  and  left  one  son, 

Joseph,  of  Frankfort,  King's  Co.,  m.  Rebecca  Margaret,  dau.  of 
Ralph  Smyth,  of  Milford,  co.  Tipperary,  and  left  issue. 

3.  William,  of  Straw  Hill,  co.  Carlow,  m.  his  cousin  Mary  Bernard, 
by  whom  he  had, 

Thomas,  of  Straw  Hill,  who  d.  1807,  leaving,  besides  daus., 
two  sons. 
Mr.  Bernard  d.  1764,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BERNARD,  of  Castletown,  m.  Jane,  Mrs.  Armstrong,  eldest 
dau.  and  co-heiress  (with  her  sisters,  Mrs.  Drought,  of  Whigs- 
borough,  and-Mrs.  Tarleton)  of  Adam  Mitchell,  of  Rathgibbon,  and 
d.  1788,  leaving,  with  daus.,  of  whom,  Grace,  m.  Philip  Going,  of 
Monaquil,  Susannah,  m.  Bigoe  Armstrong,  and  Barbara,  m.  Sept. 
i  1749,  Robert  Lauder,  of  Moyclare,  an  only  son, 

THOMAS  BERNARD,  of  Castle  Bernard,  m.  ist,  April,  1768,  Mary, 
dau.  of  Jonathan  Willington,  of  Castle  Willingtpn,  King's  Co.,  and 
zndly,  1780,  Margaret,  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Nicholas  Biddulph,  ot 
Rathrobin  and  Fortal  (see  that  family),  and  widow  of  Alexander 
Cornwall.  She  d.s.p.  31  March,  1811.  By  the  former  he  left,  at  his 
decease  in  1815  (with  four  daus.,  the  eldest  of  whom,  Mary,  m.  Sir 
Robert  Waller,  Bart.),  one  son, 

THOMAS  BERNARD,  of  Castle  Bernard,  Col.  King's  Co.  Militia,  and 

for  more  than  thirty-two  years  M.P.  for  the  co.,  b.  1769  ;   m.  ist, 

I  1800,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Henry,  ist  Lord  Dunalley,  which  lady 

d.s.p.  1802  ;    and   andly,  29   July,  1814,  Lady  Catherine  Henrietta 

I  Hely-Hutchinson,  sister  of  John,  3rd  Earl  of  Donoughmore,  by 

!  whom  (who  d.  1844)  he  had  four  sons  and  two  daus., 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

2.  Francis,  b.  Dec.  1818  ;    d.  unm.  Dec.  1847. 

3.  John  Henry  Scroope,  b.  May,  1820,  Lieut.  i8th  (Royal  Irish) 
Regt.,  subsequently   Major  in   the  Turkish   Contingent   in   the 
Crimea ;  served  in   the  first  campaign   in  China ;    m.  30  May, 

1849,  Cecile,  dau.  of  M.  Racine,  and  d.  Sept.  1856,  leaving  issue, 
THOMAS  SCROPE  WELLESLEY. 

Marguerite  Adeline,  m.  1875,  Capt.  Caulfeild  French.  94th 
Regt.,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  of  Castle  Bernard,  son  of  William 
John  French  (cousin  of  Lord  de  Freyne),  by  Harriet  Anna  his 
wife,  only  dau.  of  James  Caulfeild,  of  Drumcairne  (see  FRENCH 
of  Castle  Bernard).  She  d.  18  July,  1910.  He  d.  June,  1910. 

4.  Richard  Wellesley,  an  officer  in  the  army,  present  at  the  battles 
of  Alma,  Balaclava,  and  Inkerman,  Lieut.-Col.  King's  Co.  Militia, 
formerly  in  the  Austrian  service ;  Deputy  Ranger  of  the  Curragh  of 
Kildare,  Chamberlain  at  the  Court  of  Dublin  in  the  Vice-Royalties 
of  the  Dukes  of  Abercorn  and  Marlborough,  b.  March,  1822  ;   m. 
31  Aug.  1859,  Ellen  Georgina,  widow  of  Col.  the  Hon.  Henry 
Handcock,  and  dau.  of  Lieut.-Col.  Henry  Williams,  R.A.     He 
d.s.p.  Sept.  1877.     She  d.  28  Jan.  1907. 

1.  Frances  Margaret,  m.  1846,  S.  H.  Goold-Adams,  and  d.  March, 

1850,  leaving  issue  (see  that  family). 

2.  Marguerite,  d.  1842. 

Col.  Bernard  d.  18  May,  1834,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

THOMAS    BERNARD,    of    Castle    Bernard,    Lord-Lieutenant    and 

Gustos  Rotulorum  of  that  co.,  and  High  Sheriff  1837,  Lieut.-Col.  in 

the  Army,  i2th  Lancers,  Col.  King's  Co.  Militia,  b.  Sept.  1816.     Col. 

Bernard  d.  unm.  Dec.  1882. 

Residence— 30,    Saumarez     Street,    St.    Peter    Port,    Guernsey. 

Clubs — Army  and  Navy  and  Kildare  Street. 


BERNARD    OF    CASTLE    HACKET. 

PERCY  BRODRICK  BERNARD,  of  Castle  Hacket,  co. 
Galway,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  co.  Galway,  High  Sheriff 
1884,  J.P.  co,  Cork,  and  M.P.  for  Bandon  1880,  B.A? 
Oxford,  son  of  the  Hon.  and  Right  Rev.  Charles 
Brodrick,  Lord  Bishop  of  Tuam  (by  Jane  Grace  his 
wife,  sister  of  George,  7th  Baron  Carbery),  and 
nephew  of  Francis,  3rd  Earl  of  Bandon  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage).  Mr.  Percy  Bernard  m.  ist,  n  April,  1872, 
Beatrice,  dau.  of  John  Newton  Lane,  of  King's 
Bromley  Manor,  co.  Stafford,  which  lady  d.  i  May, 
1876,  leaving  a  son, 


Bernard. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


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1.  Ronald  Percy  Hamilton,  Captain  Rifle  Brigade,  b.  18  March, 
1875- 

Mr.  Percy  Bernard  m.  2ndly,  6  Feb.  1880,  Mary 
Lissey,  sister  and  heir  of  John  Thomas  Macan  Kirwan, 
of  Castle  Hacket,  and  by  her  (who  d.  i  Aug.  1898) 
has  issue, 

2.  DENIS  JOHN  CHARLES  KIRWAN,  Lieut.   Rifle  Brigade,  b.  22 
Oct.  1882. 

3.  Percy  Arthur  Ernald,  b.  17  Feb.  1889. 

1.  Frances  Mary,  b.   18  Nov.   1880  ;    m.  22  Feb.   1900,  George 
Arthur  Paley,  of  Langcliffe,  co.  York  (see  that  family). 

2.  Mary  Winifred,  b.  27  Oct.  1886. 

He  m.  srdly,  2  June,  1900,  Eva,  dau.  of  Henry 
Hoare,  of  Staplehurst  (see  that  family),  and  by  her 
has  issue. 

4.  Murrogh  Wyndham  Percy,  b.  5  Feb.  1902. 

Lineage. — STEPHEN  KIRWAN,  and  son  of  Thomas  Oge  Kirwan 
(see  KIRWAN  of  Cregg),  had,  with  other  issue,  a  son,  RICHARD 
KIRWAN,  father  of  STEPHEN  KIRWAN,  whose  son,  SIR  JOHN  KIRWAN, 
Knt.,was  Mayor  of  Galway  in  1686,  and  representative  in  Parliament, 
left  a  son,  SIMON  KIRWAN,  whose  son,  JOHN  KiRWAN/of.' Castle 
Hacket,  d.  1781,  leaving  by  his  wife,  a  Miss  Daly,  of  Dalystown, 
co.  Galway,  three  sons,  JOHN,  Denis,  and  James,  of  whom  the 
eldest, 

JOHN  KIRWAN,  of  Castle  Hacket,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Henry  Boyle 
Carter,  of  Castle  Martin,  co.  Kildare,  by  Susanna  his  wife  (m.  1750), 
dau.  and  co-heir  of  Sir  Arthur  Shaen,  Bart.,  of  Kilmore,  and  dying 
June,  1821,  left,  with  a  dau.,  two  sons. 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  Henry,  m.  Miss  Bingham,  and  had  issue. 
The  elder  son, 

JOHN  KIRWAN,  of  Castle  Hacket,  b.  1780  ;  m.  1806,  Penelope, 
eldest  dau.  of  John  Hardiman  Burke,  of  St.  Clerans,  and  by  her 
(who  d.  19  Nov.  1842)  had  issue, 

1.  John,  of  Castle  Hacket,  d.  aged  20,  10  June,  1827,  and  was  s. 
by  his  brother. 

2.  DENIS,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  17  Sept.  1839,  Edward,  srd  Lord  Cloncurry,  who 

d.    4    April,    1869.      She  d.  8  May,   1895,  leaving   issue    (see 

BURKE'S  PEERAGE). 
Mr.  Kirwan  d.  22  June,  1842.    His  2nd  son, 

DENIS  KIRWAN,  of  Castle  Hacket,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1844,  b.  4  Sept.  1808  ;  m.  n  April,  1844,  Anne  Margaret,  only  child 
of  Major  Thomas  Macan,  of  Greenmount,  co.  Louth,  and  d.  19  Feb. 
1872,  leaving  issue, 

JOHN  THOMAS  MACAN,  his  heir. 

MARY  LISSEY,  late  of  Castle  Hacket. 
The  son, 

JOHN  THOMAS  MACAN  KIRWAN,  of  Castle  Hacket,  b.  23  Feb. 
1851,  Lieut.  7th  Royal  Fusiliers ;  d.s.p.  23  June,  1875,  and  was  s. 
by  his  sister. 

Arms  of  Bernard. — See  BANDON,  Earl  of,  BURKE'S  Peerage 
and  Baronetage. 

Seat— Castle  Hacket,  near  Tuam,  co.  Galway.  C/wfts—Carlton 
and  Kildare  Street,  Dublin. 


MORROGKH-BERNARD    OF    FAHAGKH    COURT. 

The  late  EDWARD 
JOSEPH  BERNARD  MOR- 
ROGH- BERNARD,  of  Fa- 
hagh  Court,  co.  Kerry, 
J. P.,  High  Sheriff  1870, 
b,  1 8  Nov.  1843  ;  m. 
3  Feb.  1880,  Matilda 
Anne  Williams,  eldest 
dau.  of  Samuel  James 
Brown,  of  Loftus  Hill, 
co.  York,  and  d.s.p.  18 
Nov.  1903. 

Lineagre.— EDMUND  MOR- 
ROGH,  m.  Mary  Nagle,  of  co. 
Cork,  and  was  father  of 

JAMES  MORROGH,  of  the  city 
of  Cork,  m.  I78ojane  Morrogh, 
of  Lisbon,  Portugal  (of  the 
Kilworth  branch  of  the  Mor- 
roghs),  and  by  her  (who  d. 
1817)  left  at  his  decease  in  1804,  five  sons  and  four  daus., 

1.  EDWARD,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  John  settled  in  New  York,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Francis  Plowden, 
of  Plowden,  and  had  issue. 

3.  James,  m.  Helen,  dau.  of  Alexander  McCarthy,  and  d.  1868, 
having  had  issue. 

4.  Henry,  m.  Helena  Power,  and  d.  1853,  having  had  issue. 

5.  Andrew,  d.  unm. 

Issue*1*'  m'  Charles  °'Dori0ghue,  of  the  Glens,  co.  Kerry,  and  had 

2.  Theresa,  m.  1804,  Patrick  Russell,  of  Mount  Russell  co.  Cork, 
and  d.  1835,  leaving  issue. 


3.  Eliza,  m.  —  O'Shea,  of  co.  Cork,  and  d.s.p. 

4.  Christina,  d.  unm. 
The  eldest  son, 

EDWARD  MORROGH,  of  Glanmire  House,  co.  Cork,  J.P.,  b.  1785  ; 
m.  ist,  1809,  Christian,  dau.  of  Robert  Joseph  ffrench,  of  Rahasana, 
co.  Galway,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1812)  had  issue, 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir. 

Mr.  Edward  Morrogh  m.  2ndly,  1816,  Martha,  2nd  dau.  and  eventual 
heiress  of  John  Bernard,  of  Ballynagare,  co.  Kerry,  and  by  her 
(who  d.  15  Aug.  1869)  had  issue,  one  son  and  three  daus., 

2.  John  Morrogh,  J.P.  and   D.L.,  High   Sheriff   co.  Kerry  1864, 
who  took  the  name   of   BERNARD,  b.   19  March,   1819 ;    m.  18 
March,  1841,  Frances  Mary,  only  dau.   and  heiress  of  Joseph 
Blount,  of  Hurtsbourne  Tarrant,  Hants,  and   d.  22  Aug.  1866, 
having  by  her  (who  d.  27  April,  1888)  had  issue, 

1.  EDWARD  JOSEPH  BERNARD,  late  of  Fahagh  Court. 

2.  Bertram    Francis,    b.    14    Jan.    1846;    m.    1888,    Blanche' 
Chichizola,  and  has  issue, 

(i)  John  Francis. 
2)  Bertram  Andrew. 

1)  Mary  Agnes. 

2)  Alice  Ulbandina. 
(3)  Louisa. 

3.  Cyril  Charles,  b.  5  Jan.  1852  ;  m.  1884,  and  has  three  sons. 

4.  Arthur  Mary,  b.  3  June,  1854. 

5.  Alfred  Francis  Mary,  b.  17  Feb.  1856. 

6.  Eustace    Mary,    of    Curraghmount,  Buttevant,    co.    Cork, 
b.  30  March,  1858  ;  m.  n  Dec.  1888,  Mary  Anne,  dau.  of  Samuel 
James  Brown,  of  Loftus  Hill,  co.  York,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  John  Alexander,  b.  8  Dec.  1890. 

(2)  Eustace  Anthony,  b.  3  Sept.  1893. 

(3)  Francis,  b.  12  June,  1896. 

(4)  Joseph  George,  b.  26  March,  1898. 

(1)  Mildred  Mary  Sophia  Rose.      ' 

(2)  Mary  Anne  Matilda. 

7.  Gilbert  Mary,  b.  22  Feb.  1864 ;  m.  14  Feb.  1900,  Catherine 
Reid,  and  has  issue,  Eileen  Frances. 

r.  Agnes  Mary,  a  Sister  of  Charity,  b.  24  Feb.  1842. 

2.  Alice  Gertrude,  b.  23  Dec.  1848;  m.  8  Jan.  1880,  Michael 
Russell,  of  Glanmore,  co.  Cork,  and  has  issue  (see  that  family). 

3.  Emily  Mary,  b.  7  Nov.  1860. 

1.  Jane,  m.  Patrick  Shannon,  of  Corbally  House,   co.  Limerick, 
and  d.  1902,  having  had  issue. 

2.  Mary,  d.  unm.  1845. 

3.  Martha,  m.  Richard  Croker  Smyth,  and  d.s.p.  1855. 
The  eldest  son, 

JAMES  MORROGH,  of  Old  Court,  co.  Cork,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff 
1864,  b.  17  Sept.  1810 ;  m.  3  July,  1844,  Christine,  2nd  dau.  of 
James  D.  Lyons,  D.L.,  of  Croome  House,  co.  Limerick,  and  by  her 
(who  d.  Oct.  1885)  had  issue, 

Christian,  b.  and  d.  1846. 
Mr.  Morrogh  d.  Feb.  1884,  and  was  s.  by  his  nephew. 

Arms — Az.,  a  harp  or,  stringed  arg.,  between  three  escallops  of 
the  second.  Crest — A  staff  ppr.,  with  a  flag  attached  az.,  charged 
with  a  harp,  as  in  the  arms.  Motto — Virtus  invicta. 

Seat — Fahagh  Court,  Faha,  Killarney,  co.  Kerry. 


BERNARD.    See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  BANDON,  E. 


BERRIDGE    OF    BALLYNAHINCH    CASTLE. 

RICHARD  BERRIDGE, 
of  Ballynahinch  Castle, 
co.  Galway,  J.P.  and 
D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1 894, 
b.  1870,  son  of  the  late 
Richard  Berridge,  of 
Ballynahinch  Castle 
(who^.  1887);  m.  1905, 
Marie  Eulalia,  dau.  of 
Robert  W.  Lesley,  of 
Lesselyn  Court,  Haver- 
ford,  Penn.,  U.S.A., 
and  has  issue, 

1.  Robert  Lesley,  b.  19  Sept. 
1907. 

2.  Francis    Richard,   b.   21 
Dec.  1910. 

1.  Anne  Thomson,    b.    13 
Jan. 1906. 

2.  Eulalia   Beatrice,    b.    4 
Jan. 1910. 

Arms — Az.,  on  a  fesse  between  three  dolphins  naiant  or,  as 
many  anchors  erect  sa.  Crest — On  an  anchor  fessewise  sa.,  a  dove 
rising  ppr.  Motto — Semper  fidelis. 

Seat — Ballynahinch  Castle,  Connemara,  co.  Galway. 


45 


IRELAND. 


Blacker, 


43 


IRELAND. 


Biggs. 


BIDDTJLPH    OF    RATHROBIN. 

LIEUT.-COL.  MlDDLETON  WESTENRA  BlDDULPH,  of 

Rathrobin,  King's  Co.,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1901 , late  5  th (Northumberland) Fus.,  b.  i  7  Aug.  1 849 ; 
m.  21  Oct.  1891,  Vera  Josephine,  dau.  of  the  late 
Sir  William  Henry  Flower,  K.C.B.,  D.C.L.,  LL.D., 
F.R.S.,  Director  of  the  Natural  History  Museum. 

Lineage. — FRANCIS  BYDDOLPH,  of  Kilpatrick,  co.  Wexford, 
d.  1673,  leaving  issue,  by  his  wife  Alice,  three  sons, 

1.  Richard,  of  Kilpatrick,  m.  1679,  Martha,  dau.  of  John  Vivors, 
of  Crosstown,  co.  Wexford,  and  by  her  (who  in.  andly,  Michael 
Jones,  of  Droghenure,  King's  Co.),  had  issue,  two  sons  and  two 
daus., 

i.  Rowland.  2.  Richard, 

i.  Elizabeth.  2.  Susanna. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Wexford  (nuncupative  will,  Ferns-i677),  who  m- 
1674,  Elizabeth  Raby  and  d.s.p. 

3.  Nicholas,  who  settled  at  Rathrobin. 

NICHOLAS  BIDDULPH,  got  a  lease  of  Rathrobin,  renewable  for  ever, 
from  Baron  Shelbourne  25  Oct.  1694,  and  built  a  house  near  the  old 
castle.  He  d.  intestate  5  March,  1702,  having  by  Charity  his  wife 
(who  m.  2ndly,  John  Newcombe,  of  Aghanvilla,  King's  Co.,  and 
d.  18  March,  1753)  had  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS,  of  Rathrobin  and  Portal. 

2.  JOHN,  of  Stradbally,  Queen's  Co.  (will  dated  26  May,  1739, 
proved  29  April,  1741),  left  issue,  four  sons, 

1.  Francis,  of  Vicarstown,  Queen's  Co.,  J.P.,  b.  21  June,  1727  ; 
m.  1765,  Eliza  Harrison  (who  d.  1827,  aged  90).     He  d.  n  Sept. 
1806,  having  had  issue, 

(1)  FRANCIS  HARRISON,  of  whom  presently. 

(2)  Nicholas  John,  b.  23  Aug.  1778  ;  d.  1779. 

(1)  Eliza,  b.  26  June,  1766  ;  m.  20  Feb.  1788,  Richard  Grattan, 
of  Drummin,  co.  Kildare. 

(2)  Mary  Anne,   b.   g   July,    1769  ;    m.  William    Scott,   of 
Graiguenaskerry,  Queen's  Co. 

(3)  Patience,  b.  March,  1771  ;  d.  June,  1772. 

(4)  Frances  Margaret  Sarah,  6.  June,  1772  ;  d.  1775. 

(5)  Patience,  b.  Oct.  1773  ;   m.  1801,  Henry  T.  Warner. 

(6)  Harriett,  b.  1781 ;  m.  26  Jan.  1799,  Rev.  Richard  Clarke, 
Rector  of  Geashill,  King's  Co. 

2.  Nicholas,   of  Glenkeen,   near   Borrisoleigh,   co.  Tipperary, 
b.  1737  5    m.  ist,  by  licence,  1759,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Charles 
Dempsey,  of  Dublin,  and  had  issue, 

(i)  Francis,  of  Mount  Oliver,  Queen's  Co.,  b.  1770  ;  m.  Mary, 
dau.  of  Major  Richard  Steele,  of  Kyle,  Queen's  Co.,  and  d. 
1826,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Nicholas    of   Congor,   co.   Tipperary,  and   of   Fortal, 
King's  Co.,  b.   1803  ;    m.   ist,   1833,  Catherine,  dau.  of 
Rev.  Edward  Lucas,  of  Rathkeney,  co.  Cavan.    She  d. 
1834,  leaving  issue, 

«.  Francis  Edward,  of  Fortal,  Lieut.-Col.  late  gth  Regt., 
B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  J.P.  King's  Co.  (Marie  Lodge, 
Dalkey),  b.  1834  ;  m.  1861,  Annabella,  dau.  of  John 
Campbell  Kennedy,  of  Ballyrainey  House,  co.  Down, 
and  has  issue, 

(a)  Nicholas  Trafalgar,  Major  Durham  L.I.  (North- 
wood,  Andover,  Hants),  b.  6  Dec.   1863  ;    m.   1894, 
Marion  Flora  Campbell,  dau.  of  Capt.  Augustus  War- 
burton,  1 5th  Regt.,  and  has  issue, 
Francis  John,  b.  1896. 
Mary  Eileen  Frances. 

(6)  Hugh  Wray,  Major  4th  Batt.  Connaught  Rangers, 
b.  1866;    m.  Nov.   1903,    Violet,  3rd   dau.  of  John 
Gregory  Martyn,  J.P.,  and  has  issue, 
i.  Cecil.    •  2.  Francis. 

3.  Sheelah. 

(c)  Arthur  Stuart,  b.  1867  ;    d.  1878. 

(d)  Charles    Thomas,    Captain     3rd     Batt.    Leinster 
Regt. ;    d.  in  S.  Africa,  1900. 

(a)  Catherine  Mary,  d.  at  Bangalore,  1869. 

(b)  Amy,  m.   ist,   1896,  Surg.-Capt.  Walker  (who  d. 
1898),  and  2ndly,  1902,  Wilfred   FitzGerald,    son  of 
Capt.  Crofton  FitzGerald. 

(c)  May  Teresa,  m.  1904,  Lieut.  Charles  Pease,  Loyal 
N.  Lanes.  Regt. 

(d)  .Beatrix  Anne. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1839,  Isabella,  dau.  of  James  Digges  La 
Touche,  of  Sans  Souci,  co.  Dublin.  She  d.  19  Sept. 
1888.  He  d.  5  April,  1888,  leaving  issue,  by  her 

b.  James  Digges  La  Touche,  b.  1842  ;   d.  1896. 

c.  Robert  Waller,   Fleet  Surgeon   R.N.,  b.    1845  ;   m. 
Caroline,  dau.  of  Rev.  F.  T.  Studdert,and  has  issue, 

Robert  Nicholas  William,  Surgeon  R.N. 
Caroline  Isabella. 

d.  William  Nicholas,  b.  1848. 

e.  Richard  Edmund,  Dep.  Surg.-Gen.   R.N.,  b.  1852  ; 
in.  Gertrude,  dau.  of  Dr.  Allen,  and  has  issue  three 
daus.,  Violet,  Hyacinth,  and  Muriel. 

a.  Isabella,  m.  1860,  William  Henry  Head,  of  Derry- 
lahan,  King's  Co.,  D.L.,  and  has  issue  (see  that  family). 

b.  Mary.  c.  Anne,  d.  unm.   1901. 
d.  Grace,  d.  unm.  1896.          e.  Ellen,  d.  unm. 

2.  Richard,  m.  Catherine,  dau.  of  Col.  Bates,  and  d.  1888, 
leaving  issue,  settled  in  Canada. 

3.  Francis  Waller,  m.  Miss  Shore. 

i.  Anne,  in.  1823,  Capt.  Hugh  Boyd  Wray,  4oth  Regt., 
and  had  issue. 


. 


(2)  Thomas,    Midshipman    R.N.,    drowned  on    the    Royal 
George  when  she  went  down  in  1788. 

(1)  Elizabeth,  m.  ist,  22  July,  1789,  Jonathan  WilMngton,  of 
Castle  Willington,  and  2ndly,  1806,  Sir  Robert  Waller,  Bart.,1 
of  Merton    Hall,  co.  Tipperary.     Lady  Waller  inherited  by 
will  of  her  cousin  Margaret,  Mrs.  Bernard,  a  moiety  of  the  , 
Rathrobin  and  Fortal  estates,  and  d.s.p.   1851. 

Mr.  Nicholas  Biddulph  m.  2ndly,  1776,  Hannah,  dau.  of  Joseph 
Cooke,  of  Currangreny,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.  1799,  having  by 
her  had  issue, 

(2)  Hannah,  m.  John  Grene,  of  Cappamurra,  co.  Tipperary. 

3.  Richard,  m.  1755,  Prudence  Toukes,  and  d.s.p. 

4.  John,  Lieut,  in  the  Army,  m.  30  Nov.  1769,  Alice,  dau.  of— 
Angel  Scott,  and  widow  of  "Nicholas  Biddulph,  of  Fortal,  and 
d.s.p. 

i.  Mary. 

1.  Alice,  m.  by  licence,  29  Jan.  1701,  Kildare  Tarleton,  of  Geashill 
and  Ballylevin.  King's  Co.  (who  d.  1711),  and  d.s.p. 

2.  Jane. 
The  elder  son, 

FRANCIS  BIDDULPH,  of  Rathrobin  and  Fortal,  King's  Co.,  got  a 
lease  of  Fortal  for  ever  from  Lord  Shelbourne  1722,  b.  1690  ;  m. 
by  licence,  7  Aug.  1712,  Mary,  dau.  of  Robert  Jackson,  of  Knock- 
inglass,  co.  Tipperary,  and  by  her  had  a  son, 

NICHOLAS  BIDDULPH,  of  Rathrobin  and  Fortal,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff 
1741,  m.  ist  (settlement  dated  26  April,  1736),  Patience,  eldest  da". 
of  Thomas  Colley,  of  Killurin,  King's  Co.,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  Margaret,  m.  ist,  1762,  Alexander  Cornwall,  of  Lismola,  co. 
Limerick  (who  d.  1779),  and  2ndly,  1780,  Thomas  Bernard,  of 
Castletown,  King's  Co.  (see  BERNARD  of  Castle  Bernard)  ,  and  d.s.p 
31  March,  1811. 

2.  Sarah,  m.  8  Feb.  1769,  Gifford  Nesbitt,of  Tubberdaly, 

Co.,  and  d.s.p.  1772,  having  bequeathed  her  moiety  of  the  esta  ' 

to  her  sister  Margaret. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1754,  Alice,  eldest  dau.  of  Angel  Scott,  of  Caharac4 
co.  Clare,  and  by  her  (who  m.  2ndly,  John  Biddulph)  had  a  son,  \ 

1.  Angel,  d.  a  minor,  1769. 
He  d.  ii  June,  1762.    His  cousin, 

FRANCIS  HARRISON  BIDDULPH,  of  Vicarstown,  Registrar  of  thJ 
Court  of  Exchequer  (son  of  Francis  Biddulph,  of  Vicarstown)  had  a 
protracted  dispute  1811-24,  in  regard  to  the  Rathrobin  and  Fortal 
estates  with  Sir  Robert  Waller  on  the  death  of  his  cousin  Margaret, 
Mrs.  Bernard  (see  above),  and  eventually  s.  by  compromise  to  the 
Rathrobin  portion,  while  Fortal  went  to  his  cousin  Nicholas  Bid- 
dulph, of  Congor  (see  above).  He  was  b.  26  Dec.  1774;  m.  i797.. 
Mary,  eldest  dau.  of  Francis  Marsh,  Barrister-at-Law  (see  that 
family).  She  d.  9  Aug.  1861,  aged  88.  He  d.  July,  1827,  having 
had  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS  MARSH,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Nicholas,  b.  20  Dec.  1805  ;  m.  Miss  Steele,  and  d.  1900. 

3.  William  Francis,  6.  i  March,  1809  ;    d.  young. 

1.  Anne,  b.  15  Sept.  1798  ;    m.  Captain  Simon   Biddulph, 
Regt.,   son  of  Sir  Theophilus  Biddulph,  Bart.,  and  had  i-OH 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage).    He  d.  25  April,  1823. 

2.  Elizabeth,  b.  10  Nov.  1799  >  d.  10  June,  1893. 

3.  Mary,  b.  10  March,  1801  ;  d.  10  Sept.  1801. 

4.  Mary,  b.  16  Sept.  1803  ;  d.  z  April,  1863. 

5.  Frances. 

6.  Harriet,  b.  8  Nov.  1810,  went  to  America. 

7.  Jane,  b.  8  May,  1812,  went  to  America. 

8.  Sarah,  6.  11  Dec.  1814,  went  to  Australia. 

9.  Charlotte,  b.  9  Dec.  1815.  10.  Patience,  b.  March,  1817. 
11.  Caroline,  6.  16  May,  1819  ;  d.  28  May,  1874. 

The  eldest  son, 

FRANCIS  MARSH  BIDDULPH,  of  Rathrobin,  6.  April,  1802;  m. 
1845,  Lucy,  2nd  dau.  of  Robert  Bickerstaffe,  of  Preston,  Lancashire 
She  d.  29  Aug.  1896,  aged  75.  He  d.  28  March,  1868,  having  bar 
issue, 

1.  Francis,  b.  14  Aug.,  d.  31  Aug.  1848. 

2.  MIDDLETON  WESTENRA,  now  of  Rathrobin. 

3.  Assheton,  of  Moneyguyneen,  King's  Co.,  b.  12  Oct.  1850  :    m 
17  June,  1880,  Florence  Caroline,  younger  dau.  of  Rev.  Cunauif 
ham  Boothby,  Vicar  of  Holwell,  Oxfordshire,  and  has  issuf  . 

i.  Robert  Assheton,  b.  4  Aug.  1891. 

1.  Kathleen  Jane,  b.  12  May,  1881  ;   m.  22  Jan.  1906,  Arthi 
Tilson  Shaen  Magan,  and  has  issue  (see  MAGAN  of  Clonearl). 

2.  lerne  Grace,  b.  6  Jan.  1884. 

3.  Norah  Beatrice,  b.  15  Nov.  1885. 

4.  Ethne  Patricia,  b.  17  March,  1889. 

4.  Franc  Digby,6.  22  April,  1853  ;  m.  15  Sept.  1885,  Louisr.  Cc 
clough,  dau.  of  John  Thomas  Rossborough-Colclough  and  bteire 
of  Tintern  Abbey,  and  assumed  the  additional  name  of  COLCLOUP 
He  d.  13  July,  1895,  leaving   issue  (see  COLCLOUG.    J  Tm£ 

1.  Annie  Adela  Waller,  b.  25  March,  1847  ;    m.  1866,  Capt.  *£ 
Willcocks,  of  St.  Lawrence,  Chapelizod. 

2.  Gertrude  Louisa,  b.  22  Sept.  1856  ;    m.  ist,  25  Feb. 
George  Carpenter  Anderson,  and  2ndly,  1890,  Dr.  Nevil  Pour 
Cadell. 

Seat—  Rathrobin,  Tullamore.    Club—  Naval  and  Mffita^ng 


BIDDULPH-CCXLCLOUGH.    See 


BIGK>S  ATKINSON.    See  ATKINSO 


.Bingham. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


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BINGHAM    OF    BINGHAM    CASTLE. 

DENIS  GEORGE 
BROAD  BINGHAM,  of 
Bingham  Castle,  co. 
Mayo,  b.  27  Nov. 
1875  ;  5.  his  grand- 
father 1902  ;  m.  2 
June,  1909,  Ina 
Mary,  dau.  of  Capt. 
George  Alexander 
Broad,  M.V.O.,  R.N. 
(retired),  command- 
ing H.M.  Yacht 
Alberta. 


Lineage.— This  family 
is  a  cadet  branch  of 
BINGHAM  of  Melcombe  Bing- 
ham (see  that  family),  and 
descends  from  a  common 
ancestor  with  the  Earls  of  Lucan  and  the  Lords  Clanmorris. 

GEORGE  BINGHAM,  Military  Governor  of  Sligo  1596,  m.  1569, 
'ucely,  dau.  of  Robert  Martin,  and  had  issue, 

1.  HENRY,  ancestor  of  the  Earls  of  Lucan. 

2.  JOHN,  of  whom  we  treat. 
The  younger  son, 

JOHN  BINGHAM,  resided  at  Foxford,  co.  Mayo.  He  was  grand- 
father of 

THE  RIGHT  HON.  HENRY  BINGHAM,  of  Newbrook,  at  one  time 
one  of  the  Lords  Justices  of  Ireland,  whose  son, 

JOHN  BINGHAM,  of  Newbrook,  m.  i  June,  1738,  Frances,  eldest 
r"au.  and  co-heir  (with  her  sister  Susannah,  wife  of  Thomas  Carter, 

'  Castle  Martin,  co.  Kildare)  of  Sir  Arthur  Shaen,  Bart.,  and  was 
tsiher  of 

lirNRY  BINGHAM,  of  Newbrook,  m.  Oct.  1761,  Letitia.  dau.  of 
Denis  Daly,  of  Raford,  co.  Galway,  by  his  wife,  Lady  Anne  de 
Uurgh,  sister  of  J  ohn,  1 1  th  Earl  of  Clanricarde,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  Newbrook,  father  of  ist  LORD  CLANMORRIS. 

2.  HENRY,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Denis,  of  Bingham  Castle,  co.  Mayo,  whose  eldest  dau.,  Anne, 
m.  her  cousin  Robert  Augustus  Bingham  (see  below). 

1.  Anne,  m.   1778,   Christopher  French  St.   George,   of  Tyrone 
House,  co.  Galway.  2.  Frances. 

3.  Letitia.  4.  Charlotte. 

5.  Harriett.  6.  Louisa. 
d.  1790.    The  and  son, 

IENRY  BINGHAM,  m.   1795,  Anne,  dau.  of  Robert  Bodkin,  of 
igh,  co.  Galway,  and  had  issue, 
Henry,  d.s.p.  2.  ROBERT  AUGUSTUS,  his  heir. 

6.  John  Charles   (Rev.),   m.   Sarah,   dau.   of   Luke  Higgins,    of 
Ca?tlebar. 

1-  Anne.  2.  Maria. 

3.  Harriet,  m.  Benjamin  Jenings. 
rhe  ?  id  son, 

ROBERT  AUGUSTUS  BINGHAM,  m.  1817,  his  cousin  Anne,  eldest 
3au.  of  Major  Denis  Bingham,  of  Bingham  Castle,  co.  Mayo,  and  d. 
1828,  leaving  issue, 
1.  DENIS,  late  of  Bingham  Castle. 

!.  Henry,  of  Annagh   House,   co.   Mayo,  m.    ist,   Sept.   1846, 
Margaret  F.  McGrale,  by  whom  he  had,  with  other  issue, 

R°b,?rt  Augustus,  b.  n  June,  1848;   d.  1884;   m.  1879,  Helen 
Halhday  Little,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

Henry  Herbert  Shaen,  of  Annagh,  Belmullet,  co.  Mayo, 
J.P.,  b.  22  Feb.  1881  ;  m.  6  June,  1906,  Annie  Frances, 
only  dau.  of  late  John  Thompson,  of  Windsor  Park,  Belfast, 
and  has  issue, 

1.  Josephine  Frances  Doreen. 

2.  Sheila  Mary  Geraldine. 

Mr.   Henry  Bingham  m.  2ndly,   1876,   Maria,   5th  dau.  of  the 
AT       Jamin  Jenin8s»  of   Mount  Jenings  co.   Mayo.      He  d. 
27  March,  1894,  leaving  issue  by  both  marriages. 
3.  Robert  Augustus. 

1.  Aane,  d.  unm.  17  March,  1897. 

2.  Maria,  m.  George  d'Arcy,  of  co.  Westmeath,  and  had  issue. 
a.  Letitia,  d.  unm. 

te  eldest  son, 

OUNIS  BINGHAM,  of  Bingham  Castle,  co.  Mayo,  J.P.,  b.  8  Sept. 
I ;   m.  19  Feb.  1846,  Elizabeth  Elinor,  only  child  and  heiress  of 
thur  Nash,  of  Carne  House,  co.  Mayo.     She  d.  n  Jan.  1894.     He 
'4  Dec.  1902,  having  had  issue, 

Denis  George  Charles  Arthur,   b.    19   Nov.   1849  ;   m.    1874 
ria  Mary  Hutchinson,  eldest  dau.  of  Capt.  W.  H.  Broad   R.N. 
d.  19  April,  1881.     He  d.v.p.  1878,  leaving  issue, 
DENIS  GEORGE  BROAD,  now  of  Bingham  Castle. 
Charles  Henry  Arthur  Shaen  Richard,  b.  9  April,  1877. 
erald    Henry,  b.  6    July,  1855  ;    m.   1877,  Augusta  Cecilia 
>rton,  dau.  of  the  late  Rowland  Agustus  Griffith  Davies,  of 
ick,  Cornwall. 

•iard  Lionel  Nash,  b.  29  Oct.  1856,  d.  1901. 
ert  Milcombe,  b.  31  Aug.  1858  ;   d.  12  Feb.  1864. 
aide  Elizabeth,  m.  10  July,   1867,  Henry  Tilson,  eldest 
,  heir  of  Thomas  Shaen  Carter,  of  Watlington  Park,  Oxon 
j-ie  d.  1884. 

ance  Letitia  Anne,  m.  1873,  Cochrane  E.  Palmer,  eld.  son 
e  Robert  Palmer,  J.P.,  of  Beckfield  House,  Queen's  Co. 
;th  Clara,  d.  unm.  4.  Frances  Anne  Shaen,  d.  unm. 


5.  Ernestine  Elizabeth,  d.  unm. 

6.  Viola  Alexandra,  m.  1885,  Arthur  Shaen-Carter,  Lieut.  R.N. 
Arms — Az.,  a  bend,    cotised    between   six   crosses -pattee,  or. 

Crest — A  rock,  thereon  an  eagle,  rising,  all  ppr.    Motto — Spes  mea 
Chris  tus. 

Seat— Bingham  Castle,  Belmullet,  co.  Mayo. 


BINGHAM.   See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  CLANMORRIS,  B. 


BINGHAM.    See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  LTJCAN,  E. 


BLACKBURNE    OF    TANKARDSTOWN. 

FRANCIS  WILLIAM  BLACKBURNE,  of  Tankards- 
town,  co.  Meath,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1898,  6.  7  March, 
1851  ;  m.  9  Dec.  1895,  Olivia  Beatrice  Louisa, 
youngest  dau.  of  Col.  John  Anstruther  Thomson, 
of  Charleton,  Fife,  N.B.,  and  has  had  issue, 

1.  William  John  Anstruther,  6.  30  Nov.  1904. 

1.  Mary  Elizabeth  Rosia  St.  Clair.  d.  1904. 

2.  Elena  Frances  Margaret  Anne. 

3.  Amabel  Clementina  Olive  Georgina. 

Lineage. — GEORGE  BLACKBURNE,  of  co.  Meath,  d.  in  March, 
1769,  leaving  by  Mary  his  wife,  a  dau.,  Mary,  and  three  sons, 
RICHARD;  Edward,  J.P.  for  Meath;  and  Anthony,  Barrister-at- 
Law,  whose  will  was  proved  i  June,  1804  ;  he  left  issue,  Anthony 
J.P.,  of  Parsonstown,  co.  Meath,  High  Sheriff  1829,  and  three  daus., 
of  whom  the  eldest  m.  Anthony  Crofton.  The  eldest  son, 

RICHARD  BLACKBURNE,  of  Great  Foot'stown,  co.  Meath.  m. 
(licence  dated  1774)  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Francis  Hopkins,  by  Jane 
Foster  his  wife,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1826)  had  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS  (Right  Hon.),  of  Rathfarnham  Castle. 

1.  Jane,  m.  William  Webb,  Deputy  Commissary-General,    and 
d.  1860. 

2.  Eliza.  3.  Anna   Maria. 
Mr.  Blackburne  d.  1798.     His  son, 

RIGHT  HON.  FRANCIS  BLACKBURNE,  of  Rathfarnham  Castle, 
co.  Dublin,  b.  n  Nov.  1782  ;  m.  1809,  Jane,  dau.  of  William  Martley, 
M.D.,  son  of  John  Martley,  of  Balyfallan,  co.  Meath.  and  by  her 
(who  d.  Sept.  1872)  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  MARTLEY,  his  hdr. 

2.  Francis,  b.  1822;  d.unm.  1863- 

3.  Edward,   of   Rathfarnham  Castle,   co.   Dublin,   J.P.,   LL.D., 
Q.C.,  b.   1823  ;    m.   1857,  Georgiana  Arabella,  dau.  of   Robert 
Graves,  of  Merrion  Square,  Dublin.     He  d.  7  Dec.  1902,  leaving 
issue  by  her,  who  d.  18  Jan.  1911, 

Francis,  b.  1859. 
Georgiana  Beatrice. 

4.  Frederick  John,  J.P.,  of  Renny  House,  co.  Cork,  and  Keymer, 
Sussex,  b.   1827  ;    m.   1856,  Annette,  dau.  of  Eardley  Hall,  of 
Wilmington,  Essex,  and  d.  Oct.  1863,  leaving  a  son, 

Frederick  John  Eardley,  b.   1858  ;  m.  1885,  Mary  Elizabeth, 
2nd  dau.  of  Henry  Dixon,  of  Watlington,  Oxon. 

5.  John  Henry,  b.  1828;    m.  1857,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Anthony 
Crofton,  of  Lincoln's  Inn,  Barrister-at-Law. 

6.  Arthur,  d.  unm.  1867. 

1.  Alicia  Catherine,  m.  Capt.  George  Daniel,  R.N.,  who  d.  1856. 

2.  Jane  Isabella,  m.  Thomas  Rice  Henn,  Q.C.,  D.L.,  of  Paradise 
Hill,  co.  Clare,  Recorder  of  Galway,  who  d.  29  April,  1902,  leaving 
issue  (see  that  family). 

3.  Elizabeth,  m.  Thomas  Percival  Westby,  of  Roebuck  Castle, 
co.  Dublin,  and  d.  1863. 

This  distinguished  lawyer,  who  held  in  Ireland  the  great  legal 
appointments  of  Attorney-General,  Master  of  the  Rolls,  Lord  Chief 
Justice,  Lord  Justice  of  Appeal,  and  Lord  High  Chancellor,  was 
educated  at  Trinity  College  (where  he  gained  the  gold  medal),  and 
was  called  to  the  Irish  bar,  1805.  In  1822  he  became  King's 
Counsel,  and  1826  Sergeant-at-Law.  He  d.  17  Sept.  1867,  and 
was  bur.  at  Mount  Jerome,  co.  Dublin.  His  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  MARTLEY  BLACKBURNE,  of  Tankardstown,  co.  Meath, 
b.  1821  ;  m.  1847,  Mary,  dau.  of  the  Rev.  William  Thorpe,  D.D., 
and  d.  8  May,  1868,  leaving  by  her  (who  in.  2ndly,  10  Dec.  1869, 
George  Lefroy,  and  d.  Sept.  1889), 

1.  FRANCIS  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Augustus  Edward  William,  b.  1860  ;    m.  1891,  Isabella  Eyre, 
of  Florence,  Italy,  and  d.  Feb.  1893,  leaving  issue, 

Francis  Currell,  b.  May,  1892. 

1.  Eva  Amabel,  m.  July,  1890,  Charles  Currell  Eyre,  of  Florence, 
Italy.    She  d.  15  June,  1909. 

Seat— Tankardstown,  Slane,  co.  Meath.  Clubs— Oxford  and 
Cambridge  ;  Kildare  Street,  Dublin. 


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IRELAND. 


Blacker. 


BLACKER    OF    CARRICKBLACKER    AND 
WOODBROOK. 

REV.  ROBERT  SHAP- 
LAND CAREW  BLAC- 
KER, of  Woodbrook, 
co.  Wexford,  and 
Carrickblacker,  co.  Ar- 
magh, J.P.  cos.  Wex- 
ford and  Armagh,  M.  A. 
Trin.  Coll.  Dublin, 
formerly  Rector  of 
Marholm,  co.  North- 
ampton, and  Honorary 
Canon  of  Peter- 
borough, 6.  29  Jan. 
1826;  m.  9  Sept.  1858, 
Theodosia  Charlotte 
Sophia,  dau.  of  the  late 
George  Meara,  of  May 
Park,  co.  Waterford, 
and  Sarah  Catherine 
his  wife,  sister  of 
Edward  Southwell,  3rd 
Viscount  Bangor.  She 
d.  1890,  having  had 
issue, 

1.  William  Robert  George,  b.  29  Feb.  1860;  d.  13  March  1880. 

2.  EDWARD  CAREW,  J.P.  and  D.L.  co.  Wexford,  High  Sheriff  1908 
b.  13  July,  1863. 

3.  Stewart  Ward   William,   late  Major   R.F.A.,   J.P.,    for    co. 
Armagh,  b.  4  July,  1865  ;  m.  6  Jan.  1903,  Eva  Mary  Lucy  St.  John 
only  child  of  Col.  Edward  Albert  FitzRoy,  of  Hale  Place,  Farnham, 
Surrey  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  SOUTHAMPTON,  B.),  and  has  issue, 

1.  William  Desmond,  b.  20  Sept.  1903. 

2.  Robert  Stewart,  b.  21  Sept.  1909. 

3.  Terence  FitzRoy,  b.  15  Oct.  1910. 

1.  Betty  Mary,  b.  20  Dec.  1905. 

2.  Joan  Lucy,  b.  28  July,  1908. 

.Lineage.  — Tne  first  of  the  family  who  settled  in  Armagh, 
VALENTINE  BLACKER,  of  Carrick,  co.  Armagh,  Commandant "  of 
Horse  and  Foot,  b.  1597,  went  from  Poppleton,  Yorks,  to  Ireland 
and  purchased  in  1660,  from  Sir  Anthony  Cope,  of  Loughgall,  the 
manor  of  Carrowbrack,  subsequently  known  as  Carrickblacker.  He 
m.  Judith,  dau.  of  Michael  Harrison  of  Ballydargan,  co. 
Down  (who  d.  27  March,  1664),  and  d.  17  Aug.  1677,  leaving  issue. 

1.  Ferdinando,  "  Capitaine-Leifftenante  "  in  Sir  John  Savile's 
troop  of  Horse.     Will  proved  P.C.C. 

2.  GEORGE,  of  whom  next. 

1.  Violetta  m.  —  Gill.  2.  Dora. 

3.  Maud.    ' 

GEORGE  BLACKER,  of  Carrickblacker,  a  firm  adherent  of  the  royal 
house  of  Stuart,  Lieut.-Col.  in  the  Army,  High  Sheriff  of  Armagh 
1684,  m.  Rose,  dau.  and  heiress  of  William  Latham,  of  Ballytroan, 
co.  Tyrone,  by  Rosa  his  wife,  dau.  of  Rowland  Young,  of  Drakes- 
town,  who  d.  in  1689.  He  was  s.  by  his  son, 

WILLIAM  BLACKER,  of  Carrick  and  Ballytroan,  a  staunch  supporter 
of  WILLIAM  III,  fought  at  the  Boyne  ;  he  m.  ist,  about  the  year  1666, 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Col.  the  Hon.  Robert  Stewart,  of  Irry  and  Stewart 
Hall,  in  the  co.  Tyrone,  3rd  son  of  Andrew,  ist  Lord  Castlestewart, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  ir  Jan.  1678)  he  had  issue, 

1.  STEWART,  his  heir. 

2.  Robert,  ancestor  of  BLACKER  of  Drogheda  and  Meath. 

Mr.  Blacker  m.  andly,  Hannah  Lawrence,  and  3rdly,  Theodosia,  dau. 
of  Oliver  St.  John,"  of  Tanderagee  Castle,  co.  Armagh,  and  had 
issue, 

3.  Samuel,  ancestor  of  BLACKER  of  Elm  Park  and  Tullahinel. 
Mr.  Blacker  d.  1732,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

STEWART  BLACKER,  of  Carrickblacker,  High  Sheriff  co.  Tyrone 
1706,  b.  in  1671  ;  m.  1704,  Barbara,  dau.  of  the  Rev.  Henry  Young, 
A.M.,  and  niece  and  heiress  of  William  Latham,  of  Brookend,  co. 
Tyrone,  and  by  her  (will  proved  1/43)  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Latham,  b.  1711 ;  m.  Martha,  dau.  of  Peter  Beaver,  of  Drogheda, 
by  whom  (who  d.  Sept.  1802}  he  left  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Family 
Records). 

3.  Henry  (Rev.),  M.A.,  b.  10  July,  1713  ;  m.  Miss  Martin,  and  had 
a  dau., 

Frances,  who  d.  unm.  1831. 

4.  George,  of  Hallsmill,  co.  Down,  b.  26  Sept.  1718  ;  m.  ist,  1744, 
Mary,  only  surviving  dau.  of  Joseph  Nicholson,  LL.D.  ;    and 
2ndly,  174.6,  Alicia,  only  child  of  Edward  Dowdall,  of  Mountown, 
co.  Meath,  and  had  with  other  issue,  James  Blacker,  of  Dublin, 
J.P.,  b.  14  Aug.  1759  ;   m-  Miss  Mansergh,  and  had,  inter  alias, 
Rev.  George  Blacker,  Chaplain  to  the  city  of  Dublin,  and  Rector 
of  Taghadoe,  co.  Kildare,  who  d.s.p.  May,  1871. 

1.  Barbara,  6.  23  Oct.  1706  ;   m.  James  Twigg,  of  Roghan  Castle, 

co.  Tyrone. 
Mr.  Blacker  d.  1751,  aged  80,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BLACKER,  of  Carrickblacker  and  Brookend,  High 
Sheriff  co.  Armagh  1734,  and  co.  Tyrone  1749,  b.  12  Sept.  1709  ; 
m.  8  Aug.  1738,  Letitia,  eldest  dau.  of  Henry  Cary,  of  Dungiven 
Castle,  M.P.  for  co.  Londonderry,  and  had  issue, 


1.  STEWART,  his  heir. 

2.  William,  Capt.  icsth  Regt.,  served  in  the  American  War,  m..  ' 
1784,  Susan,  dau.  and  heiress  of  Ven.  Arthur  Jacob,  01  Wood- 
brook,   co.   Wexford,    Archdeacon    of   Armagh,   and  Rector  of 
Killanne,  and  had  issue, 

1.  William,  of  Woodbrook,  s.  to  his  mother's  estate,  b.  1790  ;  m. 
1814,  Elizabeth  Anne,  dau.  of  Robert  Shapland  Carew,  of  Castle-  '. 
boro,  co.  Wexford,  and  sister  of  Robert  Shapland,  ist  Lord 
Carew,  Lieutenant  of  co.  Wexford,  and  d.  May,  i83i,havingby 
her  (who  d.  19  March.  1877)  had  issue, 

(1)  William  Jacob,  of  Woodbrook,  J.P.,  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1852,  Major    Wexford  Militia,  b.  1823  ;    m.  26  May,  1849. 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Hervey  Pratt  de  Montmorency,  of  Castle- 
morres,  co.  Kilkenny,  by  Rose  Lloyd  his  wife,  dau.  of  Right 
Rev.  John  Kearney,  D.D.,  Bishop  of  Ossory,  and  d.s.p.  27 
Dec.  1869,  when  he  was  s.  by  his  only  brother. 

(2)  ROBERT  SHAPLAND  CAREW,  heir 'to  his  brother,  present 
representative  of  the  family. 

(1)  Anne,  m.  16  Nov.  i848,'Sir  Robert  Joshua  Paul,  3rd  bart. 
of  Ballyglan,  and  d.  May,  1858,  leaving  issue. 

(2)  Susan,  m.  8  Jan.  1840,  Very  Rev.  Anthony  La  Touche 
Kirwan,  Dean  of  Limerick,  son 'of  Very  Rev.  Walter  Blake 
Kirwan,  Dean  of  Killala.     She  d.  17  May,  1908. 

(3)  Ellen  Letitia,  d.  Feb.  1908. 

(4)  Hannah  Dorothea,  m.  i  Oct.   1858,  John  Yeoman,  of 
Milton,  co.  Northampton.     She  d.  7  Feb.  1910. 

(5)  Jane  Mary. 

2.  Edward,  d.  unm. 

i.  Letitia.  2.  Jane. 

3.  Hannah.  4.  Susan. 

3.  Henry,  Capt.  6sth  Regt.,  who  served  in  the  American  War,  and 
was  wounaed  and  taken  prisoner  with  General  Burgoyne,   al 
Saratoga.     He  inherited  from  his  maternal  uncle,  the  Right  Hon 
Edward  Cary,  the  house  and  property  of  Milburn,  co.  Derry,  am 
d.  i  Sept.  1827,  leaving  his  estates   to  his  nephew,   the"  Rev 
Richard  Olpherts. 

4.  George  (Rev.),  Vicar  of  Seagoe,  d.  i  May,  1810,  aged  46. 

1.  Eliza,  b.  1739  ;  m.  Sir  William  Dunkin,  Judge  of  the  Suprem 
Court  of  Judicature,  Bengal. 

2.  Barbara,  m.  Richard  Olpherts,  of  Armagh,  and  had  issue. 

3.  Martha,  d.  unm.  1840. 

4.  Alicia,  m.  1772,  General  Sir  James  Stewart  Denham,  Bart 
G.C.H.  5.  Jane,  m.  James  Fleming,  of  Belleville,  ro.  Cavar 
6.  Letitia,  m.  Lieut.-Gen.  the  Hon  Edward  Stopford,  2nd  son  o 
James,  ist  Earl  of  Courtown.       7.  Lucinda,  d.  unm.  1843. 

Mr.  Blacker  d.  1783,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

THE  VERY  REV.  STEWART  BLACKER,  of  CarrickblacKer,  Dean  c 
Leighlin,  Archdeacon  of  Dromore,  Rector  of  Dumcree,  Moyntagn. 
and  Donagheloney,  and  Vicar  of  Seagoe,  b.  1740  ;  m.  Eliza,  dair 
of  Sir  Hugh  Hill,  Bart.,  M.P.  for  Londonderry,  by  whom  (who  d.  z'j 
Feb.  1797)  he  had  four  sons  and  five  daus., 

1.  WILLIAM,  bis  heir. 

2.  George,  Capt.  E.I.C.S.,  b.  27  Dec.  1784  ;    m.   Anne,  dau.  oJ 
Capt.  William  Sloane,  Royal  Bengal  Artillery,  and  had  issue 

i.  STEWART,  of  Carrickblacker,  s.  his  uncle. 

1.  Eliza  Hill,  m.  29  Feb.  1844,  Thomas  Eyre  Hodder,  son  of 
Col.  Hodder,  of  Hoddersfield,  co.  Cork. 

2.  Hester  Anne,  m.   14  April,   1859,  Frederick  Ludwig  von 
Stieglitz,  of  the  Glen,  co.  Armagh,  Baron  von  Stieglitz.     She 
d.s.p.  Jan.  1897. 

3.  Sophia  Mary,  d.  unm.  30  April,  1838. 
Capt.  George  Blacker  d.  31  Aug.  1815. 

3.  Stewart,  Capt.  R.N.,  d.  unm.  25  April,  1826. 

4.  James  Stewart  (Rev.),  A.M.,  Rector  of  Keady,  co«  Armagh, 
b.  16  Feb.  1795  ;   m.  30  Nov.  1824,  Eliza,  eldest  dau.  of  Conyng- 
ham  Greg,  of  Ballymenoch,  co.  Down,  and  dying  1835,  left  issue, 

1.  Stewart  Beresford,  b.  Dec.  1826  ;    d.s.p.  4  May,  1853. 

2.  James  Conyngham,  b.  April,  1832  ;    d.s.p.  28  April,  1870. 
i.  Eliza.  2.  Sophia. 

1.  Letitia,  m.  George  Studdert,  of  Bunratty  Castle,  co.  Clare,  and 
d.  8  April,  1831. 

2.  Sophia,  m.  ist,  Matthew  Forde,  of  Seaforde,  co.  Down  ;    and 
2ndly,  1818,  William  Stewart  Hamilton,  of  Brownhall,  co.  Done- 
gal.    She  d.  June,  1829. 

3.  Eliza,  m.   ist,   Hugh  Lyons  Montgomery,  of    Belhavei,   co. 
Leitrim,  and  Lawrencetown,  co.  Down.     He'was  killed  by  a  fall 
from  his  horse,  26  April,  1826.     She  m.  2ndly,  in  France,  29  'Sept, 
1830,  Monsieur  de  Chompre,  Royal  Cuirassiers. 

4.  Louisa,  m.  John  Rea,  of  St.  Columbs,  co.  Derry  (who  d.  183-)  • 
she  d.  1815.  5.  Caroline,  d.  unm.  30  April,  1828. 

Dean  Blacker  d.  r  Dec.  1826,  aged  86,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

LIEUT.-COL.  WILLIAM  BLACKER,  of  Carrickbla'cker,  M.A.,  b. 
i  Sept.  1777,  Lieut.-Col.  Armagh  Militia,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1811  ;  m.  Nov.  1810,  Anne,  eldest  dau.  of  Sir  Andrew 
Ferguson,  Bart.,  M.P.,  but  had  no  issue.  Col.  Blacker  was  appointed 
Vice-Treasurer  of  Ireland  Jan.  1817,  and  held  office  until  1829,  when 
he  resigned.  He  d.s.p.  25  Nov.  1855,  and  was  s.  by  his  nephew, 

STEWART  BLACKER,  of  Carrickblacker,  J.P.,  D.L.,  M.A.,.M.R.I.A., 
Barrister-at-Law,  High  Sheriff  1859,  d.  unm.  16  Dec.  1881,  when 
Carrickblacker  devolved  on  his  sister,  the  Baroness  Stieglitz  fo; 
her  life,  and  the  representation  of  the  family  reverted  to  his  k.ns 
man,  REV.  ROBERT  SHAPLAND  CAREW  BLACKER,  of  Woodbrook. 

Arms — Arg.,  on  a  mount  vert,  a  warrior  in  complete  armour 
in  the  act  of  advancing  towards  the  right  and  brandishing  in  his 
dexter  hand  a  battle-axe  ppr.,  from  his  shoulder  a  mantle  flowing 
gules.  Crest — A  dexter  armed  arm  embowed  ppr.,  the  hand  gau.it- 
leted  and  grasping  a  battle-axe  ppr.  Motto — Pro  Deo  et  rege. 

Seats — Woodbrook,  Killanne,  Enniscorthy,  co.  Wexford,  ani 
Carrickblacker,  Portadown,  co.  Armagh.  Club — Kildare  Street. 

je,  ' 


Blacker. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


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BLACKER-DOUGLASS.    See  DOUGLASS. 


BLACKWOOD.  See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  DTJFFERIN,  M. 


BLACKWOOD-PRICE.    See  PRICE. 


BLAKE    OF    RENVYLE. 

£  EDGAR  VALENTINE  MYLES 
BLAKE,  of  Renvyle,  co.  Gal- 
way,  b.  i  Dec.  1903  ;  s.  his 

I.  father  20  May,  1910. 

Lineage. — In     6     EDWARD      I 

^(1278),  the    castle  and  lands  of  Kil- 

Js  torrcge,    and   the    castle    and    four 

A-vnuarters  of    Ballim'croe  (now   Carn- 

r  Gore)    situate     in     the    Barony   of 

a'DunkeUin  in  the  co.  Galway,  were 
granted  to  RICHARD  CADDELL,  who 

"'Hook  the  name  of  Niger  or  Blake, 
Mnd  was  the  common  ancestor  of  all 

[oj:he  families  of  Blake  in  Connaught. 

'eiHe  was   Portreeve  of    the   town  of 

wGalrfay  V  1290,  and  again  in  1312, 

*Jrand  Sheriff  of   Connaught  in    1303- 

Ri3o6   (31-4    EDWARD    I).      In    1315 

r7be   obtained  a  grant  from  Thomas  de  Hobrigge  of  the  manor  and 

Sands  of  Kiltullagh.  He  m.  Eveline  Lynch,  and  by  her  had  four  sons, 

1.  WALTER,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  John,  who  m.  Joanna  Godsun,  and  had  two  sons,  William  and 
."    Edmund,  whose  will  was  proved  at  Athenry,  16  Oct.  1420. 

a     ,\.  Nicholas.  4.  Valentine. 

.  The  eldest  son, 

s  WALTER  BLAKE,  Burgess  of  Galway,  got  a  grant  of  the  customs 
cf  Galway,  3  Dec.  1346.  He  made  his  will,  March,  1357  (31  EDWARD 
III)  granting  all  his  lands  to  his  elder  son,  Henry.  He  left  issue, 
five  sons, 

1.  Henry  (senior),  Burgess  of  Galway,  got  a  lease,  4  Feb.  1383, 
for  20  years  of  the  tithes  of  Doflyche,  near  Galway,  from  Dermot 
O'  Conor,  Abbott  of  Knockmoy  (Collis  Victoria).     He  was  indicted 
for  high  treason  for  joining  in  the  rebellion  of  Sir  William    (or 
Ulick)  de  Burgh,  in  1388,  but  received  pardon  for  this  on  returning 
to  the  king's  allegiance  in  1395.     His  will  is  dated  1421  (9  HENRY 
V),  and  by  it  he  devises  all  his  lands  to  his  nephew,  William  Blake 
(son  of  his  brother,  Geoffrey  Blake),  and  his  heirs,  with  remainders 
to  his  other  nephews,  Walter  (Oge)  Blake  (second  son  of  his 
c     brother,  John  (Oge)  Blake),  and  Henry  Blake  (son  of  his  brother, 
,      Thomas  (Niger)  Blake).     He  left  issue,  one  child  only, 
'•         Silly  (Cille  or  Gyllle),  who  on  the  6  Oct.  1438  (17  HENRY  VI), 
'         as  dau.  and  heir  of  Henry  Blake,  deceased,  granted  by  deed  to 
J'         her  cousin  german,  Henry  Blake,  son  and  heir  of  John  (Oge) 
Bakel,  burgess  of  Athenry,  all  the  messuages,  lands  and  tene- 
ments that  descended  or  might  in  future  descend  to  her  as 
heir  of  her  father.     In  1435  this  Silly  Blake  joined  with  her 
cousins,  Henry  Blake,  jun.  (son  of  John  Oge  Blake)  ;    Walter 
';         Oge  Blake  ;    William  (FitzGeoffrey)  Blake  ;   and  Henry  (Fitz- 
Thomas  Niger)  Blake,  in  making  a  perpetual  grant  to  the  parish 
>'         church  of  St.  Nicholas  in  Galway. 

2  .JOHN  (Oge),  of  whom  presently. 
,     3.  Geoffrey,  ancestor  of  the  Blakes  of  Ballyglunin,  of  Ballinafad, 

aad  the  Blakes,  Lords  Wallscourt. 
•      4. .  Thomas  (Niger),  who  left  a  son, 

Henry,  mentioned  as  remainder-man  in  the  will  of  his  uncle, 
£         Henry  Blake,  senior,  dated  1421. 

c    William,  mentioned  in  the  will  of  his  brother,  John  Oge  Blake 


, 

1.  JOHN  (only  son  by  the  first  wife 

2.  Valentine  (Oge),  mentioned  in  the  will,  1499,  of  his  father, 


!  his  brother  Walter  (Oge)  and  his  first  cousins  William  FitzGeoffrey, 
Silly  (dau.  of  Henry  Blake,  senior),  and  Henry  (FitzThomas  Niger), 
in  the  grant  to  St.  Nicholas'  Church,  Galway  ;  in  1438  he  got 
the  grant  from  his  first  cousin,  Silly,  already  referred  to.  He  m. 
Mary,  dau.  of  Bermingham,  of  Athenry,  and  made  his  will  1457, 
in  which  he  bequeathed  certain  houses  and  lands  in  the  liberties  of 
Athenry  to  his  eldest  son,  and  other  lands  to  his  four  younger  sons. 
He  left  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Nicholas,  mentioned  in  the  will  of  his  father,  and  in  an  award 
dated  1490,  between  him  and  his  brother  Richard. 

3.  Thomas,  mentioned  in  his  father's  will,  and  d.  without  issue, 
as  stated  in  the  award  of  1490. 

4.  Walter,  mentioned  in  his  father's  will. 

5.  Richard,  mentioned  in  his  father's  will,  d.s.p.m.  1502. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLAKE,  burgess  of  Galway,  agreed  in  1445  (together  with 
his  father,  Henry)  to  refer  to  the  arbitration  of  Wilhig  Burke,  Lord  of 
Clanrickarde,  and  Sheriff  of  Connaught,  and  Master  John,  Friar-Gen. 
of  the  Friar  Preachers,  all  disputes  between  himself  and  his  cousin 
William  FitzGeoffrey  Blake  concerning  the  division  of  the  lands  of 
Henry  Blake,  senior,  deceased.  He  m.  Juliana  French,  and  made 
his  will  14  March,  1468,  in  which  he  mentions  his  wife  and  children. 
He  appointed  John,  son  of  William  Blake,  and  Nicholas  French, 
executors,  and  Peter  Lynch  and  Robert  French  overseers.  He  left 
issue, 

1.  VALENTINE,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  William,  mentioned  in  his  father's  will,  m.  Katiline  MacCurke, 
and  made  his  will,  1488,  appointing  his  brother  Valentine  the 
executor,  and  recommending  to  his  care  his  son  and  daughters. 

1.  Eveline,  mentioned  in  her  father's  will  ;   m.  Peter  Lynch,  ist 
Mayor  of  Galway,  in  1486. 

2.  Anorine,  mentioned  in  her  father's  will. 
i  The  elder  son, 

VALENTINE  (VADYNJ  BLAKE,  mentioned  in  his  father's  will  ;  m. 
ist,  Margaret  Skerrett,  and  2ndly,  Eveline,  dau.  of  Geoffrey  Lynch, 
and  made  his  will  12  July,  1499  (proved  26  July  following),  leaving 
issue, 

fe),  of  whom  presently. 

2. 

Valentine,  d.s.p. 

3.  Thomas,  ancestor  of  the  BLAKES  of  Towerhill  (see  that  family). 

4.  William,  mentioned  in  his  father's  will  1499,  d.s.p. 

5.  Francis. 

1.  Anastasia,  living  1499,  m.  William  Browne  (FitzStephen). 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLAKE,  m.  Eveline  Skerret,  and  d.  about  1503,  leaving  issue, 
a  son  and  two  daus. 

1.  NICHOLAS,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Julia,  m.   Ambrose   Bodkin    (Fitzjohn),  who   was   bailiff  of 

Galway  1570.  2.  Anstace,  m.  before  1543,  John  Niel,  of  Galway. 
The  only  son, 

NICHOLAS  BLAKE,  Mayor  of  Galway  1555.  An  award  was  made 
6  July,  1542  (34  HENRY  VIII),  by  Patrick  Barnewall,  Serjeant-at- 
Law,  between  this  Nicholas  Blake  and  his  kinsman  Richard  BlaKe, 
son  of  Geoffrey  (see  BLAKE  of  Ballyglunin),  to  settle  disputes 
between  them  as  to  the  division  of  lands  inherited  from  Henry 
Blake,  sen.  Nicholas  Blake  m.  ist,  Ennes,  dau.  of  Marcus  French, 
2nd  son  of  Geoffrey  French,  but  she  d.s.p.  He  m.  2ndly,  before 
1556,  Cecilia,  dau.  of  Walter  Lynch,  and  made  his  will  18  Sept. 
1564  (proved  28  Sept.  1568),  having  by  her  had  issue, 

JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

Eveline,  m.  John  Lynch  (FitzRichard  FitzSander). 
The  only  son, 

JOHN  BLAKE,  Burgess  of  Galway.  On  6  March,  1571,  a  decree 
was  made  on  the  complaint  of  this  John  Blake,  or  Cadell,  and  of 
John  FitzRichard  Blake  or  Cadell  (see  BLAKE  of  Ballyglunin), 
by  the  Lord  President  and  Council  of  Connaught,  by  which  it  was 
decreed  that  the  lands  belonging  to  the  complainants  in  Kiltullagh, 
&c.,  should  be  held  by  them  for  ever,  free  from  all  charges  to  the 
Queen  or  any  other  charges.  This  decree  was  ratified  and  confirmed 
by  a  decree  made  25  Oct.  1616,  by  the  Lord  Deputy  and  Commis- 
sioners appointed  for  settling  the  King's  (JAMES  I.)  compositions. 
He  mortgaged,  27  June,  1579  (22  ELIZABETH),  a  moiety  of  the  lands 
of  Morughe  and  Doulis  in  the  franchises  of  Galway,  to  Julian  Browne, 
wife  of  John  Blake  FitzRichard  (see  BLAKE  of  •  Ballyglunin),  and  this 
mortgage  was  redeemed  in  1593.  He  m.  Cecilia  Skerret,  and  d. 
20  April,  1581,  having  by  her  (who  survived  him)  had  issue,  a  son, 

NICHOLAS  BLAKE,  of  Galway,  merchant,  a  minor  at  his  father's 
death,  was  one  of  the  parties  to  the  decree  of  25  Oct.  1616.  He  m. 
ist,  Cathaline  Brown,  by  whom  he  had  no  issue.  He  m.  2ndly 
Juliana,  dau.  of  Valentine  ffrench,  and  d.  intestate  28  Feb.  1621  (inq. 
p.m.  21  Oct.  that  year)  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Martin,  who  d.  before  1653,  leaving  two  sons  and  a  dau., 
i.  Francis.  2.  John. 

i.  Mary,  m.  John  Lynch. 

3.  James,  who  had  a  son, 
Patrick. 

4.  Nicholas  (Oge). 

1.  Mary,  m.  Patrick  Bodkin. 
The  eldest  son, 


dated  1420. 
'The  2nd  son, 

j  OHN  (OGE)  BLAKE,  Provost  of  Athenry  in  1394,  obtained  in 
'.  1391  a  grant  of  lands  in  Athenry  from  Philip,  son  of  William  Ber- 
hningham  of  Athenry.  He  m.  Margaret,  dau.  of  Philip  le  Brun 

and  nade  his  will  1420,  leaving  issue, 
1     1.  HENRY  (junior),  of  whom  presently. 

,      2.  Walter,  a  legatee  under  the  will  of  his  uncle,  Henry  Blake, 
&     senior  (see  above).     In  1435  he  joined  with  his  brother  Henry  and     ^  J°HN  BLAKE,  Mayor  of  Galway  1646.     In  1640,  when  the  Lord 
1      his  cousins  in  the  grant  of  a  sum  of  money  in  perpetuity  to  St.  i  DePuty»  Sr    Thomas  Wentworth,  Earl  of  Strafford,  was  carrying 

Nicholas'  Church,  Galway. 
'Hie  eldest  son, 

HENRY  BLAKE  (junior),  a  burgess  of  Galway  and  of  Athenry, 
mentioned  in  a  deed  of  award,  dated  1424.  In  1435  he  joined  with 


J  out  his  scheme  for  the  Plantation  of  Connaught,  this  John  Blake 
presented  a  petition  to  the  Commissioners  of  the  Plantation,  accom- 
panied by  his  pedigree  and  other  ancient  documents,  upon  which 
they  certified  that  he  was  the  lineal  and  eldest  descendant  of  Richard 

\  Caddie,  alias  Blake,  Sheriff  of  Connaught  1306,  and  awarded  him 


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IRELAND. 


Blake. 


he  claimed  properties.*  His  ancestral  estates  were  confiscated  by 
he  Cromwellian  Commissioners  in  1655,  and  he  was  transplanted 
o  Mullaghmore,  Tyaquin,  co.  Galway.  He  m.  Mary  French,  and 
lad  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  successor. 

2.  Henry,  emigrated  to  Montserrat  in  1670,  returned  to   Galway 
in  Sept."i676,  and  purchased  the  estates  of  Lehinch  and  Renvyle 
in  1677-8,  and  d.  March,  1704  (will  dated  26  Jan.  1702),  having 
had  issue, 

1.  Patrick,  d.v.p.  1693,  leaving  a  son, 

Henry,  of  Lehinch,  ^.1721,  Charity,  dau.  of  Maurice  Annesley, 
of  Rath,  co.  Meath,  and  widow  of  Francis  Palmer,  and  d. 
1732,  leaving  a  son, 

Henry,  of  Lehinch,  who  d.s.p.  1780  (will  dated  5  May, 
*779>  proved  8  Nov.  1780),  leaving  his  estates  to  his  kins- 
man Valentine  Blake,  2nd  son  of  Mark  Blake  (see  below). 

2.  John,  of  Ballinakill,  who  left  a  son,  Henry,  of  Ballinakill,  m. 
1735,  Jane  Browne,  of  Moyne,  and  had  a  dau.,  Catherine,  m. 
Nicholas  Lynch,  of  Barna. 

3.  Nicholas. 

i.  Katharine,  m.  Sir  Robert  Lynch,  4th  bart,  of  Castlecarra, 
co.  Mayo. 

3.  John,  purchased  his  brother  Henry's  estate  at  Montserrat,  and 
d.  1692,  leaving  a  dau.,  Catharine,  m.  Nicholas  Lynch,  of  Antigua. 

4.  Nicholas,  will  proved  1683.     He  left  a  dau.,'  Anstas. 

1.  Catherine,  m.  Francis  Browne. 

2.  Julliane.  3.  Mary.  4.  Sheila. 

John  Blake  d.  intestate  at  Mullaghmore  1680,  and  was  s.  by  his 
eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BLAKE,  of  Mullaghmore  and  of  Galway,  merchant,  m. 
1658,  Mary,  eldest  dau.  of  Nicholas  Blake,  of  Kiltullagh,  and  had 
issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently.  2.  Nicholas. 

1.  Catharine.  2.  Juliana,  m.  1684,  Philip  Butler. 

3.  Mary,  m.  1683,  Bartholomew  Lynch. 
The  elder  son, 

JOHN  BLAKE,  of  Mullaghmore,  and  of  Windfield,  which  he  pur- 
chased 1703,  m.  28  Dec.  1695,  Eveline  Lynch,  of  Bellacurren,  and  d. 
1720  (will  dated  17  June,  1720,  proved  20  April,  1725),  leaving  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

2.  Mark,  m.  18  Sept.  1731,  Joan,  dau.  of  Ignatius  French,  of 
Carrowrea,  son  of  Valentine  French,  and  had  issue  (with  several 
daus.), 

1.  Ignatius  (called  Naty),  d.  unm.  at  Lima,  1794. 

2.  VALENTINE,  s.  his  kinsman  Henry  Blake,  of  Lehinch  and 
Renvyle,  in  1780  (see  below). 

3.  John,  of  Mullaghmore  and  Windfield,  co.  Galway,  and  The 
Heath,  co.  Mayo  (see  BLAKE  of  Annefield). 

3.  Nicholas.  4.  Patrick. 

1.  Demphna. 

2.  Margaret,  m.  ist,  about  1745,  Mark  Blake,  of  Ballinafad  (who 
d.s.p.  1760).     She  in.  2ndly,  1765,  Henry  Lynch,  of  Clogher. 

The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BLAKE,  of  Mullaghmore  and  Windfield,  m.  1719,  Anne, 
dau.  of  John  Bodkin,  of  Annagh,  co.  Galway,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir.  2.  Martin,  d.s.p. 

3.  Marcus,  d.s.p.  4.  Nicholas,  d.s.p. 

i.  Ellen,  m.  James  Kelly.    2.  Bridget,  m.  Andrew  Concannon. 

3.  Catharine,  m.  McDermott. 

4.  Mary.  m.  Michael  Browne,  of  Moyne. 

5.  Margaret,  m.  Thomas  Fitzmaurice. 

6.  Julia,  m.  —  Birmingham. 

Thomas  Blake  d.  May,  1762  (will  proved  that  year),  and  was  s.  by 
his  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLAKE,  of  Mullaghmore  and  Windfield,  m.  1751,  Mary, 
dau.  of  Patrick  Kirwan  (senior),  of  Cregg,  but  d.s.p.  By  his  will, 
dated  27  Feb.  1786,  proved  21  Feb.  1788,  he  devised  his  estates 
to  his  cousin  John  Blake,  3rd  son  of  Mark  Blake  (see  BLAKE  of 

*To  prove  his  ancestral  title  to  the  lands  of  Kiltorrpge,  Ballym'croe 
and  Kiltollagh.  The  petition  states  that  the  petitioner's  ancestors 
"  did  plant  thereabouts,  being  an  auncient  English  familye,  and 
there  continued  without  chandge  of  languadge,  manners,  or  habit, 
and  without  once  matching  with  any  Irish  familye  since  the  nynth 
yeare  of  King  Edward  the  Second.  .  ,  .  That  the  peticioner  is 
the  eleaventh  masculyn  English  descent  lyneally  descended  from 
father  to  the  sonn,  in  the  possession  of  the  sayd  lands  from  Richard 
Caddie  dicto  Nigro  .  .  .  And  that  although  the  peticioner  after 
soe  long  a  tracte  of  tyme,  be  called  Blake  or  Niger,  yett  in  the  offices 
taken  post  mortem  of  his  auncestors,  they  were  called  Blake  alias 
Caddie."  The  Commissioners  reported  "  Wee  doe  fynd  by  auncient 
evidences  some  without  date  by  the  auncient  characters  whereof  wee 
conceave  the  same  to  have  ben  made  in  the  Raygne  of  King  Edward 
the  First,  and  some  others  bearinge  date  in  the  sixt  yeare  of  the 
Raigne  of  Kin.?  Edward  the  First,  that  the  Manner  and  lands  of 
Kiltorroge  .  .  .  and  the  towne  and  lands  of  Ballym'croe  .  .  .  were 
then  graunted  unto  Richard  Caddie  dicto  Nigro,  and  his  heirs  .  .  . 
and  that  the  Castle  and  Mannor  of  Kiltulagh  were  graunted  unto 
the  said  Richard  Caddie  dicto  Nigro  and  his  heirs  by  deed  dated  the 
9th  yeare  of  King  Edward  the  Second.  .  .  .  And  wee  further  fynd 
that  the  peticioner  the  said  John  Blake  alias  Caddie  did  by  a  petegree 
produced  before  us  and  proved  by  severall  matters  of  fecorde  and 
by  divers  and  sundrie  auncient  wills  and  deeds  mad^  by  his  aunces- 
tors, prove  himself  to  be  heire  male  of  the  boddye  of  the  said  Richard 
Caddie  dicto  Nigro.  .  .  .  Uppon  all  which  wee  conceave  ....  that 
the  said  John  Blake  alias  Caddie  ....  being  of  an  auncient 
Englishe  blood  and  surname,  have  and  doth  contynewe  in  the 
possessions  by  him  held  as  aforesaid.  .  .  .  Given  at  his  Majesties 
Inns  the  5th  of  June,  1640,  Richard  Bolton,  Chancellor;  Garrat 
Lowther." 


Annefield).     He  was  s.  eventually  in  the  representation  of  his  family 
by  his  cousin, 

VALENTINE  BLAKE,  of  Lehinch  and  Renvyle,  High  Sheriff  of 
Mayo  1781,  2nd  son  of  Mark  Blake  (see  above).  He  s.  his  kinsman 
Henry  Blake,  of  Lehinch,  in  1780  in  the  Lehinch  and  Renvyle 
properties  (see  above).  He  m.  1788,  Anna  Maria,  dau.  of  the  Hon 
and  Rev.  Richard  Henry  Roper,  of  Clones,  son  of  Henry,  8th  Lord 
Teynham,  by  Anne,  Baroness  Dacre,  his  wife ;  and  by  her  (who 
m.  2ndly,  J  ames  Shuttleworth,  of  Barton  Lodge,  co.  Lancaster)  had 
issue, 

1.  HENRY,  his  successor.  2.  Marcus,  d.  young. 

1.  Jane  Maria,  d.  unm.  1815.  2.  Caroline,  d.  unm.  1812. 

3.  Julia  Frances,  m.  Rev.  Henry  Burke,  a  younger  son  of  Michael 

Burke,  of  Ballydugan,  co.  Galway. 
Mr.  Blake  d.  1800,  and  was  s.  by  his  elder  son, 

HENRY  BLAKE,  of  Renvyle,  J.P.,  b.  18  Nov.  1789  ;  m.  22  Dec. 
1810,  Martha  Louisa,  dau.  of  Joseph  Attersoll,  of  Portland  Place, 
London,  and  by  her  (who  d.  June,  1853)  had  issue, 

1.  EDGAR  HENRY,  his  successor. 

2.  Harold  Henry,  b.  i  July,  1817  ;  d.  unm.  Nov.  1873. 

3.  Ethelbert  Henry,  M.D.,  L.R.C.S.,  Deputy  Inspector-Gen    of 
Hospitals,  formerly  Surgeon  R.A.,  b.  Dec.  1818  ;    m.  Oct.  1849, 
Jane  Caroline,   dau.  of  Dr.   Hay,  H.E.I.C.S.    He  d.  6  June, 
1897.    She  d.  21  Nov.  1911,  leaving  issue, 

i.  Henry,  b.  14  June,  1852,  M.B.,  Great  Yarmouth  ;  m.  28 
April,  1 88 1,  Lucy  Agnes,  dau.  of  Thomas  Mounsey,  of  Oakfield, 
Garstang,  Lancashire,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Valentine  Henry,  b.  29  Jan.  1882. 

(2)  Harold  Henry,  b.  i  Aug.  1883. 


(3)  Denis  Henry,  b.  29  April,  1889. 
(i)  Gertrude  Mary,  b.  22  Sept.  1885. 
2.  Arthur  Henry,  M.A.  Camb.,  b.  22  Nov.  1857 ;   m.  19  April, 


SSk 


..   Dora  Mabel,  dau.  of  John  Rogers  of  Rawdon  House, 
ford,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Roger  Derrick  Campbell,  b.  8  March,  1895. 

(2)  Arthur  Shirley  Ethelbert,  b.  28  May,  1896. 

3.  William  Henry,  M.D.  Brussels,  b.  12  Jan  1863  ;  m.  n  June, 
1890,  Caroline  Spencer,  dau.  of  Rev.  J.  C.  Bradley,  and  has  issue, 

John  Churchill,  b.  30  May,  1894. 
Rose  Spencer,  b.  15  May,  1891. 

4.  Robert,  b.  at  Gibraltar,  1865  ;   d.  young. 
i.  Edith  Mary,  d.  in  1851.  2.  Emma. 

3.  Caroline  Maria. 

4.  Emilie  Susette,  d.  at  Gibraltar,  Sept.  1865.     5.  Ethel  Jane. 
6.  Eleanor  Martha,  m.  2?  Dec.  1899,  Rev.  Arthur  Leigh  Barker, 
Vicar  of  Sway,  Hants. 

4.  Egbert  Henry,  R.E.,  b.  15  Sept.  1821 ;  lost  in  the  wreck  of  the 
"  Solway,"  8  April,  1843. 

5.  Ethelred  Henry,  d.  1838,  aged  14. 

6.  Ethelstane  Henry,  b.  3  April,  1826  ;    m.  Aug.  1866,    Sophia 
Marguerite,  dau.  of  Louis  Gaudard,  of  Lausanne,  Switzerland, 
and  d.  8  June,  1884,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Herbert  Edgar,  b.  24  May,  1873  ;   m.  20  Nov.  1895,  Maud, 
dau.  of  —  Bumpus,  and  has  issue, 

Ethelbert. 

2.  Egbert  Mabille,  b.  4  Nov.  1874. 

i.  Ellen   Marguerite,   m.    2    June,    1897,   Thomas   Eagleston 
Gordon,  M.B.,  F.R.C.S.I.,  and  has  issue, 

7.  Herbert  Henry,  b.  4  May,  1828 ;  d.  unm.  1855. 

1.  Emelie  Anna,  d.  unm.  1867. 

2.  Eleanor  Elizabeth,  d.  unm.  25  July,  1882. 
Mr.  Blake  d.  6  May,  1856,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

EDGAR  HENRY  BLAKE,  of  Renvyle,  Capt.  R.N.,  J.P.,  b.  19  Dec. 
1814  ;  m.  2  March,  1861,  Caroline  Johanna,  dau.  of  Rev.  Henry  A. 
Burke,  a  younger  son  of  Michael  Burke,  of  Ballydugan,  co.  Galway  ; 
and  d,  25  Nov.  1872,  leaving  issue, 

1.  HENRY  EDGAR  VALENTINE,  late  of  Renvyle. 

2.  Robert  Attersoll  (Barkley,  Gwelo,  S.  Africa),  b.  17  Jan.  1867  ; 
m.  24  Jan.  1902,  Jane  Frances  Mary,  only  dau.  of  the  late  Charles 
Carter  Blake,   D.Sc.,  elder  son  of  Charles  Ignatius  Blake,  of 
Quinfero,  S.  America. 

1.  Julia  Emilie  Martha. 
The  elder  son, 

HENRY  EDGAR  VALENTINE  BLAKE,  of  Renvyle,  co.  Galway,  and 
Foil  Tra.  Howth,  co.  Dublin,  J.P.,  L.R.C.P.  and  R.C.S.I ,  b.  20  Aug. 
1864  ;  m.  2  Oct.  1901,  Elizabeth  Josephine,  only  dau.  of  Surgeon 
Thomas  William  Myles,  of  Foil  Tra,  Howth,  co.  Dublin,  and  d. 
20  May,  1910,  having  had  issue, 

EDGAR  VALENTINE  MYLES,  now  of  Renvyle. 

J  oan  Caroline  Fanella,  b.  i  Aug.  1902. 

Arms — Arg.  a  fret  gu.  Crest — A  mountain  cat  passant  ppr. 
Giotto — Virtus  sola  nobilitat. 

Seat — Renvyie,    Letterfrack,    Connemara,   co.   Galway. 


BLAKE    OF    ANNEFIELD. 

ST.  JOHN  ROBERT  BOWEN  BLAKE,  of  Annefield, 
co.  Mayo,  b.  May,  1867 ;  m,  Katherine,  dau.  of  Rev. 
Powell  Jones,  Rector  of  Newton,  St.  Petrock,  Devon< 

Lineage. — JOHN  BLAKE,  of  the  Heath,  co.  Mayo,  J.P.,  3rd 
son  of  Mark  Blake  (2nd  son  of  John  Blake,  of  Mullaghmore  and 
Windfield),  and  younger  brother  of  Valentine  Blake  of  Lehinch  and 
Renvyle  (see  that  family*',  s.  to  Mullaghmore  and  Windfield,  co. 
Galway,  the  old  family  property,  by  devise  of  his  cousin,  John 
Blake  in  1788.  He  m.  Aug.  1787,  Mary,  dau.  of  Christopher  Bowen 
of  Hollymount,  co.  Mayo  (see  that  family),  and  d.  1812,  leaving  issue, 


Blake. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


48 


1.  CHRISTOPHER  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  HENRY  MARTYN,  s.  his  nephew. 

1.  Anna  Maria,  m.  William  Malachy  Burke,  of  Ballyduggan,  and 

had  issue  (see  that  family), 
The  elder  son, 

CHRISTOPHER  JOHN  BLAKE,  of  Windfield,  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
John  Burke,  of  St.  Clerans,  and  d.  14  March,  1820,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN  BOWEN,  his  heir. 

1.  Elizabeth.  2.  Maria. 

The  only  son, 

JOHN  BOWEN  BLAKE,  of  Windfield,  d.  unm.  1823,  and  was  s.  by 
his  uncle, 

HENRY  MARTYN  BLAKE,  of  Windfield,  co.  Galway,  and  the 
Heath  and  Kilnock,  co.  Mayo,  b.  1796,  m.  Anastasia  Gaussen,  and 
by  her  had  a  son, 

1.  JOHN  HENRY,  his  heir. 

He  m.  andly,  Nichola  Frances  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Robert  ffrench, 
of  Monivea  (see  that  family).  She  d.  Jan.  1878.  He  d.  Jan.  1857, 
leaving  with  several  daus.  (of  whom  Annie  Maria,  m.  Acheson  Sydney 
O'Brien  ffrench,  D.L.,  and  has  issue  (see  FFRENCH  of  Monivea),  and 
Johanna  Isabella,  m.  ist,  1864,  Croasdaile  Molony,  of  Granahan, 
who  d.s.p.  1872,  and  2ndly,  1873,  John  Blakeney  of  Abbert,  who  d. 
1901,  leaving  issue  (see  that  family),  two  sons, 

2.  Robert  ffrench  (Rev.),  of  Kilnock,  co.  Mayo,  Rector  of  Staple, 
Kent,  B.A    T.C.D.,  b.  18  June,  1838  ;    m.  8  Nov.  1877,  Mary 

thur  T. 


Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Arthur  T.  Hewitt,  D.L.     She  d.  28  July,  1900. 
He  d.  1  8  Oct.  1900,  leaving  issue, 


1.  Arthur  O'Brien  ffrench,  of  Kilnock,  co.  Mayo  (The  Mount, 
Uxbridge),  Major  Royal  East  Kent.  Yeo.,  b.  22  Feb.  1879  ',   m. 

•  Laura  Iris,  dau.  of  Harry  Walker,  of  Cadogan  Place. 

2.  Robert  Charles  Sydney  ffrench,  2nd  Lieut.  The  Buffs,  b. 
18  July,  1880,  accidentally  shot  in  S.  Africa,  19  May,  1902. 

LSt.  John  Lucius  O'Brien  Acheson  ffrench,  2nd  Lieut.  2ist 
ncers,  b.  26  May,  1889. 

4.  Desmond  O'Brien  Evelyn  ffrench,  b.  30  June,  1900. 
I.  Nora  Mary  Nicola  Rosamond  ffrench,  b.  12  Sept.  1886. 
3.  Lucius  O'Brien,  m.  Cecilia,  widow  of  Rev.  Crole  Windham,  of 
Rutland  Gate,  and  d.s.p.  28  Nov.,  1901. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  HENRY  BLAKE,  of  Annefield  and  the  Heath,  co.  Mayo, 
J.P.,  Capt.  4th  Lancashire  Militia,  b.  1819,  m.  1865,  Sarah  Nassau, 
dau.  of  Rev.  John  MacGregor  Grier,  Vicar  of  Stourbridge,  Stafford- 
shire, and  d.  1873,  leaving  issue, 

1.  ST.  JOHN  ROBERT  BOWEN,  now  of  Annefield. 

2.  Lynden  Henry  Edward,  b.  May,  1867  ;  m,  Millicent,  dau.  of 
Major  Brady,  and  has  issue,  two  sons. 

1.  Sarah    Christina   Maria,    m.    April,    1887,    Cecil   Cornthwaite 
Powell,  of  Westerham,  Kent. 
Arms—  See  BLAKE  of  Renvyle. 
Seat  —  Annefield,  co.  Mayo. 


BLAKE    OF  TOWER    HILL. 

COL.  MAURICE  CHARLES  JOSEPH  BLAKE,  C.B., 
of  Towerhill,  Co.  Mayo,  J.P.,  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
of  Mayo  1864 ;  late  Col.  3rd  Batt.  Connaught 
Rangers,  b.  20  July,  1837  ;  m.  24  Nov.  1863,  Jean- 
nette,  only  surviving  dau.  of  Surgeon  Richard  Pearce 
O'Reilly,  of  Sans  Souci,  co.  Dublin  (by  his  2nd  wife, 
Olivia,  3rd  dau.  of  Nicholas  Kenney,  of  Rocksavage' 
co.  Monaghan),  and  has  issue, 

1.  VALENTINE  JOSEPH,  late  Capt.  3rd  Batt.  Connaught  Rangers, 
b.  10  June,  1866. 

2.  Charles  Joseph,  b.  n  June,  1867. 

1.  Olivia.  2.  Georgina. 

3.  Cecilia,  d.  1886.  4.  Margaret. 
5.  Frances,  d.  unm.  8  Sept.  1897. 

Lineage.— This  is  a  branch  of  BLAKE  of  Renvyle,  but  more 
immediately  descending  from  the  house  of  BLAKE  of  Menlo  (Baronet) 

THOMAS  BLAKE,  3rd  son  of  Valentine  Blake  (who  d.  1499),  by  his 
wife,  Eveline  Lynch  (see  BLAKE  of  Renvyle),  was  Mayor  of  the  town 
of  Galway  in  1545  and  1562.  He  had  a  son, 

WALTER,  m.  Juliane  Browne,  and  d.  vita  patris  in  is73   leaving 

three  sons, 

i.  VALENTINE  (Sir),  of  whom  hereafter. 


her  had  a  son,  Francis  (Sir),  created  a  bart.  3  May,  1774, 
which  title  became  extinct  on  the  death  of  Sir  Francis  Blake' 
3rd  bart.  of  Twisei,  wno  d.  s.p.l.  1860. 

Thomas  Blake,  who  at  his  decease  was  seised  in  fee  of  a  moiety  of 
the  castle  and  lands  of  Ballym'croe  (now  Carnmore),  which  had  been 
granted  in  1278  to  his  ancestor  Richard  Caddell,  surnamed  Blake, 
d.  20  Jan.  1574  (post  mortem  inq.  dated  21  July,  1576),  and  was 
s.  by  his  grandson  and  heir, 

SIR  VALENTINE  BLAKE  (FitzWalter,  FitzThomas),  b.  1560,  Mayor 
of  town  of  Galway  in  1611,  and  again  in  1630  ;  got  a  grant  8  June, 
1621,  of  the  castle  and  lands  of  Muckiniss,  co.  Clare,  and  was  created 
a  baronet  of  Ireland  on  10  July,  1622.  He  m.  ist,  Margaret,  dau. 
of  Robuck  French,  by  whom  he  had  issue,  two  sons  and  three  daus. 

1.  THOMAS  (Sir),  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  Francis,  Mayor  of  Galway  in  1640. 

1.  Juliane,  m.  Adam  Font,  of  Galway. 

2.  Margaret,   m.    ist,   Sir   Nicholas   Arthur ;     2ndly,   Theobald, 
Butler,  of  the  family  of  Lord  Caheir. 

3.  Anne,  m.  Richard  Darcy. 

Sir  Valentine  m.  2ndly,  Annabel,  dau.  of  James  Lynch,  but  by  her 
(who  survived  him)  had  no  issue  ;  his  will,  dated  20  June,  1629  (with 
codicil  dated  2  Jan.  1634),  was  proved  in  1634..  He  d.  2  Jan.  1634 
(inq.  dated  23  April,  1636),  and  was  bur.  in  St.  Francis'  Abbey, 
Galway,  in  the  Chapel  of "  Our  Lady  of  Loretto,"  erected  by  himself. 
He  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

SIR  THOMAS  BLAKE,  of  Menlo,  co.  Galway  >  2nd  bart.  ;  he  was 
Mayor  of  Galway  in  1637.  In  the  Strafford  .Survey  of  Mayo,  1636, 
he  is  returned  as  the  owner  of  the  lands  of  Clonyne  (now  forming  the 
estate  of  Towerhill)  in  the  Barony  of  Carra,  co.  Mayo.  Sir  Thomas 
m.  Juliane  Browne,  dau.  of  Geoffrey  Browne,  of  Carrowbrowne,  and 
had  issue  (with  several  daus.,  one  of  whom,  Moggine,  m.  James 
Lynch,  of  Galway)  four  sons, 

1.  SIR  VALENTINE,  created  a  knight  in  the  lifetime  of  his  grand- 
father, Sir  Valentine  Blake,  ist  bart. 

2.  Walter,  first  of  Galway,  but  afterwards  of  Exning,  Suffolk. 
On  22  Feb.  1668,  he  got  a  grant  by  patent,  under  the  Acts  of 
Settlement,  of  the  lands  of  Menlo  and  of  Ballym'croe,  alias  Carn- 
more, in  co.  Galway,  and  the  lands  of  Clooneen,  co.  Mayo,  part 
of  the  estate  of  his  then  deceased  brother,  Sir  Valentine  Blake, 
3rd  bart.,   which   had  been   sequestrated   by   the   Cromwellian 
Government ;  and  in  1669  he  executed  a  deed  of  settlement  of 
these  lands  on  his  four  nephews  (sons  of  his  brother,  Sir  Valentine 
Blake,  3rd  bart.),  viz.,  Sir  Thomas  Blake,  4th  bart.,  Henry  Blake, 
Francis  Blake,  and  John  Blake,  successively  in  tail  male.     This 
Walter  Blake's  will,  in  which  he  is  described  as  "  of  Exning, 
Suffolk,"  is  dated  21  Nov.  1672,  and  was  proved  in  London  29  April, 
1674.    He  d.s.p. 

3.  Geoffrey  (Rev.),  a  priest  in  Holy  Orders  of  the  Roman  Catholic 
Church. 

4.  John  (Rev.),  a  priest  in  Holy  Orders  of  the  Roman  Catholic 
Church. 

Sir  Thomas  Blake  d.  in  1642,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

SIR  VALENTINE  BLAKE,  of  Menlo,  3rd  bart.,  Mayor  of  Galway  in 
1643.  He  m.  (marriage  settlement  27  June,  1632)  Ellinor,  2nd  dau.  of 
Sir  Henry  Lynch,  of  Galway,  ist  bart.  (see  LYNCH-BLOSSE,  Bart.), 
and  by  her  (who  survived  him)  left  issue  four  sons  and  three  daus., 
namely, 

1.  SIR  THOMAS,  his  heir,  4th  bart.  of  Menlo,  whose  descendants 
in  the  male  line  became  extinct  upon  the  death  s.p.  of  his  great 

frandson,  Sir  Ulick  Blake,  8th  bart.,  in  1766. 
.  Henry,  who  had  a  son, 
Thomas,  of  Breandrum,  co.  Galway,  who  d.  1764,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Thomas  (Sir),  of  Breandrum,  who  s.  as  gth  bart.  in  1766, 
and  d.s.p.  masc.  in  1787. 

(2)  Walter  (Sir),  who  s.  his  brother  as  lotli  bart.,  and  is 
ancestor  of  the  present  Sir  Valentine  Blake,  of  Menlo,  i4th 
bart. 

3.  Francis,  supposed  to  have  been  a  patentee  of  lands  in  the  State 
of  Carolina.     He  had  a  son, 

Joseph,  one  of  the  "  Lords  Proprietors  "  of  Carolina  who  sur- 
rendered their  patent  rights  to  the  Crown  in  1728.     He  d.s.p. 

4.  JOHN  (ancestor  of  BLAKE  of  Towerhill),  of  whom  hereafter. 

1.  Juliane,  m.  Alexander  Kirwan,  of  Dalgan,  co.  Mayo. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  Andrew  Blake,  of  Fartigar  and  Castle  Grove, 
7th    son    of    Robert    Blake,    of   Ardfry.     From   this  marriage 
descend  the  Canadian  families  of  Blake. 

3.  Annabel  (Nell  or  Elena),  m.  Thomas  Fleming,  whom  she  sur- 
vived, and  whose  will  she  proved  in  the  Diocesan  Court  of  Tuam 
on  4  April,  1689.     She  d.  intestate  in  1705. 

Sir  Valentine  Blake,  3rd  bart.,  d.  1652.     His  will,  dated  i  June,  1651 , 
as  proved  in  Dublin,  12  April,  1654.     The  extensive  estates  of  Sir 


,„-.--  ,  Valentine  in  the  cos.  of  Clare,  Galway,  and  Mayo,  and  in  the  town  of 

JAMES   (Capt),  m.   Margery,  dau.  of  Alderman  Dominick  I  Galway,  were,  after  the  death  of  Sir  Valentine,  sequestrated  by  the 
Galwa>'»  and  d-  at  Galway,  20  Feb.  1635,  leaving     Cromwellian  Government ;  but  after  King  CHARLES  II's  restoration 

Sir  Valentine's  widow.  Dame  Ellinor  Blake,  obtained  on  14  July, 


issue, 

GEOFFREY,  m.  Juliane,  dau.  of  Thomas  Martin,  of  Galwav 

and  had  issue. 

WALTER,  who  on  !7  Aug.  1677,  got  a  grant  by  patent  of 
the  lands  of  Drum,  co.  Galway,  and  is  ancestor  of  the  family 
of  BLAKE  of  Drum,  and  afterwards  of  Gortnamona  co 
Galway. 


1663,  a  decree  of  the  Court  of  Claims,  whereby  she  was  restored  as 
"  an  innocent  Papist "  to  the  castle  and  lands  of  Muckiniss  and 
the  castle  and  lands  of  Ballyally,  both  in  co.  Clare.  Sir  Valentine 
Blake's  4th  son, 

JOHN  BLAKE,  of  Muckiniss,  co.  Clare,  m.  (marriage  settlement 
dated  10  Jan.  1678)  Mary,  dau.  of  Isidore  Lynch,  of  Drimcong,  co. 


Tpnnpf-      m      TC»-       Tr,k        ft  t    r*    i  j,  •*•»*»«*  J.-J  j  e»u.   iu/u;  i«.at y ,  uau.  <Ji  isiuuic  juyuvu,  ui  jJiiiuwjiig,   LU. 

jennet,   m.    ist   John   Browne,   of  Galway;     2ndly,    Rory     Galway,  and  upon  his  marriage  certain  portions  of  the  lands  of 


O'Flaherty,  of  Killagh,  co.  Galway. 
;.  ROBERT  (FitzWalter,  FitzThomas),   Mayor  ef  the  town  of 
ialway,  1624,  who  had  four  sons, 


Muckiniss  were  settled  on  him  for  life,  with  remainder  to  his  first 
and  other  sons  in  tail  male.  On  20  Feb.  1680  he  obtained  a  grant 
by  Patent  (conjointly  with  Marcus  French)  of  the  castle  and  lands 


(i)  JOHN,  who  was  Sheriff  of  the  town  of  Galway  during  his     of  Muckiniss  and  Ballyally  in  co.  Clare,  to  hold  to  certain  uses. 


father  s  mayoralty,  1624.  (2)  Anthony. 

(3)  Dpmmick. 

(4)  Nicholas,  m.  the  dau.  of  Stanton,  and  had  a  son    Robert 
m  4  March,  1639,  Sarah   3rd  dau  of  Sir  Francis  Blake,  Knt'. 


He  was  one  of  the  burgesses  of  the  town  of  Galway  under  the  new 
Charter  of  Incorporation  granted  in  1688  by  King  JAMES  II.     By 
his  wife,  Mary  (who  survived  him)  he  had  issue,  two  sons,  namely, 
1.  ISIDORE,  his  heir,  of  whom  hereafter.  2.  Patrick. 


,          .          ,.  .,  —  „.,  11I3  llcli,  W1  W11U111  llclCalu:i. 
Ford,  Durham,  and  Twisel.  co.  Northumberland    and  by     In  the  Civil  War  in  Ireland,  1689-91,  he  held  a  commission  as  Capt. 


IRELAND. 


Blake 


i  Col.  Dominick  Browne's  regiment  of  infantry  in  King  JAMES' 
ish  Ajmy,  and  was  killed  in  action  at  the  siege  of  Athlone  in  June, 
>oi.  His  eldest  son  (then  an  infant), 

ISIDORE  BLAKE,  of  Clooneen,  co.  Mayo,  on  3  March,  1701,  obtained 

decree  from  the  trustees  of  Forfeited  Estates  declaring  that  he 

as  entitled  to  the  estate  tiil  in  the  lands  of  Muckiniss  limited  to 

im  under  his  father's  marriage  settlement  of  1678.   He  subsequently 

stained  from  his  cousin  Sir  Walter  Blake,  6th  bart.  of  Menlo, 

.    lease  for  years  of  the  lands  of  Clooneen,  co.  Mayo.     He  m.  Mary, 

;•  ster  of  Mark  Blake,  of  Ballinafad,  co.  Mayo  (whose  will  was  proved 

i  i  Tuam  Diocese  on  14  Sept.  1759),  and  of  Walter  Blake,  of  Ballinafad 

(  vhose  will  was  proved  in  Dublin  on  8  June,  1758),  and  by  her  (who 

I  redeceased  him)  had  issue,  three  sons  and  three  daus.,  viz., 

1.  MAURICE,  his  heir,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  Patrick  (Capt.),  m.  21  Feb.  1761,  Catharine,  2nd  dau.  of  John 
Foster,  of  Higham  Dikes,  Northumberland,  and  had  issue  (with  a 
son)  two  daus.,  viz., 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  n  Nov.  1780,  Hyancinth  Kirwan,  of  Gregg. 

2.  Anne,  m.  James  Darcy,  Barrister-at-Law. 

3.  John,  of  Arran  Quay,  Dublin,  Banker,  who  m.  17 55,  Mary, 
sister  of  Arthur  Browne,  of  Ellistron,  co.  Mayo,  and  widow  of 
Valentine  Blake,  of  London,  Merchant,  2nd  son  of  Sir  Walter 
Blake,  of  Menlo,  6th  bart.,  and  d.  1800,  leaving  issue,  three  sons 
and  one  dau.,  viz., 

1.  Isidore,  m.  Aug.  1781,  Jane,  only  dau.  of  Henry  Lynch,  of 
Clogher,  co.  Mayo,  by  his  ist  wife,  Cecilia,  dau.  of  Dominick 
Lynch,  of   Tuam,  and  d.  1822,  having  had  issue,  two  sons, 
namely, 

(1)  Henry  (Major),  of  Fisher  Hill,  co.  Mayo,  d.s.p.      Will 
dated  1832,  proved  1844. 

(2)  Robert,  Lieut.  84th  Regt.,  who  had  two  sons,  vfhod.  young. 

2.  Valentine,  emigrated  in  1795  to  New  York  ;  d.  there  in  1811 


(2)  Arthur.  (3)  Fawcett. 

(1)  Mary,  d.  young. 

(2)  Frances,  m.  her  cousin  Charles  Crean,  M.D.,  of  Windsor, 
Ballyhaunis,  co.  Mayo,  and  d.  leaving  issue. 

1.  Frances,  m.  —  Hickson,  of  Dublin  ;  and  d.  in  1891,  leaving 
issue. 

2.  Mary,  m.  James  Valentine  Browne,  of  Galway,  eldest  son  of 
Alexander  Browne,  5ist  Regt.,  and  had  issue. 

6  Isidore,  Capt.  in  4th  Dragoons,  m.  Anne  Coleman,  and  by  her 
had  issue  (with  other  children), 


}who  emigrated  to  Australia. 


1.  Maria,  m.  Marcus  Lynch,  of  Cloghballymore,    co.    Galway 
(2nd  son  of  Marcus  Lynch,  of  Barna,  co.  Galway),  and  by  him 
(who  d.  1816)  (will  dated  8  Nov.  1815)  had  issue,  five  daus.,  the 
eldest  of  whom, 

Anne   Lynch,  m.  her  cousin  Maurice  Blake,  of  Ballinafad,  co. 
Mayo  (see  BLAKE  of  Ballinafad). 

2.  Ann,  m.  (articles  dated  Jan.  1800)  Joseph  Bourke,  of  Carrow- 
keele,  co.  Mayo,  and  had  issue,  three  sons  and  three  daus.      Her 
eldest  son, 

Walter  Bourke,  Q.C.,  of  Carrowkeel,  m.  his  cousin  Mary,  dau. 
of  Peter  Blake,  of  Wilford  Lodge  (see  above). 

3.  Frances,  m.   1812,  Arthur  Lynch,  of  Petersburgh  Castle,  co. 
Galway,  and  had  issue,  two  sons  and  a  dau., 

Fanny,  who  m.  her  ist  cousin  Joseph  Blake,  2nd  son  of  Anthony 
Blake  (see  above). 

4.  Catharine,  m.  7  Aug.  1807,  Daniel  Jones,  of  Banada,  co.  Sligo, 
and  predeceased  him,  leaving  issue,  a  dau. 

Isidore  Blake,  of  Towerhill,  in  1803,  went  to  reside  at  Oldhead, 
1  near  Westport,  co.  Mayo,  and  ^.15  Dec.  1818,  and  was  buried  in 

St.  Francis'  Abbey,  in  Galway.     Administration  with  his  will  (dated 

3.  Maurice,    of    Abbey    Street,    Dublin,    Merchant,   d.  unm.  j  23  Oct.  1815)  annexed,  was  granted  on  3  July,  1819.     He  was  s.  by 


3  Dec.  1831. 

i.  Mary,  m.  30  Nov.  1783,  Richard  Darcv,  of  Rockvale,  co. 
Clare  (see  DARCY  of  Newforest). 
I,  Catharine  (Catto),  m.  Frank  Lynch 


his  eldest  son, 
MAURICE  BLAKE,  of   Towerhill,  D.L.,  J.P.  for  Mayo  ;   Major  in 

Noith  Mayo  Militia.     He  m.  4  Aug.   1803  (articles  dated  3  Aug. 

1803),  Maria,  only  surviving  dau.  of  Valentine  O'Connor,  of  Domi- 

2.  Anstas  (Nancy).  3.  Bridget.  |  nick  Street,  Dublin,  Merchant,  by  his  wife  Mary,  eldest  dau.  of 

Isidore  Blake,  after  the  marriage  of  his  eldest  son,  Maurice  Blake  ;  Edward  Moore,  of  Mount  Brown,  co.  Dublin.     She  d.  July,  1810, 
(m  1741),  went  to  reside  in  the  town  of  Galway,  and  d.  April,  1763,  !  having  had  issue, 
a  ad  was  bur.  in  St.  Francis'  Abbey,  in  Galway.     He  was  s.  by  his 
eldest  son, 

MAURICE  BLAKE,  first  of  the  town  of  Galway,  afterwards  of 
Clooneen,  co.  Mayo.  In  1753  he  purchased  the  fee  simple  of  the 
estate  of  Clooneen,  co.  Mayo,  from  Sir  Ulick  Blake,  8th  bart.  of 
Menlo.  He  m.  (marriage  article  25  Feb.  1741)  Ann,  eldest  daus. 
of  Walter  Blake  of  the  town  of  Galway,  merchant  (who  d.  1776), 
and  niece  of  Dr.  Anthony  Blake,  of  Carrobrowne,  R.C.  Archbishop 


1.  Isidore,  b.  Oct.  1806  ;  d.  1809. 

2.  VALENTINE  O'CONNOR,  his  heir. 

1.  Mary,    m.   (marriage  settlement   dated   3   Aug.    1824)    Denis 
O'Conor,   eldest  son  of    Owen    O'Conor  Don,  of  Clonalis,   co. 
Roscommon  (see  that  family).      She  d.  12  June,  1841. 

2.  Frances,  d.  an  infant. 

3.  Honoria,  m.  1835,  Edward  O'Conor,  2nd  son  of  Owen  O'Conor 

f  Clonalis,  and  had  issue  (see  O'CONOR  Don). 


He  was  s.  by  his  elder  t 


of  Armagh  'who  d.  in  1787),  and  by  her  (who  survived  him)  had     Major  Maurice  Blake,  of  Towerhill,  d.  7  May,  1847  ;   bur.  at  R.C. 
issue  surviving,  two  sons,  namely, 

1.  ISIDORE,  his  heir. 

2.  Anthony,  of  Ross  Lodge,  co.  Galway,  m.  Katharine,  dau.  of 

William  Burke,  of  Keelogues,  co.  Mayo,  and  had  issue,  , 

Maurice,  of  Ross  Lodge.  \  Galway    and    Mayo,    High    Sheriff    Mayo    1839,   b.    i   Jan.  i 


L II ill, 

Parish  Chapel  of  Carnacon,  co.  Mayo, 
surviving  son, 


VALENTINE  O'CONNOR  BLAKE,  of  Towerhill,  co.  Mayo,  and  Bun- 
!  owen  Castle  and  Carnmore,  co.  Galway,  D.L.  and  J.P.  for  cos. 


Maurice  Blake,  of  Clooneen,  d.  at  Bath,  in  England,  on  17  Jan.     OT.   7  jan.   1836  (marriage  settlement  dated  22  Dec.  1835),  Hon. 

1789,  and  was  bur.  in  St.  Francis"  Abbey,  in  the  town  of  Galway;  his  j  Margaret  only  dau.  of  Charles  Austin,  3rd  Baron  Ffrench  of  Castle 

ffrench,  co.  Galway,  by  his  wife,  Maria,  dau.  of  John  Browne,  of 
Moyne,  co.  Galway,  and  by  her  (who  d.  16  July,  1869)  had  issue, 


will,  dated  20  June,  1786,  was  proved  in  Dublin  on  25  June,  1790, 
He  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 


ISIDORE  BLAKE,  first  of  Towerhill  (Clooneen),  co.  Mayo,  after-     seven  s'ons  and  three  daus.,  viz., 


wards  of  Oldhead,  Westport,  co.  Mayo;  J.P.  for  Mayo.  He  was  the 
first  of  this  family  who  took  up  his  residence  at  Towaghty  (anglicised 
into  Towerhill),  near  Clooneen,  co.  Mayo.,  He  m.  (marriage 
articles  6  July,  1767),  Frances,  3rd  dau.  and  one  of  the  co- 
heiressfs  of  Thomas  Ruttledge,  of  Cornfield,  co.  Mayo,  by  his  wife, 
Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas  Reddington,  of  Cregana,  co.  Galway,  and 
by  her  (who  d.  March  1824)  had  issue,  six  sons  and  four  daus,  viz., 

1.  MAURICE,  his  heir. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Lakeview,  co.  Mayo,  m.  1799,  Margaret,  dau.  of 
Edward  Dowel),  and  d.  in  1822,  having  had  issue  by  her  (who 
survived  him),  four  sons  and  two  daus.,  viz., 

i.  Isidore,  of  Rockfield,  d.s.p.  2.  Thomas,  d.s.p. 

3.  Edward,  first  of  Lakeview,  afterwards  of  Brussels,  Belgium. 
m.  in  1844,  Margaret,  dau.  of  John  Nolan,  of  Ballinderry,  co. 
Galway ;  and  d.  at  Brussels,  Sept.  1892,  having  had  issue, 

Edward,  d.v.p.,  unm. 
Mary,  d.  unm.  1900. 

4.  Patrick,  of  Dublin,  Solicitor,  d.  unm.  1865. 

:.  Frances,  d.  young.  2.  Eliza,  d.  unm.  1891. 

3.  John,  of  Woodbine  Lodge,  Portarlington  (afterwards  of  Weston, 
Dublin),  m.  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Patrick  Blake,  of  Corbally,  co. 
Galway,  and  d.  1853,  having  had  (with  other  children)  a  son, 

Isidore  John,  Barrister-at-Law,  of  Gray's  Inn  (1834). 


1.  MAURICE  CHARLES  JOSEPH,  now  of  Tower  Hill. 

2.  Charles  Joseph,  of  Heath  House,  Queen's  Co.,  and  Bunowen 
Castle,  co.  Galway  (whom  see). 

3.  Valentine     Joseph,    J.P.    cos.    Mayo    and     Roscommon     (9, 
Fitzwilliam  Square,  Dublin),    b.  4  Oct.  1842,  m.  i  Sept.  1880, 
Hon.  Mary,  only  dau.  of  Charles,  3rd  Baron  De  Freyne  of  French 
Park,  co.  Roscommon  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage),  and  has  issue, 

i.  Arthur.  2.  Valentine. 

3.  Isidore.  4.  Lionel. 

5.  Harold.  6.  Gerald, 

i.  Kathleen.  z.  Gladys. 

3.  Mary,  dec.  21  Nov.  1904. 

4.  Robert  Joseph,  b.  3  Feb.  1847. 

5.  Thomas  Joseph,  Barrister-at-Law,  b.  27  May,  1849. 

6.  Martin  Joseph,  Barrister-at-Law,  of  the  Middle  Temple  (to, 
Old  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn). 

1.  John  Joseph,  d.  25  May,  1866. 

1.  Mary,  Mother  Prioress  of  the  Benedictine  Convent  of  St.  Mary 
of  the  Angels,  Princethorpe,  co.  Warwick,  d.  3  Dec.  1895. 

2.  Ellen  Mary,  d.  in  infancy. 

3.  Margaret  Mary,  d.  unm.  4  May,  1891  ;  bur.  at  Heath  Chapel, 
Queen's  Co. 

Valentine  O'Connor  Blake  d.  at  Bray,  co.  Wicklow,  9  Aug.  1879 


4.  Peter,  of  Wilford  Lodge,  co.  Mayo,  m.  nOct.  1809,  Mary,  dau.  <  /wju  proved  Oct.  1879),  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son 

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of  John  McLoughlin,  of  Newfield,  co.  Mayo ;    d.  1816,  leaving 
issue,  a  son  and  two  daus.,  viz., 

i.  Isidore  Peter,  of  Belmullet,  co.  Mayo,  m.  and  had  issue. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Walter  Bourke,  Q.C.,  of  Carrowkeel,  co.  Mayo. 

2.  Celia,  m.  Isidore  Lynch,  of  Arrandale,  co.  Galway,  2nd  son 
of  Arthur  Lynch,  of  Petersburgh  Castle,  co.  Galway,  d.s.p. 

5.  Anthony,  of  Dublin,  Solicitor,  and  of  St.  Orans,  near  Galway, 
m.  Rebecca,  dau.  of  Skerrett,  of  tha  family  of  Skerrett,  of  Ballin- 
dooly,  co.  Galway,  and  widow  of  Col.  Lines  Fawcett,  and  d.  1840, 
having  had  issue, 
i.  Isidore,  d.  unm. 

3.  Joseph,  of  Tumneenaune  and  Carrick,  co.  Galway,  m.  his  first  ; 
cousin  Fanny,  dau.  of  Arthur  Lynch,  of  Petersburgh  Castle,  co. 
Galway  ;  and  d.  in  1886,  having  had  issue,  by  her  (who  d.  Jan. 
1894),  three  sons  and  two  daus.,  viz., 


Arms — Same  as  BLAKE  of  Renvyle. 
Seat — Towerhill,  co.  Mayo< 


BLAKE    OF    HEATH    HOUSE. 

CH/VRLES  JOSEPH  BLAKE,  of  Heath  House,  Queen's 
Co.,   and  Bunowen    Castle,  co.   Galway,    J,P,    for 


(i)  Anthony,  Surgeon  of  Medicine,  m.  21  Jan.  1902,  Winifred,  j  Queen's  and  Galwav  cos.  ;    High  Sheriff  of  Queen's 
dau.  of  Michael  Hopkins,  and  has  issue,  i    ~      _„_.    -r>   A     ~t  T<,,KI^  TT«;,roT-cUtr    anrl  "Rarrister- 


lau.  of  Michael  Hopkins,  and  has  issue, 

Joseph,  b.  21  Dec.  1902. 
I.L.G. 


Co.  1895  ;   B.A,  of  Dublin  University,  and  Barrister  - 

D 


Blake. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


5° 


at-Law.  Mr.  Blake  is  the  2nd  son  of  the  late 
Valentine  O'Connor  Blake,  of  Towerhill,  co.  Mayo 
(see  preceding  memoir). 

LiiTa.ea,ge.—See  BLAKE  of  Towerhill. 

Residences—  Heath  House,  Queen's  Co.,  and  Bunowen  Castle, 
Clifden,  co.  Galway.  Clubs—  Kildare  Street,  and  Stephen's  Green, 
Dublin  ;  Raleigh,  London. 


BLAKE    OF    BALLYGLUNIN    PARK. 
ROBERT  BLAKE,  of  Ballyglunin  Park,  co.  Galway, 
High  Sheriff  of  the  town  of  Galway   1892,  s.   his 
brother  1891  ;  b.  3  Dec.  1834. 

Lineage. — This  family  of  Blake  springs  from  GEOFFREY  BLAKE, 
3rd  son  of  Walter  Blake  (who  got  a  grant  of  the  customs  of  Galway 
in  1346),  and  grandson  of  RICHARD  CADDELL  (or  Niger),  ancestor 
of  all  the  families  of  BLAKE  in  Connaught  (see  BLAKE  of  Renvyle). 
Geoffrey  Blake  left  two  sons, 

1.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Walter,  who  was  probably  the  person  named  as  executor  in  the 
will  dated  1420,  of  John  (Oge)  Blake  (see  BLAKE  of  Renvyle). 

The  elder  son, 

WILLIAM  BLAKE,  Burgess  of  Galway,  living  1453,  was  devisee 
under  the  will,  dated  1421,  of  his  uncle,  Henry  Blake,  senior,  and 
joined  in  the  grant  made  in  1435  to  the  church  of  St.  Nicholas. 
In  1445  an  award  was  made  between  him  and  his  cousins  Henry 
(fitz  John  Oge  Blake)  and  John  (fitz  Henry)  Blake,  to  settle  disputes 
between  them  as  to  the  division  of  lands  of  Henry  Blake,  senior. 
He  left  issue,  three  sons, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Andrew.  3.  Thomas. 
The  eldest  son, 

t  JOHN  BLAKE,  Mayor  of  Galway  1488,  as  appears  by  a  deed  of 
agreement  made  in  this  year  between  him,  William  de  Buigo  and 
Dominick  Lynch  (fitz  J ohn).  He  was  appointed  one  of  the  executors 
of  the  will  of  John  Blake  (fitz  Henry)  dated  1468  (see  BLAKE  of 
Renvyle).  He  left  issue,  four  sons, 

1.  Geoffrey,  probably  Bailiff  of  Galway  in  1486.     He  left  issue  a 
son, 

Richard,  Mayor  of  Galway  1533,  who  had  various  disputes  as 
to  his  title  to  the  lands  of  Kiltollagh,  &c.,  inherited  by  him 
from  his  ancestor  William  as  devisee  of  Henry  Blake  (fitz  Walter) 
as  is  mentioned  in  a  decree  of  the  Irish  Court  of  Chancery,  temp. 
HENRY  VIII,  circa  1536,  and  in  an  award  of  1542.  He,  with 
his  son  and  heir,  John,  in  1558,  confirmed  his  ancestors' gifts  to 
the  church  of  St.  Nicholas.  He  appears  to  have  d.  in  1564,  as 
in  the  following  year  his  name  disappears  from  the  list  of 
masters  or  ex-mayors  in  which  it  had  appeared  from  1534  to 
1564  (both  inclusive).  He  had  issue,  four  soiif, 

(1)  Geoffrey,  d.  young,  v.p. 

(2)  John,  Mayor  of  Galway  1578.     On  6  March,  1571,  he 
and  his  kinsman,  John  Fitz  Nicholas  Blake,  obtained  the 
decree  of  the  Lord  President  and  Council  of  Connaught  (see 
BLAKE  of  Renvyle).    He  m.  Julia  Browne,  and  d.  about 
1586,  having  by  her  (who  m.  sndly,  Anthony  Kirwan)  had 
issue,  two  sons,  Arthur,  and  Walter,  who  was  one  of  the 
parties  to  the  decree  of  1616,  by  which  the  decree  of  1171 
was  ratified  and  confirmed. 

(3)  Martin.  (4)  Thomas. 

2.  Walter,  Bishop  of  Clonmacnois  in  1487,  who  was  appointed  in 
1506  by  King  HENRY  VII  to  the  Archbishopric  of    Tuam,  but 
this  translation  was  not  sanctioned  by  the  Pope. 

3.  ANDREW,  of  whom  presently. 

4.  Peter. 
The  3rd  son, 

ANDREW  BLAKE,  living  temp.  HENRY  VII,  left  issue,  three  sons, 
of  whom  the  third  was  Walter,  ancestor  of  the  BLARES  of  BaUinafad 
(whom  see)  and  BLAKE  of  Ardfry  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WALLS- 
COURT,  B.). 

ANDREW  BLAKE,  Alderman,  of  Galway,  son  of  Patrick,  who  is 
believed  to  have  been  a  descendant  of  the  second  son  of  Andrew 
above-mentioned,  m.  Juliane  Martyn,  and  had  issue, 

1.  WALTER,  of  Drunmacrina,  co.  Mayo,  ancestor  of  Blake  of  that 
place,  and  of  Oranmore,  co.  Galway. 

2.  MARTIN,  ancestor  of  this  line. 

3.  Andrew,  of  Galway,  merchant,  m.  Christiana  Martyn,  and  d. 
1687  (will  proved  22  Aug.  that  year)  leaving  issue,  from  whom 
descends  the  family  of  Blake  of  Furbough,  now  Daly  of  Raford 
(see  tJiat  family). 

Alderman  Andrew  Blake's  will,  dated  20  Dec.  1624,  was  proved  9 
Feb.  1630.  His  2nd  son, 

MARTIN  BLAKE,  of  Cummer,  Sheriff  of  the  town  of  Galway  1648, 
had  a  grant  of  lands  in  co.  Galway  (barony  of  Clare)  in  1677  (29 
CHARLES  II)  ;  he  purchased  in  1671,  the  estate  of  Ballyglunin, 
alias  Kilmoylane,  from  the  Cromwellian  planter  Charles  Holcraft  ; 
he  m.  ist,  in  1640,  Margaret  Martyn,  of  Dangan,  by  whom  he  had 
issue, 

1.  PETER,  his  heir. 

He  m.  2ndly,  Aug.  1652,  Anne  Joyes,  widow  of  Patrick  Bodkin,  and 
d.  8  Aug.  1691,  leaving  issue  by  his  2nd  wife, 

2.  Patrick,  whose  will,  dated  12  Feb.  1676,  was  proved  in  France 
21   March,   1677. 

1.  Margaret,  m.  1672,  Joseph  Lynch,  of  Ballycurrin. 

2.  Gyles  or  Julia. 
His  eldest  son, 


PETER  BLAKE,  of  Cummer  and  Ballyglunin,  m.  1667,  Sybilia 
Joyce,  and  d.  21  Sept.  1691,  leaving  issue,  three  sons  and  three  daus., 

1.  MARTIN,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Patrick,  of  St.  Kitts,  in  West  Indies,  m.  Mary  Ann,  dau.  of 
Andrew  Bodkin,  of  Montserrat,  and  d.  7  March,  1744  (will  proved 
in  Antigua  in  1745)  having  had  issue,  two  sons, 

1.  Martin,  of  St.  Kitts,  West  Indies,  m.  Sarah,  dau.  of  Dominick 
Trant ;    and  d.s.p.  in  his  father's  lifetime  (will  proved  25  Aug. 

2.  Andrew,  of  St.  Kitts  and  Montserrat,  m.  Marcella  French  ; 
and  d.  in  London  (will  proved  u  Nov.  1762),  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Patrick  (Sir),  of  Langham,  Suffolk,  created  a  Bart.  8  Oct. 
1772  ;    d.   i   July,   1784   (see  BURKE'S   Peerage,  BLAKE  of 
Langham,  Bart.). 

(2)  Christopher,  d.  unm.   1780. 

(3)  Edward,  d.  unm.  1763. 

(4)  Arthur,  who  had  issue,  Arthur  Garland  and  Edward. 

(1)  Frances  Barbara,  m.  Thomas  Hodges,  and  had  issue. 

(2)  Marianne,  m.   ist,  —  Austerbat ;    and  2ndly,  Thomas, 
Lord  Montfort,  who  d.  24  Oct.  1799. 

3.  Nicholas,  of  the  town  of  Galway,  d.  1747,  leaving  three  sons, 
Patrick,  Peter,  and  Arthur  ;   and  two  daus.,  Sibilla,  and  Mary,  m. 
Valentine  Browne,  of  Tuam. 

1.  Margaret,  m.  ist,  in  1686,  Christopher  Ffrench  (son  of  Robuck 
Ffrench,  of  Cloghballymore,  co.   Galway),  who  d.  1688  ;   she  m. 
2ndly,  Patrick  Lynch,  of  Galway,  Doctor  of  Medicine. 

2.  Sibilla.  3.  Anne. 
The  eldest  son, 

MARTIN  BLAKE  (FitzPeter)  of  Cummer  and  Ballyglunin,  m.  28 
Nov.  1691,  Margaret,  dau.  of  Edmpnd  French,  of  Boyle  Abbey,  co. 
Roscommon,  and  d.  1737,  leaving  issue,  two  sons  and  three  daus., 

1.  EDMOND,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Martin  (Major),  of  Antigua  and  St.  Kitts,  in  West  Indies,  and 
of  Sevenoaks,  Kent,  m.  24  Dec.  1735,  Elizabeth,  only  dau.  of  John 
Burke,  of  Antigua,  and  had  issue  ;  will  proved  in  London,  16  Oct. 
1767. 

1.  Sibilla,  m.  1723,  Andrew  Blake,  of  Castle  Grove. 

2.  Mary,  m.  Alexander  Bodkin,  of  Anbally,  co.  Galway. 

3.  A  dau.  (name  unknown),  a  nun. 
The  elder  son, 

EDMOND  BLAKE,  of  Ballyglunin,  m.  14  Dec.  1724,  Mary  French, 
of  Rahasane,  and  had  four  sons, 

1.  MARTIN,  his  heir. 

2.  John,  d.s.p.     His  will  is  dated  24  Feb.  1774. 

3.  Robert.  (Rev.),  d.s.p.  4.  Peter  (Rev.),  d.s,p. 
Mr.  Blake  d.  1771,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

MARTIN  BLAKE,  of  Ballyglunin,  m.  1751,  Bridget,  dau.  of  Walter 
Joyce,  of  Galway,  and  d.  1777,  leaving  issue, 

1.  EDMOND,   of  Ballyglunin,  m.   1780,   Mary,    dau.   of  Nugent 
Sylvester  Aylward,  of  Ballinagar  (which  lady  afterwards  m.  1789, 
Col.  John  Blake,  of  Furbo),  and  d.  1782,  having  had  one  son, 

Martin  Stephen,  who  d.  unm.  1788. 

2.  WALTER,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Martin  (Rev.),  of  the  Order  of  St.  Francis,  d.s.p. 

4.  Pierce  (Rev.). 

5.  John,  of  Tuam,  m.  31  Dec.  1803,  Olivia  Ann,  dau.  of  Christo- 
pher French,  of  Brook  Lodge  (of  the  family  of  French,  of  Tyrone, 
co.  Galway),  and  d.  6  Oct.  1822,  having  had  issue  a  son  and  a 
dau., 

John  Joseph,  of  Garbally,  King's  Co.,  m.  3  Oct.  1829,  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  John  Bodkin,  of  Annagh,  co.  Galway,  and  had  issue, 
(i)  John  St.  George,  d.  in  infancy. 

(1)  Harriett,   a  nun. 

(2)  Olivia,  m.  1867,  John  Taaffe,  of   Smarmore  Castle,  co. 
Louth,  and  had  issue  (see  that  family). 

Julia  Maria,  m.  1835,  Martin  Kirwan  Blake,  3rd  son  of  Charles 
Blake,  of  Merlin  Park,  and  d.  1877,  leaving  issue  (see  BLAKE  DE 
BURGH,  of  Coolcon). 

The  2nd  son, 

WALTER  BLAKE,  who  succeeded  to  Ballyglunin  in  1788,  m.  1789, 

Mary  Archdeacon,  sister  of  the  Rev.  Nicholas  Joseph  Archdeacon, 

R.C.  Bishop  of  Kilmacduagh,  and  had  issue, 

1.  MARTIN  JOSEPH,  his  heir. 

2.  Henry,  m.  June,  1827,  Adelaide,  eldest  dau.  of  Robert  French, 
of  Monivea  Castle,  co.  Galway,  and  d.  17  Oct.  1858,  leaving  issue, 

1.  WALTER  MARTIN,  late  of  Ballyglunin  Park. 

2.  ROBERT,  now  of  Ballyglunin  Park. 

3.  Henry,  who  emigrated  to  Australia. 

4.  Martin  Joseph,  of  Ballina,  co.  Galway. 

5.  John  William  Smith  O'Brien,  late    Lieut.-Col.  Comm.  ist 
Batt.  loth  (Lincolnshire)  Regt.,  m.  Christian,  dau.  of  the  Jate 
Sherrington   Gilder,    and   widow   of   Arthur  Frisby    He   d. 
25  Jan.  1907,  leaving  issue, 

Nicola  Patricia  Mary. 

1.  Adelaide. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  1892,  Michael  Den  Keating,  of  Woodsgift,  co. 
Kilkenny. 

3.  Nichola,  m.  Andrew  Veitch,  of  Galway,  and  d.s.p. 

4.  Mary.  5.  Bidilia. 
Walter  Blake  d.  1802,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

MARTIN  JOSEPH  BLAKE,  D.L.,  of  Ballyglunin  Park,  b.  1790, 
was  M.P.  for  borough  of  Galway  for  a  long  period ;  he  d.  unm. 
March,  1861,  and  was  s.  by  his  nephew, 

WALTER  MARTIN  BLAKE,  of  Ballyglunin,  b.  1828  ;  High  Sheriff  of 
Galway  Town  1885,  d.  unm.  25  Sept,  1891,  and  was  s.  by  his  brother. 

Arms — Arg.  a  fret  gu.  Crest — A  mountain  cat,  passant  guard- 
ant,  ppr.  Motto — Virtus  sola  nobilitat. 

Seat— Ballyglunin  Park,  Ballyglunin,  co.  Galway.  Clubs— 
Kildare  Street,  Dublin;  County  Galway  Club,  Galway;  Consti- 
tutional Club,  London. 


IRELAND. 


Blakeney 


BLAKE     OF     BALLINAFAD. 

LiEUT.-CoL.  LLEWELLYN  BLAKE,  of  Ballinafad, 

•  3.  Mayo,  and  Cloghballymore,  co.  Galway,  J.P.  and 

).L.  for  the  former  co.,  High  Sheriff  of  Galway  Town 

886,   J.P.   co.   Galway,  late  6th  Batt.   Connaught 

tangers,  b.  1842. 

Lineage. — This  family  is  descended  from  WALTER  BLAKE,  3rd 
s  >n  of  ANDREW  FrrzJoHN  BLAKE  (see  BLAKE  of  Batty glunin).  He 
1  :ft,  with  other  issue,  two  sons, 

1.  MARCUS,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  ROBERT,  ancestor  of  Lord  Wallscourt  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 
'  he  elder  son, 

MARCUS  BLAKE,  got  grants  of  land  in  Galway  and  Mayo  18  June, 
:  618,  and  27  March,  1619,  and  had  issue, 

1.  WALTER,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Thomas,  who  had  a  son,  Henry,  of  Culgad,  co.  Mayo,  who  d. 
1675. 

'.'he  elder  son, 

WALTER  BLAKE,  purchased  other  lands  in  co.  Mayo,  from  David 
O'Kelly,  of  Dunamona.  He  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Piers  Kirwan,  and 
d.  5  June,  1633,  leaving  issue, 

1.  MARCUS,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Jennet.  2.  Mary. 

The  only  son, 

MARCUS  OGE  BLAKE  (or  Maurice  Blake)  who  in  1681  obtained 
a  re-grant  by  patent  dated  30  June,  33  CHARLES  II,  of  the  lands  of 
Gissiden  and  other  lands  in  the  barony  of  Carra,  co.  Mayo,  which 
are  now  the  estate  of  Ballinafad,  and  belonged  to  his  father.  He 
m.  Anstace,  dau.  of  John  Darcy,  of  Kinloch,  co.  Mayo,  and  left 
issue, 

1.  MARK,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Walter,  of  Ballinafad,  d,.  unm.   (will  dated  28  April,   1758, 
proved  3   June,    1758).  3.  John. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Isidore  Blake,  of  Clooneen,  co.  Mayo,  and  had  issue 
(see  BLAKE  of  Towerhill). 

2.  Anstas,  m.  —  Lynch.  8.  Margaret,  m.  —  Carroll. 
The  eldest  son, 

MARK  BLAKE,  of  Ballinafad,  m.  25  Oct.  1712,  Juliana,  dau.  of 
Edmund  Kirwan,  of  Dalgin,  and  d.  about  1759  (will  dated  28  Aug. 
1756,  proved  14  Sept.  1759)  leaving  issue, 

1.  MAURICE,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Mark,  of  Knockmore,  m.  about  1745,  Margaret,  dau.  of  John 
Blake  of  Windfield  (see  BLAKE  of  Renvyle),  and  d.s.p.  29  May, 
1760.     His  widow  m.  26  June,  1765,  Henry  Lynch,  of  Clogher. 
1.  Anstas,  m.  1742,  Mark  Lynch,  of  Barna  (see  that  family), 
and  had  issue. 

The  elder  son, 

MAURICE  BLAKE,  of  Ballinafad,  m.  1733,  Sibilla,  dau.  of  Roe- 
buck French,  of  Dooras,  co.  Galway,  and  d.  about  1779,  leaving  issue, 

1.  MARK,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Julia,  m.  Francis  Lynch.         2.  Catharine. 

3.  Mary,  m.  her  cousin  Mark  Blake,  who  d.s.p.  1783. 

4.  Anstase,  d.  unm. 
The  only  son, 

MARK  BLAKE,  of  Ballinafad,  m.  Jan.  1777,  Christian,  only  dau.  of 
Martin  Kirwan,  of  Blindwell,  co.  Galway,  and  d.  about  1810, 
having  had  issue, 

1.  MAURICE.  2.  Martin. 

3.  Mark.  4.  Joseph. 

1.  Mary,  m.  1815,  Andrew  Browne,  of  Moyvilla. 
The  eldest, 

MAURICE  BLAKE,  of  Ballinafad,  High  Sheriff  co.  Mayo  1838,  m. 
Anne,  dau.  and  heiress  of  Marcus  Lynch,  of  Cloghballymore,  co. 
Galway,  by  Maria  his  wife,  eldest  dau.  of  Isidore  Blake,  of  Tower- 
hill,  and  a.  1852,  having  had  issue, 

1.  MAK.K,  of  Ballinafad. 

2.  Maurice,  Capt.  igth  Regt.  (ret.),  who  had  issue. 

3.  Martin,  d.s.p.  4.  JOSEPH,  late  of  Ballinafad. 

5.  LLEWELLYN,  now  of  Ballinafad. 

1.  Mary,  m.  George  Henry  Moore,  of  Moore  Hall,  M.P.  for  co. 
i      Mayo,  who  d.  1870. 

2.  Catherine,   m.   March,  1853,  Arthur  O'Conor,   J.P.,  of  The 
Palace,  Elphin,  co   Roscommon,  and  had  issue  (see  O'CONOR  of 
Mount  Druid). 

3.  An>ia,  m.  William  Murphy,  of  Mount  Merrion,  co.  Dublin. 

4.  Julia,  m.  G.  E.  Browne,  of  Brownestown,  co.  Mayo. 

5.  Victoria,  m.  ist,  March,  1859,  Thomas  ffrench  (nephew  of  Lord 
ffrench).     He  d.s.p.  30  May,   1859.    She  m.  2ndty,  Lieut.-Gen. 
Andrew  Browne,  C.B.,  who  d.  8  April,  1883,  leaving  issue. 

The  eldest  son, 

MARK  BLAKE,  of  Ballinafad,  J.P.,  M.P.  for  co.  Mayo  from  1840 
to  1846,  and  High  Sheriff  1855,  6.  1818  ;  d.s.p.  June,  1886,  and  was 
*.  by  his  brother, 

JOSEPH  BLAKE,  of  Ballinafad,  who  d.  unm.,  and  was  *.  by  his 
brother. 

Arms — Arg.  a  fret  gu.  Crest — A  mountain  cat,  passant,  ppr» 
M  otto— Virtus  sola  nobilitat. 

Seats — Ballinafad,  co.  Mayo  ;   Cloghballymore,  co.  Galway. 


BLAKE     OF    RATHVILLE.    See  DALY. 


BLAKE.     See  BLAKE    DE  BURGH. 


s    \ 


BLAKE.    See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  WALLSCOTJRT, 


BLAKENEY  OF  CASTLE  BLAKENEY. 

ROBERT  EDWARD 
BLAKENEY,  of 

Abbert,  Castle 

Blakeney,  co.  Gal- 
way, b.  1858  ;  5. 
his  brother  1905  ; 
m.  1897,  Katherine 
Everleigh,  dau.  of 
William  Batt,  of 
Cackenfy,  and 

widow  of  Frederick 
Howe  Windham. 

Lineage.  —  TH  o  M  A  s 
BLAKENEY,  by  his  2nd 
wife,  a  Miss  Hatton,  had 
issue, 

1.  ROBERT     of     whom 
below. 

2.  William,     of     Mount 
Blakeney  and  Thomas- 
town,      co.      Limerick. 
Lieut,  in  the  Army,  d, 
31  March,  1664,  and  bur. 
in    St.    Peter's    Kilmal- 
lock.     He  had  issue, 

1.  William,  of  Mount  Blakeney  and  Thomastown,  M.P.  for 
Kilmallock.     Had  a  grant  of  lands  in  co.  Limerick  n  Dec.  1666. 
Will  dated  10  Nov.  1701,  proved  22  April,  1718.     He  m.  Eliza- 
beth, dau.  ot  Henry  Bowerman,  and  had  issue, 

(1)  WILLIAM  (Sir),  LORD  BLAKENEY,  of   Mount  Blakeney, 
co.    Limerick    (cr.    1757),    K.B.,     Lieut.-Gen.,     M.P.     for 
Kilmallock   1727-1756,    Governor  of   Stirling  Castle   1744, 
Lieut.-Gov.  of  Minorca  1747,  Brig.-Gen.  in  Carthagena  Exped. 
1741,    defended   Fort   St.    Philip    against   French   Exped. 
under  Due  de  Richelieu  1756,  b.  1670 ;    d.  unm.  20  Sept. 
1761,  bur.  in  Westminster  Abbey. 

(2)  Charles,  Lieut.  Royal  Regt.  of  Ireland. 

(3)  John,  Lieut.  Sir  Harry  Goring's  Regt. 

(4)  Robert,  of  Mount  Blakeney  and  Thomastown,  Major  in 
the  Army,  d.  18  Nov.  1763,  having  m.  Deborah  (will  proved 
1775),  dau.  of  Grice  Smyth,  of  Ballynatray  (see  that  family), 
bv  whom  he  had  issue, 

1.  William,  of  Mount  Blakeney  and  Thomastown,  B.A. 
(Trin.  Coll.  Dublin),  Barrister-at-LaW,  d.  15  Sept.  1811, 
having  m.   1764,  Gertrude,  dau.  of   R'chard  Smyth,  of 
Ballynatray  (see  that  family),  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

(i)  Robert  (Rev.),  B.C.L.  Oxon,   Rector  of  Elm,  co. 
Somerset,  b.  6  June,  1792  ;  d.  unm.  13  Jan.  1825. 

2.  Grice,  Gen.  in  the  Army,  Col.  4th  (Blakeney's)  Royal 
Veteran  Batt.,  J.P.  cos.  Tipperary  and  Limerick,  b.  1741  ; 
d.  unm.  16  Nov.  1816. 

i.  Gertrude,  m.  28  May,  1752,  her  cousin   Col.  Robert 
Blakeney,  M.P.  of  Abbert,  to  whom  refer. 

(1)  Margaret,  m.  R.  Armstrong,  of  Cork. 

(2)  Mary,  m.  —  Le  Strange. 

(3)  Elizabeth,  m.  John  Creed. 

(4)  Hatton  (?  Catherine),  m.  Lancelot  (?  Joseph)  Gubbins, 
of  Maidstone  Castle,  co.  Limerick. 

2.  George,  Lieut.-Col.  of  Sir  Henry  Goring's  Regt.  of  Foot, 
served  at  Cadiz  1702,  and  at  the  taking  of  Vigp,  at  the  siege  of 
Toulon,  1707,  and  at    the    capture   of    Cagliari    1708.     Will 
dated  10  June,  1726,  proved  10  May,  1728. 

3.  John.      '  4.  George. 
5.  Charles.  6.  Henry. 

1.  Hatton,  m.  —  Pepper,  of  Drogheda. 

2.  A  dau.,  m  —  Lovelace.  3.  A  dau.,  m.  —  Gardner. 
The  eldest  son, 

ROBERT  BLAKENEY,  of  Gallagh,  co.  Galway,  Major  in  Sir  Charles 
Coote's  Regt.  of  Dragoons  (will  dated  10  Feb.  1658,  proved  6  July, 
1660)  m.  Susannah,  dau.  of  Edward  Ormsby,  of  Tobervaddy,  co. 
Roscommon,  High  Sheriff  for  cos.  Galway  and  Mayo,  and  by  her 
(who  d.  29  Sept.  i659)and  was  bur.  in  St.  Michael's  Church,  Dublin, 
vide  Fun.  Entry),  he  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

3!  Robert,'  of  Chappel  Finaghly,  co.  Galway,  High  Sheriff  1709, 
Capt  in  Lord  Meath's  Regt.  of  Foot,  wounded  at  the  first  siege 
of  Limerick,  1690,  Mayor  of  Galway  1715,  d.s.p.  12  Oct.  1731 
(will  dated  9  Aug.  1731  proved  16  Oct.  1731),  having  m. 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  —  Rogers,  and  widow  of  —  McDonald. 
4  Edward,  of  Gallagh,  for  whose  descendants  see  below. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Robert  Ormsby,  of  Cloghaus,  co.  Mayo. 

2.  Susannah,  m.  —  Godwin,  of  Tuam. 

^OH/BLAKENEY,  of  Gallogh,  b.  1649,  entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin, 
18  June,  1666,  B.A.  1671  t  m.  1671,  Sarah,  dau.  of  Dudley  Persse, 
Dean  of  Kilmacduagh,  and  d.  1691  (Admon.  19  April,  1691),  leaving 
issue, 

1.  ROBERT,  of  whom  presently. 

2  John  of  Distington,  Cumberland,  Capt.  Royal  Regt.  of  Ireland, 
served  at  Blenheim  and  Malplaquet,  and  d.s.p.  21  May,  1749. 

D    2 


Blakeney. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


3.  William. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Thomas  Taylor. 
The  eldest  son, 

ROBERT  BLAKENEY,  of  Abbert  and  Castle  Blakeney,  High 
Sheriff  co.  Galway  1709  and  1729,  M.P.  for  Athenry,  1721-33  ;  m. 
Sarah,  dau.  of  Gilbert  Ormsby,  M.P.  (see  ORMSBY  of  Gortner  Abbey). 
He  d.  1733  (will  dated  16  April,  1733,  proved  5  Dec.  1733).  having 
had,  with  four  daus.,  three  sons, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  George,  Capt.  27th  Regt.,  b.  27  Jan.  1716  ;    d.  25  Feb.  1779, 
having  m.  Mary,  dau. 'of  John  Dixon,  of  Gilgarron,  co.  Cumber- 
land, and  by  her  (who  d.  17  Sept.  1800)  he  had  with  other  issue  i 
a  dau.,  named  Hatton,  and  a  son, 

Robert,  of  Whitehaven,  J.P.   and  D.L.   co.  Cumberland,  d.  ' 
6  Nov.  1822,  having  m.  Margaret  (d.  14  Feb.  1828),  dau.  of  ! 
Rev.   Samuel  de  le  Brouf  Edwards,   M.A.,  of   Pentre  Hall, 
Montgomery. 
8.  Gilbert. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLAKENEY,  of  Abbert,  High  Sheriff  co.  Galway  1727   and 
1738,  M.P.  for  Athenry  1727-47;    m.  Grace,  dau.  of  Henry  Persse,  i 
of  Roxborough  (see  that  family),  and  d.  21  Aug.  1747.  having  had 

1.  ROBERT,  of  Abbert,  Col.  Galway  Mil.,  High  Sheriff  1754,  M.P.  i 
for  Athenry  1747-63  ;  m.  28  May,  1752,  Gertrude,  dau.  of  Major 
Robert  Blakeney,  of  Mount  Blakeney,  co.  Limerick  (see  below), 
and  d.  Jan.  1763,  having  had  issue, 

John,  of  Abbert,  M.P.  for  Athenry  1776-89,  <Z.  unm.  Aug.  1789. 
Grace,  m.  May,  1786,  Thomas  Lyon,  of  Watercastle,  Queen's  Co.  i 

2.  John,  of  Ashfield,  Col.  Galway  Mil.,  High  Sheriff  1768,  M.P. 
for  Athenry  1763-89,  d.  unm.  July,  1789. 

3.  THEOPHILUS,  of  whom  presently. 

4.  William,   Lieut.-Col.   Royal   Welsh   Fus.,    M.P.   for   Athenry 
1781-3  and  1790-9,  severely  wounded  at  the  Battle  of  Bunker's 
Hill,  d.  g  Nov.  1804,  having  m.  Sarah  Shields,  of  Newcastle-on-  j 
Tyne,  by  whom  he  had  issue  (with  three  daus.), 

1.  William  Augustus,  Major  87th  Regt.,  d.  3  Sept.  1848,  having  i 
m.  Sarah  O'Dell,  by  whom  he  had  issue. 

2.  John  Theophilus,  M.A.  Camb.,  Barrister-at-Law,  d.  unm.  \ 
31  March,  1856. 

3.  Hargrave. 

4.  Thomas,  Lieut.-Col.  66th  Regt. 

5.  Edward  (Sir),  G.C.B.,  G.C.H.,  K.T.S.,  Field  Marshal,  Col. 
in  Chief  of  the  Rifle  Brigade,   17  years  Commander  of  the 
Forces  in  Ireland,  Governor  of  Chelsea  Hospital,  b.  26  March, 
1778  ;  d.s.p.  2  Aug.  1868  ;  m.  5  March,  1814,  Mary  (d.  21  Jan. 
1861),  dau  of  Col.  Thomas  Gardiner,  H.E.I.C.S. 

6.  Samuel,  Capt.  6th  Regt. 

7.  Robert. 

8.  Henry  Persse,  Major  66th  Regt. 

1.  Sarah,   m.    1750,   William    Persse,   of    Roxborough    (see   that 
family). 

2.  Mary,  m.  19  June,  1759,  Thomas  Taylor. 
The  3rd  son, 

THEOPHILUS  BLAKENEY,  of  Abbert,  and  formerly  of  Mulpit,  M.P. 
for  Athenry  1769-76,  for  Carlingford  1776-83,  and  again  for 
Athenry  1783-99,  High  Sheriff  co.  Galway  1773  ;  m.  Nov.  1782, 
Margaret,  eldest  dau.  of  John  Stafford,  of  Gillstown,  co.  Ros- 
common, and  had  issue. 

1.  JOHN  HENRY,  of  Abbert. 

1.  Bridget,  m.  Sir  Richard  Bligh  St.  George,  Bart,  of  Woodsgift, 
co.  Kilkenny  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

2.  Margaret,  m.  John  O'Dwyer,  Barrister-at-Law. 

3.  Elizabeth,  m.  Capt.  De  Hugo,  of  the  French  National  Guard. 

4.  Harriett,  m.  Arthur  St.  George,  of  Kilrush  House. 
Capt.  Blakeney  d.  22  Sept.  1813,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

JOHN  HENRY  BLAKENEY, of  Abbert,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
in  1819,  m.  i  July,  1813,  Charlotte,  3rd  dau.  of  Sir  Ross  Mahon, 
ist  bait,  of  Castlegar,  co.  Galway  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage),  by  Elizabeth 
his  ist  wife,  sister  of  John  Denis,  ist  Marquess  of  Sligo,  and  d. 
17  Nov.  1858,  having  by  her  (who  d.  2  Aug.  1865)  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  late  of  Abbert. 

2.  Robert,  late  Major  48th  Regt.,  served  in  Crimean  Campaign 
and  at  Siege  of  Sebastopol,  Queen's  Foreign  Service  Messenger, 
b.   1848  ;    m.  2  Oct.   1860,  Hon.   Mary  Sophia,  eldest  dau.  of 
Henry  Jeffery,  5th  Viscount  Ashbrook  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 
She  d.  17  April,  1886.     He  d.  20  June,  1902,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Henry  Ross,  b.  2  April,  1862. 

2.  Frederick  Robert,  b.  16  May,  1863. 

3.  Ernest  Charles  Cecil,  b.  27  Jan.  1869. 

1.  Frances  Alice. 

2.  Beatrice  Maud,  d.  unm.  27  April,  1899. 

3.  William,  Col.  E.I.C.S. 

4.  Edward,  d.  9  Nov.  1910,  aged  79. 

5.  Henry,  Col.,  served  through  Crimean  War,  m.  27  July,  1865, 
Louisa  Jane,  dau.  of  Francis  C.  Hutchinson  M.D.,  of  Carlisle. 

1.  Elizabeth  Margaret,  m.  24  April,  1834,  Albemarle  Cator,  de- 
ceased, eldest  son  of  John  Cator,  of  Beckenham  Place,  Kent,  and 
Woodbastwick  Hall,  Norfolk  (see  that  family). 

2.  Sarah.  3.  Mary. 

4.  Louisa. 

5.  Harriette  Anne,  m,  William  Henry  Coussmaker,  of  Westwood, 
Surrey,  and  d.  his  widow,  6  March,  1903,  aged  80. 

6.  Margaret  Grace,  d.  unm.  7  Sept.  1911,  aged  85. 

7.  Anna,  m.  20  Dec.  1855,  Charles  Morgan  Norwood,  of  Hull, 
M.P. 

The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLAKENEY,  of  Abbert,  Castle  Blakeney,  co.  Galway,  J.P. 
and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1873,  late  of  the  23rd  R.  W.  Fusiliers,  b.  Oct. 
1826  ;  m.  ist,  1854,  Frances,  dau.  of  James  Hardiman  Burke,  of 
St.  Cleran's,  and  by  her  (who  d.  5  Aug.  1869)  had  issue, 


1.  JOHN  THEOPHILUS,  late  of  Abbert. 

2.  ROBERT  EDWARD,  now  of  Abbert. 

1.  Anne.  2.  Mary,  m.  Rev.  J.  O.  Coussmaker. 

3.  Fanny,  m.  1895,  Gilbert  Mahon. 

Mr.  Blakeney  m.  2ndly,  1873.  Joanna,  widow  of  Croasdaile  Molony, 
of  Kilneerandie  and  Granahan,  co.  Clare,  and  dau.  of  Henry  Maityn 
Blake,  of  The  Heath,  co.  Mayo,  and  Windfield,  co.  Galway,  and  niece 
of  Robert  ffrench,  J.P.,  D.L.,  of  Monivea  Castle,  co.  Galway,  and 
by  her  had  issue, 

3.  Henry  Robert  William,  m.  29  April,  1905,  Aileen  Mary,  only 
dau.  of  George  R.  Armstrong. 

4.  Ethel  Frances  Charlotte,   m.   1895,   Lucien  Jerome,  H.B.M. 
Consular  Service,  d.  at  Havana  1898,  during  the  Cuban  war. 

He  d.  1901,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

JOHN  THEOPHILUS  BLAKENEY,  of  Abbert,  Castle  Blakeney,  J.P. 
co.  Galway,  b.  31  Jan.  1855  ;  d.  unm.  16  Jan.  1905,  when  he  was  s. 
by  his  brother. 

The  4th  son  of  Major  Robert  Blakeney,  of  Gallagh,  and  Susannah 
Ormsby  (see  above). 

EDWARD  BLAKENEY,  of  Gallagh,  co.  Galway,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Staunton,  M.P.  for  Galway,  had  issue, 

1.  Robert,  m.  a  sister  of  Simon  Marshall,  of  Tuam,  they  had 
issue, 

1.  Edward,  d.  unm. 

2.  Simon  (will  dated  21  June,  1777),  of  Gortgariffe  co.  Galway ; 
m.  Marcella,  his  cousin,  dau.  of  Thomas  Blakeney,  of    Feigh, 
co.  Galway  (see  below).    They  had  issue, 

(i)  Charles.  (2)  Edward. 

(1)  Isabella,  m.  1787,  James  Beytagh,  of  Mannin,  co.  Mayo. 

(2)  Sarah. 

3.  Robert,  of  Gortgariffe,  co.  Galway,  Lieut,  ngth  Foot,  d.  unm. 
i.  A  dau.,  m.  Rev.  A.  Wadman. 

2.  THOMAS,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  John,  m.  Miss  Lovelace,  of  Roscommon,  and  had  issue. 
The  2nd  son, 

THOMAS  BLAKENEY,  of  Feigh,  co.  Galway,  m.  Sarah,  dau.  of 
Robert  Burke,  of  Tyaquin,  co.  Galway  (she  d.  15  Feb.  1753)-  His 
will  dated  2  Oct.  1761,  proved  15  July,  1762.  He  was  bur.  27  May 
1762,  at  Tuam  Cathedral,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Edward,  of  Newman's  Street,  London,  W.,  His  B.M.  Consul 
at  Nice  1757,  Private  Secretary  to  Gen.  the  Right  Hon.  Lord 
Blakeney,  K.C.B.,  Lieut.-Governor  of  Minorca  ;    d.  unm. ;    will 
dated  15  March,  1799,  proved  29  June,  1799. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Dublin,  m.  Margaret  Wallace  (who  was  bur.  6  April, 
1795)  ;  will  dated  30  Nov.  1787.     He  d.s.p.  and  was  bur.  23  July, 
1789. 

8.  Robert,  Lieut.  27th  Regt.  of  Foot,  d.  off  the  Havannas  1764. 

4.  George,  d.  unm. 

5.  CHARLES,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  Thomas  Waldron,  of  Drumsna,  co.  Leitrim  (see 
WALDRON-HAMILTON  of  Ashfort  House). 

2.  Deborah,  m.  1750,  Andrew  Kirwan,  of  Coraghan,  co.  Galway. 

3.  Marcella,  m.  her  cousin  Simon  Blakeney,  of  Gortgariffe,  co. 
Galway  (see  above). 

4.  Jane,  m.  James  Nesbitt. 
The  5th  son, 

CHARLES  BLAKENEY,  of  Feigh,  and  Currenlarman,  co.  Galway, 
and  of  Cloneera,  co.  Roscommon,  b.  1731  ;  d.  1815  ;  m.  6  March, 
1761,  Bridget  (d.  15  Sept.  1776),  dau.  and  heir  of  Barnaby  Gunning, 
of  Hollywell,  co.  Roscommon  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  GUNNING,  ST.), 
and  left  issue, 

1.  JOHN  EDWARD,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Thomas  (Rev.),  of  Hollywell,  B.A.,T.C.D.,  Rector  of  Roscom- 
mon, d.  17  Jan.  1845  ;  m.  Aug.  1801,  Alicia,  dau.  and  heir  of  the 
Most  Rev.  William  Newcome,  D.D.,  Archbishop  of  Armagh  and 
Primate  of  Ireland  ;   they  had  issue, 

1.  Charles  William,   of    Hollywell,  co.  Roscommon,  Barrister- 
at-Law,  Judge  of  the  High  Court  of  Queensland  1836-1858, 
b.  2  Aug.  1802  ;  d.  12  Jan.  1876  ;  m.  1826,  Ellen  Frances,  dau. 
of  George  C.  Jeffreys,  of  Blarney  Castle,  co.  Cork,  and  had  issue, 

William  Theophilus,  Registrar-Gen,  for  Queenstown,  b.. 
9  Sept.  1832  ;  m.  31  March,  1853,  Eliza  Louise,  dau.  of 
Frederick  Carr,  of  Tullamore,  Inspector  Royal  Irish  Con-j 
stabulary  (she  d.  6  April,  1907).  He  d.  26  June,  1898,  and- 
had  issue. 

2.  Thomas. 

3.  Edward,  of  Sallymount,  co.  Roscommon,  b.  26  May,  1805  a 
d.  27  March,  1857,  having  m.  10  Aug.   1842,  Anne,  dau.  of| 
Dermot  Garvey,  and  had  issue, 

(1)  Edward  Thomas,  L.R.C.S.I.,  of  Roscommon,  b.  10  June,; 
1849,  and  m.  1881,  Belinda,  dau.  of  Andrew  Irwin,  of  Bally 
moe,  co.  Roscommon. 

(2)  Richard  Henry,  b.  18  Sept.  1851,  and  m.  14  Feb.  1894^ 
Henrietta  Mary,  dau.  of  Stephen  Callisson-Smith,  and  ha$> 
issue,  two  sons  and  a  dau. 

(1)  Alicia,  b.  23  Oct.  1843,  and  m.  3  June,  1863,  Henry  de  la 
Valle  Smyth,  of  Hollywell,  co.  Roscommon,  J.P.  and  R.M. 

(2)  Francis.  (3)  Anne. 

(4)  Catherine  Gunning,  b.  3  March,  1854,  and  m.  6  Nov. 
1876,  Henry  Mark  Scott,  L.R.C.S.,  M.R.C.P.I.,  of  Castle 
Hollow,  Inniscron,  co.  Sligo. 

4.  Robert,  of  3,  Fitzwilliam  Square,  Dublin,  M.A.  (T.C.I).), 
Barrister-at-Law,    b.    8    Nov.    1807;     m.    1846,    Rachel   Ana- 
Stewart,  and  had  issue. 

5.  George,  of  Moville,  co.  Donegal,  Officer  in  the  Irish  Consta  ju- 
lary,    b.    20   Aug.    1809   (will  dated    21    Aug.    1846,   proved;. 
13  Sept.  1853) 

i.  Anne.  2.  Catherine. 

3.  Robert,  of  Curraghmore,  co.  Roscommon,  M.A.,  Barnstt  r-at 
Law  1799,  b.  13  July,  1766  (will  dated  15  Feb.  1840,  proved 


5  > 


IRELAND. 


Bland. 


13  Feb.  1841)  ;  m.  Margaret,  dau.  of  Samuel  L.  Owens,  of  Dun- 
dermot,  co.  Roscommon,  High  Sheriff  for  co.  Roscommon,  and 
left  issue, 

Mary  Anne,  m.  John  H.  Mitchell,  of  Coolmeen,  co.  Roscommon. 
4.  William,  Lieut,  igth  Regt.  of  Foot,  killed  in  action  at  Kandy 
Ceylon,  15  June,  1803. 

1.  Anne,  m.  20  July,  1779,  Lieut.-Col.  the  Hon.  Richard  St.  Leger 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  DONERAILE,  VISCT.).     She  d.  July.  1809. 

2.  Bridget,  m.  1791,  Thomas  Henn,  of  Paradise,  co.  Clare  (see  thai 


ae  eldest  son, 

JOHN  EDWARD  BLAKENEY,  of  Greenhall,  co.  Roscommon,  ist  Lieut. 
I  oyal  Marine  L.I  b.  7  June,  1763  ;  d.  30  Oct.  1853  ;  m.  ist,  Frances, 
d  m.  of  Thomas  Bradley  (she  was  bur.  25  April,  1820),  and  by  her 
h  id  issue, 

1.  RICHARD,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  John,  Capt.  Russian  Hussars,  killed  at  Verdun 

8.  Thomas,  ist  Lieut.  Royal  Marine  L.I.,  sth  Oct.  1808. 

4.  Thcophilus,  b.  10  Jan.  1803. 

5.  Robert,  b.  5  June,  1805.      " 

He  m.  2ndly,  1822,  Magdalen,  dau.  of  de  Courcy,  Ireland,  and  widow 
cf  John  Purdon,  of  Low  Park,  co.  Roscommon,  and  had  a  dau., 

1.  Mary  Ann,  d.s.p. 
1  he  eldest  son, 

RICHARD  BLAKENEY,  ist  Lieut.  Royal  Marine  L.I.,  mentioned 

T  JrfP^TY63  dated  X9  Feb-  I8°9>  from  CaPt-  Sir  George  Scott, 

H.M.S      Horatio,  '  d.  26  Sept.  1849,  having  m.  21  Aug.   1816,  Susan 

Maria,  dau.  of  John  Purdon,  of  Low  Park,  co.  Roscommon    and 

had  issue, 

1.  RICHARD  PAUL,  of  whom  presently. 


.  -          *  j  "•••'•  ^>jy3  >  "••  3  j  uiic,  1030,  iviartna,  uau.  o 
Derbyshire,  J.P.,  of  Claughton,  Cheshire.     Had  issue, 

1.  Edward   Purdon,  M.A.  Camb.,  Vicar  of  Wadsley,  Yorkshire, 
b   19.  Oct.  1870  ;   m.  20  June,  1899,  Hilda  Kate,  eldest  dau.  of 
William  Ernest  Dring,  M.D.,  and  has  issue,  four  sons. 

2.  John  St.  Leger,  M.A.  Camb.,  Vicar  of  Anston,  Yorkshire, 
b.  15  Dec.  1873. 

t.  Martha  Susan,  b.  25  Dec.   1862  ;  m.  21  Dec.  1880,  Samuel 
Roberts,  of  Queen's  Tower,  Sheffield,  M.A.  Camb.,  Barrister-at- 
Law,  J.p.,  D.L.,  M.P.  for  Ecclesall,  Sheffield,  and  has  issue. 
3.  William  Purdon,  b.  1834  ',   m.  Emily,  dau.  of  Capt.  R.  Clegg. 
and  d.  2  Jan.  1879,  and  had  issue, 

William  Purdon,  b.  2  Feb.  1854,  Vicar  of  Thorpe  Salvin,  York- 
shire ;  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Dr.  Wilson,  of  Chelten- 
ham, and  has  issue, 

Leslie  St.  Leger,  b.  13  April,  1890,  Lieut.  Lanes.  Fus. 
1.  Eleanor  Maria,  m.  Rev.  William  Clementson,  M.A. 
The  eldest  son, 

RICHARD  PAUL  BLAKENEY,  D.D.  (Honoris  Causa)  Edinburgh, 
LL.D.  (Tnn.  Coll.  Dublin),  Canon  and  Prebend,  of  York,  Rector  and 
Rural  Dean  of  Bridliiigton,  Yorkshire,  b.  2  June,  1820;  d. 
31  Dec.  1884  ;  m.  ist,  1841,  Anne,  dau.  and  heir  of  Lieut.  Richard 
O  Connor,  R.N.,  and  had  issue, 

Susan,  m.  10  Oct.  1865,  Rev.  Albert  Wade,  M.A. 
Canon  Blakeney  m.  2ndly,  2  Dec.  1856,  Elizabeth,  younger  dau.  and 
co-heir  of  Robert  Bibby,  of  Liverpool,  and  had  issue 

1.  RICHARD  (Rev.),  M.A.  Oxford,  Hon.  Canon  of  Peterborough. 
Vicar  and  Rural  Dean  of  Melton  Mowbray,  b.  14  Oct.  1857 ;   m. 
16  April,  1884,  Alice,  eldest  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Henry  Unwin, 
J.P.,  of  Broom  Cross,  Sheffield. 

2.  Robert  Bibby  (Rev.),  M.A.  St.  Peter's  Coll.  Cambridge,  Rector 
of  Southport,  Lancashire,  b.   i  Feb.   1865  ;    m.   19  July,  1894, 
Constance  Eleanor,  2nd  dau.  of  Col.  Henry  Zouch  Darrah,  B.S.C. 

3.  John   Edward    Charles,    Major    3rd    Essex    Regt.,     Resident 
Northern  Nigeria,  b.  20  Dec.   1866  ;   m.  27  Feb.  1899,  Louise 
Margaret,  eld.  dau.  of  Lieut.-Col.  Lorenzo  Mosse,  67th  South 
Hants  Regt. 

4.  Herbert  de  Courcy  (Rev.),  Chaplain  London  County  Asylums, 
b.  18  Dec.  1873  J  nt.  2  Oct.  1895,  Edith  (div.  8  Feb.  1909),  dau.  of 
Thomas  Bower,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Dorothy  de  Courcy,  b.  17  Jan.  1901. 

2.  Irene  de  Courcy,  b.  24  Feb.  1902. 

1.  Elizabeth  Gunning,  6.  18  Nov.  1858,    m.  14  July,  1881,  Capt. 
Arthur  Penry  William,  R.N.,  and  d.  3  Feb.  1882. 

2.  Ellen  St.  Leger,  b.  23  Nov.  1859  ',    m.  28  July,  1887,  Rev. 
John  Howard  Deazeley,  M.A.,  Rector  of  Killybegs,  co.  Donegal. 

3.  Florence  Purdon,  b.  26  Dec.  1861  ;  d.  20  Jan.  1900. 

4.  Magdalen  Amelia  Ireland,  b.  2  Nov.  1868  :    m.  6  Jan.  1898, 
Rev.  Lancelot  Hicks  Becher,  M.A.,  Vicar  of  Banks,  Lancashire, 
and  has  issue. 

5.  Constance,  b.  8  Sept.  1870  ;    m.  8  Dec.  1896,  Maj.  Walter  de  | 
Sausmarez  Cayley,  Lieut.-Col.  comdg.  ist  Batt.  uth  Prince  of 
Wales  Own  (West  York  Regt.). 

Arms— (as  registered  Ulster's  Office,  Fun.  Entry,  1659)— Az., 
a  chevron  between   three  leopards'   faces  arg.     Crest — Out  of  a 
ducal  coronet   or,  an  arm  erect,  couped  at  the  elbow,  vested  gu. 
cuffed  arg.,  in   the  hand  a  sword  ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel  gold. 
Motto — Auxilium  meum  ab  alto  (as  registered  College  of   A.rms  to  i 
Gen.  Sir  William  Blakeney,  K.B.,  afterwards  Lord  Blakeney,   on  ; 
obtaining  a  grant  of  supporters  as  K.B.)  sable,  a  chevron  ermine 
between  threj  leopards'  faces  or.    Crest— O.it  of  clouds  proser  an 
arm  erect,  vested  azure,  the  hand  grasping  a  sword  all  ppr.  '  Motto 
--as  above. 

Seats — Abbert,  Ballyglunin,  co.  Galway  ;   Benekerry  Lodge,  cu- 
Cairlow.     Club— Kildare  Street,  Dublin. 


JLi UCISTOX-HOTJSTOUN.    See  HOUSTOTJN. 


BLAND,  late  OF  DERRIQUIN. 

JAMES  FRANKLIN 
BLAND,  late  of  Derri- 
quin Castle,  co.  Kerry, 
B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dub- 
lin, b.  1850;  m.  31 
Dec.  1873,  Agnes 
i  Margaret,  eldest  dau. 
of  Samuel  Wilson 
Block.  15.  ,Talbot 
Square,  Hyde  Park, 
London,  and  has 
issue, 

1.  FRANCIS    CHRISTOPHER 
CECIL  b.  1875. 

2.  Archibald         Franklin 
Wilson,  b.  1885. 

3.  Godfrey    Hamilton,    b. 
1889. 

1.  Agnes  Emma. 

2.  Eveleen.       3.  Ethel. 
Lineage.— This    family 

were  originally  seated  in  the  co.  of  York.  The  first  who  settled 
in  Ireland  was 

THE  VERY  REV.  JAMES  BLAND,  Archdeacon  of  Limerick,  and 
Dean  of  Ardfert.  In  a  deed  of  sale  registered  in  Wakefield,  in 
i  1717,  he  is  described  as  of  Killarney,  co.  Keny,  Ireland,  and  as 
disposing  of  his  estates  in  Sedbergh,  co.  York,  to  Richard  Willen. 
He  was  the  son  of  John  Bland,  of  Sedbergh,  as  proved  by  the  records 
of  bt.  John  s  College,  Cambridge,  where  he  was  admitted  on  3  May, 
1684.  He  went  to  Ireland  as  Chaplain  to  Lord  Deputy  Sidney, 
in  1692.  He  m.  Lucy,  dau.  of  Sir  Francis  Brewster,  Lord  Mayor 
of  Dublin  1674-75,  and  was  father  of  the  Rev.  Francis  Bland  (whose 
great-grandson,  the  VEN.  NATHANIEL  BLAND,  Archdeacon  of 
Aghadoe,  who  d.  25  Feb.  1885,  was  the  head  of  the  family)  and  of 

NATHANIEL  BLAND,  LL.D.,  Judge  of  the  Prerogative  'Court  of 
Dublin,  and  Vicar-General  of  the  Diocese  of  Ardfert  and  Aghadoe. 
He  w.  ist,  Diana,  only  dau.  and  heiress  of  Nicholas  Kemeys,  and 
had  by  her  a  son, 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir. 

He  m.  2ndly,  Lucy,  dau.  of  Francis  Heaton,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

2.  Francis,   father,  by  Catherine  Mahoney    his    wife,    of    Col. 
James  Francis  Bland,  of    Killarney,  and  of    Frances,  m.  Rev 
Robert  Hewson. 

3.  Nathaniel,  m.  Mary  Mead,  but  had  no  issue. 

4.  George,  m.  Hannah  Westropp,  but  had  no  issue. 

1.  Lucy,  m.  George  Orpen,  a  Military  Officer,  distinguished  at  Min- 
den,  4th  son  of  the  Rev.  Thomas  Orpen,  of  Killowen,  co.  Kerry. 

2.  Hester,  m.  Robert  Sinclair,  Laird  of  Freswick,  Caithness. 

3.  Dorothea,   m.  Francis  Crumpe,  and  had,  with   other  issue, 
Nathaniel  Crumpe,  of   Randalls  Park,  in  Surrey,  who  took  the 
additional  surname  of  BLAND. 

Dr.  Bland  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

THE  REV.  JAMES  BLAND,  of  Derriquin  Castle,  who  m.  ist,  Eliza- 
beth, dau.  of  Christopher  Julian  ;  and  2ndly,  Barbara,  dau.  of 
—  Nash,  by  the  former  of  whom  he  had,  with  other  issue,  a  dau., 
Letitia,  m.  Major  Nathaniel  Bland  (father  of  the  Ven.  Nathaniel 
Bland,  Archdeacon  of  Aghadoe,  who  d.  25  Feb.  1885),  and  a  son  and 
successor, 

FRANCIS  CHRISTOPHER  BLAND,  of  Derriquin  Castle,  m.  15  March, 
1798,  Lucinda,  dau.  of  Arthur  Bastable  Herbert  (eldest  son  of 
Bastable  Herbert),  of  Brewsterfield,  near  Killarney,  by  his  wife 
Barbara,  dau.  of  Maurice  FitzGerald,  Knt.  of  Kerry  (son  of  John, 
FitzGerald,  Knight  of  Kerry,  by  Hon.  Honora  O'Brien  his  wife 
dau.  of  Conor,  2nd  Viscount  Clart),  and  by  her  (who  d.  18621  had, 

1.  JAMES  FRANKLIN,  late  of  Derriquin.         2.  Arthur. 

3.  John,  d.  March,  1859.  4.  Edward. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  Frederick  Hyde. 

2.  Lucy,  m.  Capt.  Thomas  Stuart,  R.N. 

3.  Frances  Diana  (d.  23  April,  1872),  m.  1832,  Thomas  Harnett 
Fuller,  of  Glashnacree,  co.   Kerry  (see  that  family),  son  of  Capt. 
Edward    Fuller,  by  Elizabeth   his   wife,   dau.   of    Rev.    John 
Blennerhassett,    Rector  of    Tralee.      The    only    son    of    this 
marriage  is  James  Franklin  Fuller,  F.S.A<,  Fellow  of  the  Royal 
Institute  of  British  Architects. 

4.  Mary  Matilda. 

5.  Christina  Frances,  m.  Robert  Acheson  Thompson. 

6.  Clara  Dalinda,  m.  William  Allen. 
Mr.  Bland  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

JAMES  FRANKLIN  BLAND,  of  Derriquin  Castle,  J.P.,  High  Sheria 
1835,  6.  24  Jan.  1799  ;  m.  27  Dec.  1825,  Emma,  dau.  of  Joseph 
Taylor,  of  Dunkerron  Castle,  co.  Kerry,  Major  Bengal  Artillery, 
and  had  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS  CHRISTOPHER,  late  of  Derriquin. 

2.  James  Franklin,  Capt.  57th  Foot,  b.  10  Jan.  1828  ;   killed  at 
the  battle  of  Inkerman. 

1.  Alice  Phillis,  »•;.  20  Dec.  1853,  Usher  Williamson,  eldest  son 
of  the  Rev.  Benjamin  Williamson,  of  Old  Dromore,  co.  Cork. 

He  d.  6  March,  1863.     His  elder  son, 

FRANCIS  CHRISTOPHER  BLAND,  of    Derriquin  Castle,  co.  Kerry, 

J.P.,  b.  8  Oct.  i825  ;    High  Sheriff  1859  ;    s.  his  father  1863  ;   m. 

23  June,  1819,  Jane,  dau.  of  th3  R"v.  Archibald  Robert   Hamilto.i, 

of  Cork,  and  d.  5  April,  1814,  leavi  ig  issu  >, 

1.  JAMES  FRANKLIN,  his  heir,  who  sold  Derriquin. 

2.  Archibald   Robert  Hamilton,  M.D.,  m.  20  Sept.  1884,  Mary, 
widow  of  J.  W.  Jackson,  and  dau.  of  —  Harris. 


Bland. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


54 


3.  Francis  Christopher  Earle. 

4.  Richard  Townsend  Herbert,  m.  22  Dec.  1894,  Katherine  Annie 
Parr,  3rd  dau.  of  William  Monckton,  of  Portishead,  co.  Somerset, 
and  d.  28  May,  1899. 

1.  Emma  Alice.  2.  Jane  Hamilton. 

3.  Catherine  Cotter,  m.  21  July  1885,  Augustus  W.  Addinsell. 

4.  Alice  Phfflis,  m.  21  March,  1887,  R.  Wanless  Smith,  Scottish 
Rifles,  eldest  son  of  E.  J.  Smith,  of  Clonard,  co.  Dublin. 

5.  Mary  Evelyn,  m.  19  Oct.  1886,  Sir  Arthur  Henry  McMahon, 
K.C.I.E.,  C.S.I.,  Maj.  Indian  Army,  son  of  Lieut.-Gen.  C.  A. 
McMahon,  F.R.S.,  and  has  issue. 

Arms— Erm.  on  a  bend  sa.  three  pheons  or,  in  the  sinister  chief 
point  a  cinquefoil  vert  quartering  KEMEYS.  Crest — A  cock  ppr., 
charged  on  the  breast  with  a  pheon  or.  Motto— Eloquentia  sagitta. 

Residence — Hollywood,  Kenmare. 


BLAND    OF    BLANDSFORT. 

HUMPHREY  LOFTUS 
BLAND,  of  Blandsfort, 
Queen's  Co.,  High  Sheriff 
of  Co.  Wicklow,  1905, 
and  Queen's  Co.,  1912, 
J.P..D.L.,  lateLieut.  5th 
Fus.,  b.  9  April,  1869  ; 
5.  his  father  3  Dec.  1908  ; 
m.  1 6  May,  1900,  Muriel 
Elsie,  dau.  of  the  late 
John  Scott,  of  Elmstead 
Grange,  Chislehurst,  and 
has  issue, 

WILLIAM,  b.  8  Aug.  1901. 

Alice  Mary. 

liineag-e.  —  COL.       JOHN 

BLAND  purchased  land  in  Queen's  Co.  1699,  and  built  Blandsfort. 
which  was  finished  in  1715.  He  had  two  brothers,  Humphrey  and 
William,  and  three  sisters  :  i.  Frances,  m. — Lawless  ;  2.  Anna,  a. 
unm. ;  3.  Elizabeth,  d.  unm.  By  his  will,  dated  14  June,  1728,  he 
devised  Blandsfort  to  his  brother  Humphrey  and  his  heirs,  and 
in  default  to  his  brother  William  and  the  heir  of  his  body  lawfully 
begotten.  He  d.s.p.  1728,  and  was  accordingly  s.  by  his  brother, 

GEN.  HUMPHREY  BLAND,  of  Blandsfort,  Queen's  Co.,  Quarter- 
master-General 1742,  Maj.-Gen.  at  Culloden,  Gov.  of  Gibraltar 
1749,  and  Com. -in-Chief,  Scotland,  1752-63,  Col.  ist  Dragoon 
Guards,  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Lord  Stair,  but  d.s.p.  8  May,  1763, 
and  was  s.  by  his  nephew,  JOHN,  son  of  his  brother, 

CAPT.  WILLIAM  BLAND,  Capt.  8th  Dragoons,  m.  ist  (setts,  dated 
14  Sept.  1720),  Elizabeth  Jones,  alias  Horseman,  dau.  of  William 
Cock,  and  by  her  had  a  son, 

1.  JOHN,  of  Blandsfort. 

He  m.  2ndly  (setts,  dated  8  Nov.  1732,  lie.  28  Nov.  1732),  Letitia, 
dau.  of  Col.  Hercules  Davis,  of  the  Battle-Axe  Guards,  and  d. 
1746,  having  by  her  had  issue, 

2.  Humphry,  Capt.  62nd  Regt.,  m.  1763,  Mary,  dau.  of  Edward 
Matthews,  and  d.  1788,  having  had  issue, 


I.  Sarah  Elizabeth. 


2.  Dorcas  Letitia. 


3.  Jane  Wilson,  m.  July,  1775,  Thomas  Sinclaire,  of  Belfast, 
and  had  issue  a  dau. 

3.  Thomas,  General  in  the  Army,  Col.  of  the  sth  or  Eland's 
Dragoons,  d.s.p.  1816. 

4.  Neville,  Capt.  in  the  Army,  m.  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Smith,  of 
Colbarey,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.  1789,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Humphry    Dalrymple,    Lieut.-Col.    47th    Regt.,    m.    June, 
1793,  Mary  Graham,  and  had  a  dau., 

Ellen,  m.  —  Easton. 

2.  Loftus  Otway,  Post  Capt.  R.N.,  was  promoted  to  that  rank 
for  the  capture  of  the  "  Liguria  "  7  Aug.  1798  (see  JAMES'S 
Naval  History),  m.  Sarah,  dau.  of  Samuel  Foote,  of  Demerara, 
and  widow  of  —  Ashbourner,  and  had  issue, 

(i)  Neville  Loftus,  of  Bath. 

(1)  Sarah   Otway,   m.   Charles   Clarke,   of   Graigneroe,   co. 
Tipperary,  and  had  issue  (see  that  family). 

(2)  Elizabeth,  m.  Charles  Mansergh,  of  Clifford,  co.  Cork. 

3.  William. 

i.  Margaret,  m.  —  Cole. 

JOHN  BLAND,  of  Blandsfort,  b.  1723,  s.  h's  uncle  General 
Humphrey,  m.  1763,  Sarah,  dau.  of  Charles  Birch,  of  Birchgrove, 
co.  Wexford,  and  d.  1790,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  Robert,  Capt.  72nd  Regt.  3.  William. 

1.  Elizabeth,    m.    J.    Crawford,    of    Balintober,    Nenagh,    co. 
Tipperary. 

2.  Anne,  m.  George  Pringle,  of  Stradbally. 

3.  Catherine. 

4.  Hannah,  m.  —  Nugert. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLAND,  of  Blandsfort,  Ensign  isth  Regt.,  m.  1790, 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Robert  Birch,  M.P.,  of  Turvey,  co.  Dublin, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  1836)  left  at  his  decease  1810,  three  sons  and 
three  daus.,  viz., 

1.  JOHN  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

2.  Robert  Wintringham  (Rev.),  of  Abbeyville,  co.  Antrim,  J.P., 


b.  21  Feb.  1794  ;  m.  14  July,  1826,  Alicia,  3rd  dau.  of  the  Rev. 
Edward  Evans,  of  Gortmerron,  Dungannon,  co.  Tyrone.  She  d. 
10  Oct.  1879.  He  d.  21  Dec.  1880,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN  HUMPHRY,   of  Fernagh,   Whiteabbey,  co.  Antrim,  b. 
20  May,  1828  ;    m.  30  Oct.  1867,  Emily  Charlotte  (d.  27  Dec. 
1906),  dau.  of  Rev.  Wyndham  Carlyon  Madden,  of  Berg  Apton, 
Norfolk,  and  has  issue 

(i)  Robert  Wyndham  Humphry  Maciel,  b.  27  Jan.  1872. 

(1)  Eva  Charlotte  Alice,   b.   10   Nov.   1868  ;    m.   30   Nov. 
1911,   George   Lucas    Blackley   Borton,    elder  son   of   late 
Capt.  Henry  Borton,  R.H.A. 

(2)  Lilian  Emily,  b.  28  Sept.  1878  ;    m.  her  cousin  3  Oct. 
1911,  Charles  Loftus  Bland,  late  R.A.  (see  below). 

2.  Edward  Loftus,  Maj.-Gen.  late  R.E.,  of  White  Abbey,  co. 
Antrim,  b.  10  Dec.  1829 ;  m.  4  Jan.  1859,  Emma  Frances,  dau. 
of  Robert  Fergusson  Franks,  of  Jerpoint,  co.  Kilkenny,  and  by 
her  (who  d.   7  July,  1894)  has  issue, 

(1)  Robert  Norman,  C.M.G.,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Res. 
Councillor,    Penang,    1907-10    (White   Abbey,  co.    Antrim), 
b.  8  Oct.  1859  ;  m.  18  Sept.  1895,  Laura,  dau.  of  late  Thomas 
Shelford,  C.M.G.,  of  Singapore   and   Hythe,  Kent,  and  has 
had  issue, 

1.  Thomas  Edward,  b.  24  Feb.  1903. 

2.  Robert  Lawrence  St  Colum,  b.  1905  ;  d.  26  Jan.  1907. 
i.  A  dau. 

(2)  John   Otway   Percy   (The   Clock   House,   Shepperton-on- 
Thames),  b.  15  Nov.  1863  ;    m.  29  Nov.  1889,  Louisa,  dau. 
of  William  Dearborn,  of  San  Francisco. 

(3)  Edward  Humphrey,  Lieut.-Col.  R.E.,  b.  3  May,  1866; 
m.  7  April,  i894,lBertha  Mary,  3rd  dau.  of  J.  Fletcher  Moore, 
D.L.,  of  Manor  Kilbride,   co.   Dublin    (see  that  family),   and 
has  issue, 

i.  Humphry  Otway  Carleton,  b.  8  July,  1901. 

1.  Angela  Doreen  Loftus,  b.  5  April,  1898. 

2.  Vivienne  Rosalie,  twin  with  her  brother. 

(4)  William  St.  Colum,  Maj.  R.A.,  b.  6  June,  1868  ;    m.  5 
Sept.  1903,  Kathleen,  youngest  dau.  of  the  late  Edward  D. 
S.  Ogilvie,  of  Yulgibbar,  N.S.  Wales,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Kathleen  Frances  Theodosia,  b.  19  Sept.  1904. 

2.  Margaret  Alice,  b.  12  July,  1907. 

(5)  Thomas  Dundas,  b.  7  Jan.  1876,  murdered  in  Corea  15 
Aug.  1900. 

(6)  Charles  Loftus,  Lieut,  late  R.A.  (Quatsino,  Vancouver 
Island),  b.  24  Oct.  1881  ;    m.  3  Oct.  1911,  his  cousin,  Lilian 
Emily,  younger  dau.  of  John  Humphry  Bland,  of  Fernagh 
(see  above). 

(1)  Mary. 

(2)  Alice  Rosalie  Henrietta,  m.  Sept.   1899,  Capt.  Arthur 
Desborough,  R.A.  (3)  Sydney  Frances  Josephine. 

3.  Robert  Henry,  J.P.,  b.  4  Oct.  1834  ;    m.  Caroline,  dau.  of 
Charles  H.  Croker,  of  Montevideo. 

1.  Marianne  Sinclaire,  m.  Aug.  1855,  Maj.-Gen.  Conolly  McCaus- 
land,  R.E.,  and  left  issue  two  daus. 

2.  Sarah   Maria,  m.    15   Dec.  1857,  Gen.  W.  J.  Smythe,  R.A., 
F.R.S.,  who  d.  1887. 

3.  Alice  Louisa  Jane,  m.  2  Oct.  1871,  Edward   Lawrenson,  of 
Nurney,  co.   Kildare,  and  Sutton  House,  Howth,  co.  Dublin, 
and  d.  March,  1900,  leaving  issue. 

3.  Charles  Humphry,  R.N.,  lost  in  the  wreck  of  the  St.  George 
off  coast  of  Denmark,  Dec.  1811,  aged  16. 

4.  LOFTUS  HENRY,  late  of  Blandsfort. 

1.  Catherine  Jane,  m.  ist,  Capt.  Richard  Croker,  R.N.,  of  Thorn- 
bury,  Queen's  Co.,  and  had  issue  ;  and  zndly,  Rev.  Thomas  Frere 
Bowerbank,  Vicar  of  Chiswick,  Middlesex,  who  d.s.p.  1867. 

2.  Sarah  Annie,  d.  unm.  1823. 

3.  Georgina  Elizabeth,  m.  James  Franck  Rolleston,  of  Franckfort 
Castle,  King's  Co.,  and  had  issue  (see  that  faintly). 

The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  THOMAS  BLAND,  of  Blandsfort  .Cornet  4th  Q.O.  Dragoons, 
m.  Margaret  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  J9hn  Bond,  of  Bath,  and  dying 
s.p.s.  1849,  devised  Blandsfort  to  his  brother, 

LOFTUS  HENRY  BLAND,  of  Blandsfort,  M.A.,  Q.C.,  M.P.  for  the 
King's  Co.,  b.  Aug.  1805  ;  m.  ist,  20  Aug.  1840,  Charlotte  Elizabeth, 
2nd  dau.  of  Gen.  the  Hon.  Arthur  Grove  Annesley,  of  Ann's  Grove,! 
co.  Cork,  and  by  her  (who  d.  26  March,  1842)  had  a  son, 

1.  JOHN  LOFTUS,  late  of  Blandsfort. 

He  m.  2ndly,  2  Dec.  1843,  Annie  Jane,  eldest  dau.  of  the  late  John 
Prendergast  Hackett,  of  Stratford  Place,  London,  and  by  her  (who>A 
d.  17  Jan.  1904)  had  issue, 

2.  Thomas  Dalrymple,  Lieut.  4th  Hussars,  b.  9  June,  1846 ;  d.  1869^ 

1.  Elizabeth  Emily,  m.  March,  1878,  the  Very  Rev.  Dean  War- 
burton.     He  d.s.p.   3   May,   1900.     She  d.   21   July,   1901   (seM 
WARBURTON  of  Garry hinch). 

2.  Annie  Sophia  Alicia. 

Mr.  Loftus  Bland,  M.P.  for  King's  Co.  1852-59,  was  appointed 
Chairman  of  Quarter  Sessions,  co.  Cavan,  1862.  He  d.  21  Jan.  1872. 
The  elder  son, 

JOHN  LOFTUS  BLAND,  of  Blandsfort,  Queen's  Co.,  J.P.,  D.L., 
b.  2  June,  1841  ;  s.  his  father  21  Jan.  1872,  late  Capt.  6th  Inniskilling 
Dragoons  ;  m.  ist,  2  July,  1868,  Alice,  2nd  dau.  of  George  Hotham, 
late  Capt.  R.E.  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  HOTHAM,  B.),  and  by  her  (who 
d.  31  Jan.  1898)  had 

HUMPHREY  LOFTUS,  now  of  Blandsfort. 

Mr.  J.  L.  Bland  m.  2ndly,  27  July,  1899,  Georgiana  Augusta,  dau.  ofJ 
George  White  West,  of  Ardenode,  co.  Kildare  (see  WEST  of  Whitt*. 
Park),  and  d.  3  Dec.  1908. 

Arms — Arg.,  on  a  bend  sa.,  three  pheons  or,  in  the  sinister  chi.ef 
point  a  crescent  gu.  Crest — Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  a  lion's  head 
ppr.,  charged  with  a  crescent  gu.  Motto— Quo  fata  vocant. 

Seat— Blandsfort,  Abbeyleix.     ttub— Kildare  Street,  Dubl  th.    ' 


IRELAND. 


Blennerhassett 


BLENNERHASSETT     OF    BALLYSEEDY. 

ARTHUR  BLENNER- 
IASSETT,  of  Bally- 
eecly,  co.  Kerry,  J.P. 
md  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1878,  late  Major  4th 
Batt.  R.  Munster 
Fusiliers,  b.  26  June, 
1856 ;  s<  his  father 
1859  ;  m.  6  June, 
1882,  Clara  Nesta 
Richarda,  only  dau. 
of  Desmond  John 
Edmund  FitzGerald, 
THE  KNIGHT  OF  GLIN, 
and  has, 

1.  Nesta  Georgie. 

2.  HUda.        3.  Vera. 
Lineage. — This     family, 

which  is  of  English  origin, 
settled  in  Ireland,  temp. 
Queen  ELIZABETH,  about 

1580,  and  has,  since  that  period,  maintained  the  highest  rank 
amongst  the  gentry  of  the  co.  Kerry,  where  the  first  settler,  THOMAS 
BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Flimby,  co.  Cumberland,  M.P.  for  Carlisle 
1584-5,  with  his  son,  ROBERT,  obtained  grants  of  lands  in  co. 
Kerry.  This 

ROBERT  BLENNERHASSETT  was  M.P.  for  Tralee  1613,  and  til  1 
Provost  of  the  town.  He  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Jenkin  Conway, 
and  had  (with  a  dau.,  Elizabeth,  m.  Capt.  George  Norton,  of 
Moyagh  Castle,  co.  Clare)  three  sons, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  Edward,   High  Sheriff  co.   Kerry   1642,  m.   Mary,   dau.  of 
Edward  Vauclier. 

3.  Arthur,  m.  Mary  FitzGerald,  of  Ballynard,  and  was  ancestor 
of  BLENNERHASSETT  of  Riddlestown. 

The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Ballyseedy,  M.P.  Kerry,  High  Sheriff 
co.  Kerry  1641,  m.  Martha,  dau.  of  George  Lynn,  of  Southwick 
Hall,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  Robert,  High   Sheriff    co.  Kerry  1622,  M.P.  Tralee  1634  ',   m. 
Avice,  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Jenkin  Conway,  of   Killorglin,   co. 
"erry,  and  was  ancestor  of  BLENNERHASSETT,  Bart,  of  Blenner- 
ville,  and  of  BLENNERHASSETT  of  Kells,  co.  Kerry. 

3.  Thomas,  m.  Ellen  Stoughton. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Capt.  Thomas  Wren,  of  Litter. 

2.  Alice,  m.  Edmund  Conway. 

3.  Lucy,  m.  Lieut.  John  Walker. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Ballyseedy,  M.P.  for  co.  Kerry, 
High  Sheriff  1658  ;  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Denny,  Knt. 
of  Tralee  Castle,  and  Ruth,  his  wife,  eldest  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas 
Roper,  Viscount  Ballinglass,  by  whom  (who  was  b.  25  Feb.  1635) 
he  .had  issue, 

1.  Arthur,  m.  a  dau.  of  Sir  Boyle  Maynard,  Knt.  of  Curryglass, 
and  d.  at  Tralee  Castle,  7  Jan.  1686. 

2.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Ruth,  m.  ist,  Thomas  Browne,  and  2ndly,  Thomas  Blenner- 
hassett, of  Riddlestown. 
The  2nd  son, 

JOHN  BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Ballyseedy,  M.P.  for  co.  Kerry,  m. 
Margaret,  dau.  of  Crosbie,  of  Tubrid,  and  had  (with  a  dau.,  Agnes, 
m.  Robert  Rogers,  of  Ashgrove,  co.  Cork)  five  sons, 
1.  JOHN,  his  heir.  2.  Arthur,  d.s.p. 

3.  Thomas,  m.  Avice  Spring,  and  had  issue. 

4.  Pierce,  d.s.p. 

5.  William,  of  Elm  Grove,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Alderman  John 
Morley,  Mayor  of  Cork  1718,  and  had  issue, 

WILLIAM,  who  s.  to  the  estates. 

Agnes,  m.  Sir  William  Godfrey,  ist  bart.  of  Bushfield. 
Mr.  Blennerhassett  d.  1709,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

>;OHN   BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Ballyseedy,  M.P.   for  Tralee   1709, 
High  Sheriff  co.  Kerry  1717  ;   m.  Jane,  dau.  of  Edward  Denny,  co. 
Tralee,  and  had  issue, 
1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 


Kerry  1761  ;   m.  1765,  Catherine,  eldest  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Noble 
Johnson,  and  had  two  sons  and  three  daus., 
1.  JOHN,  his  heir.  2.  ARTHUR,  who  s.  his  brother. 

1.  Catherine,  m.  ist,  John  Gustavus  Crosbie,  and  2ndly,  George 
Rowan,  of  Rathanny,  co.  Limerick. 

2.  Frances,  m.  ist,  Anthony  Denny,  and  2ndly,  Col.  Sir  George 
Morris. 

3.  Mary,  m.  Nevinson  de  Courcy,  Capt.  R.N. 

Mr.  Blennerhassett,  whose  will  is  dated  19  Jan.  1797,  was  s.  by  his 
eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Ballyseedy,  M.P.  co.  Kerry  1794  ; 
d.  unm.,  and  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

ARTHUR  BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Ballyseedy,  High  Sheriff  co.  Kerry 
1821  ;  m.  Dorcas,  dau.  of  Geoige  Twiss,  of  Anna,  co.  Kerry,  by 
Honora  his  wife,  dau.  of  William  Meredith,  of  Dicksgrove,  and  had 
issue, 

1.  ARTHUR,  his  heir. 

2.  William  (Rev.),  Vicar  of  Iwerne  Minster,  Dorset,  m.  Emma 
Sophia  Houssemayne,  eldest  dau.  of  F.  Houssemayne  du  Boulay, 
and  has  issue,    i.  John,  d.  unm.  ;     2.  William,  of  Netley  Firs, 
Hants,    m.  26  May,  1904,  Isabella  Sara,  2nd  dau.  of  the  late 
Maxwell  Ancketill  of    Leatherhead,  Surrey  (see  ANCKETILL  of 
AncketUl's   Grove);      3.  Arthur,   Capt.    R.N. ;     4.  Francis,     i. 
Marianne;  2.  Emma  Sophia  ;  3.  Agnes. 

3.  John  (Rev.),  M.A.    Rector  of    Ryme  Intrinsica,  Dorset,  m. 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  F.  Houssemayne  du  Boulay,  of  Forest  House, 
Essex,  and  had  four  daus., 

r.  Georgina,  m.  28  April,  1864,  Sir  Augustus  Riversdale  Warren, 
5th  bart.  of  Warren's  Court,  and  d.  1893,  having  had  issue  (set 
BURKE'S  Peerage). 

2.  Geraldine    de    Courcy,  m.   10  Aug.  1869,  William  George 
Digby  Wingfield  Digby  (see  WINGFIELD-DIGBY  of  Sherborne). 

3.  Bessie  Houssemayne,  m.  31  Oct.  1867,  Charles  Mark  Allanson, 
4th  Lord  Headley,  and  has  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage}. 

4.  Ada,  m.  —  Chapman. 

4.  Crosbie,  d.s.p.  5.  Thomas,  of  Shannavalla. 
6.  Barry,  Lieut.-Col.  7ist  Regt.,  d.s.p. 

1.  Nevinson  de  Courcy,  R.N.,  d.  unm. 

1.  Georgina,  m.  her  cousin  Edward  Denny. 

2.  Margaret,  d.  unm. 
The  eldest  son, 

ARTHUR  BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Ballyseedy,  High  Sheriff  1821, 
and  M.P.  for  Deny  1836  ;  m.  Frances  Deane,  dau.  of  Henry  Deane 
Grady,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1834)  had  issue, 

1.  HENRY  DEANE,  his  heir. 

2.  CHARLES  JOHN  ALLANSON  WINN,  successor  to  his  brother, 

1.  Dorcas,  m.  Robert  Conway  Hurly,  and  d.s.p. 

2.  Amelia,  m.  Hon.  Chichester  Skeffington,  and  d.  3  Aug.  1887. 

3.  Ada,  m.  Standish,  3rd  Viscount  Guillamore,  and  d.  1867. 

4.  Frances  Annabella,  m.  6  Dec.  1859,  Sir  John  Richard  Wolseley, 
6th  bart.  of  Mount  Wolseley,  who  d.  20  June,  1874,  leaving  issue 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage).    She  d.  30  May,  1907. 

Mr.  Blennerhassett  d.  1843,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

HENRY  DEANE  BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Ballyseedy,  who  d.  unm., 
and  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

CHARLES  JOHN  ALLANSON  WINN  BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Bally- 
seedy, J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1858,  b.  1830  ;  m.  26  Sept.  1855,  Marianne, 
4th  dau.  of  John  Hickson,  of  the  Grove,  Dingle,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  by 
Barbara  his  wife,  dau.  of  John  Mahony,  of  Dromore,  and  by  her 
(who  m.  2ndly,  1862,  William  Walker,  and  son  of  Richard  Walker, 
M.P.)  he  left  at  his  decease,  9  Dec.  1859,  a  son  and  successor,  the 
present  ARTHUR  BLENNERHASSETT,  and  a  dau.,  Barbara  Georgina, 
d.  unm.  Jan.  1867. 

Arms — Gu.,  a  chevron  erm.,  between  three  dolphins,  embowed, 
arg.  Crest— A  wolf  sejant,  ppr.  Motto— Fortes  fortuna  juvat. 

Seat — Ballyseedy  House,  near  Traleo.  Clubs — Kildare  Street, 
Royal  St.  George's  Yacht  Club. 


BLENNERHASSETT    OF    KELLS. 

ROWLAND  PONSONBY  BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Kelis, 
co.  Kerry,  J.P.,  K.C.,  M.P,  for  Kerry  1872-85, 
6.  22  July,  1850;  m.  21  Sept.  1876,  Mary  Beatrice, 
3rd  dau.  of  the  late  Walter  Armstrong,  of  Ennis- 
moie  Gardens,  S.W.,  and  has  issue, 

RICHARD  FRANCIS  PONSONBY,  b.  29  June,  1879. 
Mr.     Blennerhassett   is   the    only   son   of   the   late 


2.  Arthur,  b.  1709';  m.  Jane,  dau.  of  Monsieur  Girardot,  and  Richard  Francis  Blennerhassett,  of  Kells,  who  d.v.pt 

1 6  Feb.  1854  (by  Honoria  his  wife,  who  d.  1884, 
dau.  of  William  Carrique  Ponsonby  of  Crotto),  and 
grandson  of  Rowland  Blennerhassett,  of  Kells, 
who  d.  12  April,  1854,  4th  son  of  Sir  Rowland 
Blennerhassett,  ist  bart.,  who  d.  14  March,  1821. 

Lineage. — See  BURKE'S  Peerage,  BLENNERHASSETT,  Bart. 

Arms — Gu.,  a  chevron  erm.,  between  three  dolphins,  embowed 
arg.  Crest— A  wolf  sejant,  ppr.  Motto— Fortes  fortuna  juvat. 

Seat— Kells,  co.  Kerry.  Town  Residence— 52,  Hans  Pkce,  S.W. 
Clubs — Brooks's  and  St.  James's. 


widow  of  Col.  Hamilton,  and  had  two  daus.,  co-heirs, 

1.  Jane,  m.  23  J 

2.  Juliana,  m.  i 
(see  that  family). ' 

1.  Agnes,  b.  1722  ;   m.  Sir  Thomas  Denny,  Knt.  of  Tralee. 

2.  Arabella,  b.  1726  ;   m.  ist,  Richard  Ponsonby,  of  Crotto,  and  ; 
2ndly,  Arthur  Blennerhassett.  3.  Letitia,  d.s.p. 

4.  Mary,  m.  Launcelot  Crosbie,  of  Tubrid. 
The  eldest  son, 

TOHN  BLENNERHASSETT,  of  Ballyseedy,  b.  1715,  High  Sheriff  co. 
Kerry  1740  ;  m.  ist,  Ann,  dau.  of  William  Crosbie,  of  Tubrid,  and 
widow  of  John  Leslie,  by  whom  he  had  no  issue  ;  and  2ndly,  Frances, 
dau.  of  Edward  Herbert,  of  Kilcow,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

1.  John,  d.  unm.  v.p.  2.  Arthur,  d.  unm.  v.p. 

1.  Frances,  m.  1782,  Rev.  Jemmett  Browne,  of  Riverstown,  co.Cork.  i 
Mr.  Blennerhassett  dying  thus  without  surviving  male  issue,  the 

r  tailed  estates  devolved  on  his  cousin, 
WILLIAM    BLENNERHASSETT,    of    Ballyseedy,    High    Sheriff     co.  i 


BLENNERHASSETT.     See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE, 
BLENNERHASSETT,  Bart. 


Bligh. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


BLIGH     OF     BRITTAS. 

CAPT.  FREDERICK 
ARTHUR  BLIGH,  of 
Brittas,  Nobber,  co. 
Meath,  J.P.,  High 
Sheriff  1904,  lateCapt. 
R.A.,  b.  3  July.  1861  ; 
m.  22  June  1898, 
Mary  Wentworth,  2nd 
dau.  of  Lieut.  -Gen. 
Wentworth  Forbes, 
and  has  issue, 

Gwendolen  Mary,  b.  19  Jan. 

1905. 

Lineage.  —  JOHN  BLIGH, 
of  Rathmore,  co.  Meath,  M.P. 
for  Rathmore  1660,  Com- 
missioner of  Inland  Excise 
1665,  went  to  Ireland  as 
Agent  of  the  Adventurers 
for  the  forfeited  estates  in 
1641  (3rd  son  of  William 
Bligh,  of  Plymouth),  bapt. 
22  Feb.  1616-17,  m.  Cathe- 
rine sister  of  William  Fuller, 
Bishop  of  Lincoln.  She  d.  before  8  Dec.  1669.  He  d.  3  Nov.  1666, 
leaving  an  only  son, 

THE  RIGHT  HON.  THOMAS  BLIGH,  P.C.,  of  Rathmore,  co.  Meath, 
M.P.  1704,  b.  1654;  m.  9  Dec.  1682,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Col.  James 
Naper,  of  Loughcrew,  co.  Meath.  She  d.  21  March,  1736-7.  Herf. 
28  Aug.  1710,  having  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  created  EARL  OF  PARNLEY  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

2.  Thomas,  of  Brittas,  Lieut-Gen,  in  the  Army,  M.P.  for  Athboy 
1715,  b.  14  Aug.  1693  ;  m.  ist,  19  Aug.  1737,  Elizabeth,  sister  of 
William  Bury,  of  Shannon  Grove,  co.  Limerick.     She  d.  23  March, 
1759.      He  m.  2ndly,  Oct.  1760,  Frances,  sister  of  Theophilus 
Jones.     He  d.s.p.  Aug.  1775.         3.  ROBERT,  of  whom  presently. 

The  youngest  son, 

THE  VERY  REV.  ROBERT  BLIGH,  Dean  of  Elphin,  m.  ist,  July, 
1742,  Catherine  Elliot,  widow  of  Charles  Boyle,  of  Arraghlin 
Bridge,  co.  Cork.  She  d.  15  Jan.  1757.  He  m.  2ndly,  18  March, 
1759,  the  dau.  of  —  Winthrop,  of  London,  and  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS  CHERBURGH,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Robert,  d.s.p. 

1.  Frances  Theodosia,  m.  5  Feb.  1788,  Robert,  and  Earl  of  Roden, 
K.P.     He  d.  29  June,  1840.     She  d.  22  May,  1802,  leaving  issue. 

2.  Katherine,  m.  20  Dec.  1798,  Hon.  Hugh  Howard,  who  d.  3 
Nov.  1840,  leaving  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WICKLOW,  E.). 

The  elder  son, 

THOMAS  CHERBURGH  Bi  IGH,  of  Brittas,  m.  3  Nov.  1790,  his  cousin, 
Lady  Theodosia  Bligh,  dau.  of  John,  3rd  Earl  of  Darnley.  She  d. 
21  Jan.  1840.  He  d.  17  Sept.  1830,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Thomas,  Capt.  Coldstream  Guards,  m.  Helena,  dau.  of  Col. 
Thomas  Paterson,  and  d.v.p.s.p.     She  m.  2ndly,  10  Nov.  1828, 
William,  4th  Earl  of  Mornington.     He  d.  i  July,  1857.     She  d. 
7  April,  1869,  leaving  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WELLINGTON, 

2.  EDWARD,  of  Brittas. 

3.  Charles,  b.  15  Dec.  1808,  m.  17  July,  1837,  Fanny  Catherine, 
dau.  of  Sir  William  George  Parker,  Bart.     She  d.  7  Jan.  1804. 
He  d.  1892,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Charles  Francis,  b.  i  June,  1846;  d.  20  Jan.  1872. 

2.  William  George. 

1.  Elizabeth. 

2.  Sophia  Henrietta,  m.  23  May,  1866,  John  Gillett  Livesay, 
and  has  issue. 

3.  Emily  Rose,  m.  i   May,    1878,    Robert   Vesey   Stoney,  of 
Rosturk  Castle,  co.  Mayo. 

4.  Georgina  Theodosia,  dec. 

1.  Frances,  m.  23  March,  1830,  George  Vicessimus  Wigram,  who 

**'&•  *  ian>  l879'  2-  Sarah-  d-  unm- 

3.  Elizabeth,  m.  ist,  1828,  John  Cumin-,  Barri?ter-at-Law,  who 
i'.,1  A^8t1,831'  Ieavin8  issue  an  only  dau.  (Elizabeth,  m.  1850, 
Edward  Foley);  and  andly,  10  May,  1838,  John  Fountain  Elwin 
i<.K.C.P.,  and  by  him  had  issue, 
The  eldest  surviving  son, 


EDWARD  BLIGH,  of  Brittas,  J.P.  and  D.L.,     .  .          , 

Sophia,  dau.  of  Charles  Eversfield,  of  Denne  Park,  Sussex    and  d 


b.   1779  ;    «. 

,         .  se,  o       enne     ar 

ii  April,  1872,  having  had  issue  a  son  and  a  dau., 

FREDERICK  CHERBURGH,  of  Brittas. 

Theodosia  m  1850,  her  cousin.  Edward  Tredcroft.  of  Horsham 

Sussex,  and  had  issue. 
The  only  son, 

FREDERICK  CHERBURGH  BLIGH,  of  Brittas,  J.P.  co.  Meath  Mai 
4ist  Re.|t.,  6.  23  April,  1829;  ™-  14  Sept.  1858,  Emily  Matilda, 
dau.  of  Hmton  East,  and  d.  30  Nov.  1901,  having  by  her  had  issue 

1.  .FREDERICK  ARTHUR,  now  of  Brittas. 

1.  Eva  Sophia.  2.  Ada  Theodosia.  3.  Eldina  Mary. 

Arms  —  Az.  a  griffin  segreant  or  armed  and  langued  gu.  between 
three  crescents  arg.  Crest—  A  griffin's  head  erased  or.  Motto— 
Finem  respice. 

Seat—  Brittas,  Nobber,  co.  Meath. 


BLOOD,    LATE    OF    CBANAGHEB. 

GEN.  SIR 
BINDON  BLOOD, 
G.C.B.,  lately 
of  Cranagher,  co. 
Clare,  commanded 
the  Forces  in  the 
Punjab  from  1901 
to  1906,  b.  7  Nov. 
1842  ;  m.  12  July, 
1883,  Charlott  e 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Sir  Auckland 
Colvin,  K.C.S.I., 
&c.,  and  has  had 
issue, 

1.  Bindon      Auckland 

William,   b.  April,  d. 

May,  1888. 

1.  Mary  Meta,  b.  July, 
1884;  d.  i  May,  1898. 

2.  Charlotte  Carissima, 


m.  14  Sept.  1910,  Capt.  Richard  Hugh  Royds   Brocklebank,  gth 

Queen's  Royal  Lancers. 
Sir  Bindon  served  in  the  Jowaki  Exped.  1877,  in 
the  Zulu  War  1879,  in  the  Afghan  War  1879-80,  in 
the  Egyptian  Exped.  1882,  in  Chitral  1895,  m 
command  of  Malakand  and  Buner  Field  Forces 
1897-98,  and  in  the  S.  African  War  1901. 

Lineage. — EDMUND  BLOOD,  of  Kilnaboy  Castle  and  Boher- 
sallagh, co.  Clare,  an  officer  in  the  Army,  went  to  Ireland  about 
1595.  He  was  M.P.  for  Ennis  1613.  He  left  issue, 

1.  NEPTUNE,  of  whom  presently.  2.  Edmund. 

3.  Thomas,  who  left  issue,  a  son,  Col.  Thomas  Blood,  of  Sarney, 
co.  Meath,  who  attempted  to  carry  off  the  Crown  jewels.      His 
estate  in  Ireland  was  forfeited,  but  he  had  a  pardon  and  pen- 
sion from  the  king,  dated  8  Aug.  1671.  He  m.  i  June,  1650,  Mary, 
dau.  of  Lieut.-Col.    John    Holcroft,  of  Holcroft,  co.   Lancaster. 
He  d.  24  Aug.  1680 1  leaving  issue, 

1.  Thomas,  bapt.  30  March,  1651  ;   m.  Miss  Delafaye  or  Dela- 
haye,  and  d.v.p.,  leaving  a  son, 

Edmund,  Capt.    in  the  Army,  of  Albany,  North   America, 
where  he  was  living  with  his  wife  and  family  in  1734. 

2.  William,  d.s.p. 

3.  Holcroft,  Major-Gen.,  Clerk  of  the  Crown  and  Peace  co. 
Clare  1676,  served  in  the  fleet  during  war  with  Holland  1672- 
3  ;   afterwards  cadet  in  Louis  XIV's  Guards,  Capt.  of  Pioneers 
in  JAMES  II 's  Army,  present  at  Athlone  and  Limerick,  wounded 
at  the  siege  of  Cavan,  distinguished  himself  as  chief  engineer 
at   the  siege  of  Venloo,   commanded  Artillery  at   Blenheim 
and  Ramilies  under  Marlborough,  d.  30  Aug.  1707,  aged  50  ; 
rn.  Elizabeth  (will  dated  8  Feb.  1721-2,  pr.  in  London  23  Dec. 
1725). 

4.  Edmund,  Purser  of  H.M.S.  "  Jersey,"  d.  1679. 

5.  Charles. 

1.  Mary, »».  —  Corbett. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  Edward  Everard. 

4.  William,  of  Dunboyne,  co.  Meatb  ;  m.  Margery  Row,  and  left 
issue. 

The  eldest  son, 

REV.  NEPTUNE  BLOOD,  D.D.,  b.  about  1595  (so  called  because  he 
was  born  at  sea),  ordained  Priest  18  March,  1622-3,  Dean  of 
Kilfenora  and  Prebendary  of  Rath  27  Jan.  1663,  J.P.,  and  Vicar- 
Gen,  of  the  diocese  of  Kilfenora,  27  April,  1676.  He  is  said  to 
have  m.  three  times.  One  of  his  wives  was  Elizabeth,  eldest  dau. 
of  Higgat  Lone,  Dean  of  Kilfenora.  He  left  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

2.  Edmond,   from  whom   the   BLOODS  of  Brickhill,   co.   Clare, 
are  descended. 

3.  Peregrine,    of    Knocknareeha,    co.    Clare,    Commissioner    for 
collecting  poll  tax  1695. 

4.  Neptune  (Rev.),  Dean  of  Kilfenora,  8  Dec.  1692  ;  m.  Isabella, 
dau.  of  Samuel  Pullein,  Archbishop  of  Tuam,  and  d.  30  March, 
1716,  leaving  issue. 

1.  Samuel,  m.  170?,  Laura,  dau.  of  Rev.  Richard  Verling,  of 
Glannamor,  co.  Cork,  and  left  a  son, 

William,  of  Ennis,  an  Officer  in  the  Revenue. 

2.  George,  who  left  issue.  3.  Vesey. 

5.  Henry. 
The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BLOOD,  of  Bohersallagh,  co.  Clare,  m.  a  dau.  of  —  Davis, 
and  by  her  had  issue,  six  sons  and  one  dau., 

1.  Neptune,  of  Bohersallagh,  co.  Clare,  m.  Alice  Scott,  but  d.s.p. 
25  Nov.  1744.  2.  THOMAS,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Matthew,  of  Cragaunboy,  ancestor  of    BLOOD    of    Ballykilty 
(see  that  family).  4.  Edmund,  who  left  issue. 

5.  Mark,  d.  24  Dec.  1751,  leaving  issue  from  whom  descend  the 
BLOODS,   of  Ballysheen,   co.   Clare,  and  of  Huntley  Court,  co. 
Gloucester. 

6.  William,  from  whom  the  BLOODS,  of  Fantore,  co.  Clare,  now    * 
extinct. 

1.  Deborah,  m.  Edmund  Blood. 
The  second  son,  l/cd. 


57 


IRELAND. 


Blood. 


THOMAS  BLOOD,  of  Cahirnemoher  and  Bohersallagh,  co.  Clare, 
m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Capt.  John  Greene,  of  Old  Abbey,  coi 
Limerick,  by  Catherine  his  wife,  dau.  and  coheir  of  Capt.  Anthony 
Horsey,  of  Kilcroney,  co.  Kilkenny.  He  d.  12  July,  1730,  having 
had  issue, 

1.  Thomas,  d.  unm.  July,  1741.    2.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Anthony,  d.s.p.  4.  Edmund,  d.s.p.m. 

i.  Anne.  m.  William  Adams,  of  Ballygriffin,  co.  Clare. 
The  second  son, 

WILLIAM  BLOOD,  of  Roxton,  co.  Clare,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff,  1750  ; 
m.  1747,  Ann,  dau.  of  William  Chadwick,  of  Ballinard,  co.  Tipperaty. 
He  d.  1791,  leaving  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Thomas,  from  whom  descend  the  BLOODS  of  Essex. 

3.  Neptune,    of   Applevale,    co.    Clare,    Ensign     6ist  Regt.,  m. 
Marianne,  dau.  of  Thomas    Davies,   of  Newcastle,  co.  Galway. 
She  d.  i  Nov.  1837.     He  d.  g  Oct.  1797,  aged  45,  leaving  issue. 
From  him  descended  the  BLOODS  of  Applevale. 

4.  Michael,  of  Baskin  Hill,  co.  Dublin,  J.P.,  d.  18  Oct.  1812,  aged 
56,  leaving  issue  by  his  second  wife,  Cecilia  Compton,  a  dau. 
Frances,  m.  James  Tymons,  of  Baskin  Hill,  co.  Dublin. 

5.  Frederick  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Kilnaboy,  and  Vicar  of  Kilkeedy, 
Prebendary  of  Dysert,  co.  Clare,  m.  Susan  Powell. 

6.  Richard,  of  Bannvale,  co.  Down,  m.  Jane  Maria,  dau.  oi  Capl. 
Thomas  Shaw  of  the  Lurgan  Yeom.,  and  left  issue, 

1.  Frederick,  of  Hermitage,  co.  Dublin,  Lieut.  R.N.,  m.  Sarah 
Mary  Morris,  of  Lurgan,  but  d.s.p. 

2.  Randal,  d.  unm.      3.  Thomas,  d.  unm.     4.  Michael,  d.  unm. 

5.  Clements,  Maj.-Gen.  Bombay  Artillery,  served  with  distinc- 
tion in  Afghanistan  and  Punjab,  d.  unm. 

6.  Richard,  of  Dromoher,  co.  Clare,  Maj.-Gen.  Bombay  N.I., 
d.  unm.  8  July,  1877. 

1 1  Frances  Anne,  m.  Lieut.  Charles  North,  5oth  Regt.,  and  d. 
1884,  aged  93. 
2.  Jane. 

1.  Jane,  m.  Edward  William  Burton,  of  Clifden,  co.  Clare,  High 

Sheriff  1799,  an<i  had  issue. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BLOOD,  of  Roxton,  co.  Clare,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1774, 
Col.  of  the  Ennis  Volunteers,  m.  1.772,  Elizabeth,  dau  of  Nicholas 
Bindon,  by  Elizabeth,  his  second  wife,  dau.  of  Patrick  French,  of 
Mpnival,  and  d.  5  Nov.  1784,  aged  35,  having  had  issue,  with  a  dau. 
Nicola,  an  only  son, 

BINDON  BLOOD,  of  Cranagher,  co.  Clare,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1819,  b.  17  March,  1775  ;  m.  ist,  his  cousin  Anne,  dau.  of 
Edward  William  Burton,  of  Clifden,  co.  Clare,  and  Jane  his  wife 
(see  above),  and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  Elizabeth,  d.  unm.  2.  Jane,  d.  unm. 

3.  Anne,  m.  George  Stoney,  of  Oakley  Park,  King's  Co.,  and  had 
issue. 

4.  Mary,  m.  14   May,   1832,  Aylward  O'Conor,  of  Miltown,  co. 
t  Roscommon,   and  had   issue   (see   O'CONNOR   (or   O'CONOR)  of 

Rathmew). 

5.  Fanny,  m.  William  Hamilton,  M.D.,  and  d.s.p. 

6.  Nicola,  d.  unm. 

He  m.  2ndly,  by  licence,  27  Dec.  1809,  Harriet,  dau.  of  Christopher 
Bagot,  of  Nurney,  co.  Kildare,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  William,  d.s.p.  2.  Bindon,  d.   young. 

3.  Bagot,  d.  young.         4.  WILLIAM  BINDON,  of  whom  presently. 

7.  Katherine,  m.  Charles  M.  Bagot,  Barrister-at-Law. 

Hew.  3rdly,  Maria,  dau.  of  —  Hinckley,  of  Tenterden,  Kent,  and 
by  her 'had  issue, 

5.  Bindon,  of  Dublin,  d.s.p.  22  Jan.  1859. 

6.  Bagot,  of   Rockforest,   co.    Clare,   J.P.,   High    Sheriff   1883, 
b.  1845,  m.  Katherine  Florence,  dau.  of  Maj.  Chanes  Washington 
Studdert,  of  Cragmoher,  co.  Clare,  and  d.  11  Feb.  1897,  leaving 
issue, 

1.  Bindon,  Capt.  8th  Cavalry  I. A.,  served  in  S.  African  War 
1901 ;  b.  30  Dec.  1881. 

2.  Charles  Newman,  b.  10  June,  1887. 

i.  Katherine    Nicola,    b.    5    Oct.    1883  ;    m.    Major   Francis 
Hyslop,  King's  Regt. 

8.  Mary  Anne,  m.  Hugh    Baker   Stoney,    M.B.,    of   Abbeyleix, 
and  had  issue  (see  BUTLER-STONEY  of  Portland  Park). 

9.  Frances,  d.s.p.  10.  Maria,  d.s.p. 
Mr.  Bindon  Blood  d.  27  Jan.  1855.     His  4th  son, 

WILLIAM  BINDON  BLOOD,  of  Cranagher,  J.P.,  b.  20  Jan.  1817  ;  m. 
ist,  Margaret,  dau.  of  Robert  Stewart,  of  Hawthornside,  co.  Rox- 
burgh, and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  BINDON  (Sir),  lately  of  Cranagher. 

2.  Bagot  William,  M.Inst.C.E.,  Lieut.-Col.   2nd  Batt.  Bombay,  | 
Baroda  and  Central  India  Vol.  Rifles,  late  Chief  Eng.  Rajputana 
Malwa  Railway  (Albert  House,  Dalkey),  b.  6  Nov.  1844  ;  d.^eb. 
1910  ;  m.  18  March,  1874,  Mary  Jane,  dau.  of  Col.  Thomas  Biggs,  ] 
Royal  Bombay  Art.,  of  Alburys,  Wrington,  Somerset,  and  has  i 
issue, 

1.  William  Bindon,  b.  1876,  d.  1884. 

2.  Bagot  Neptune,  b.  12  May,  1882. 

3.  Robert  Stewart,  b.  1887,  d.  1888. 

1.  Katherine  May,  b.  1875. 

2.  Meta  Ethel,  6.1879,^.1881. 

3.  Charlotte  Nicola,  b.  1886. 

4.  Hariott  Eleanor,  b.  1896. 

3.  Robert,  M.D.,  Col.  R.A.M.C.,  P.M.O.  Vllth  Division  (Prim- 
rose Hill,  Kingstown,  near  Dublin),  b.  10  March,  1847  ;  m.  9  Oct. 
1879,  Catherine  Sarah,  dau.  of  the  late  William  Barker  Drury, 
of  Boden  Park,  co.  Dublin. 

1.  Margaret,  m.   her  cousin,  Aylward   Owen    Blood    O'Conor, 
LL.D.,  who  d.  12  Oct.   1911,  leaving  issue  (see  O'CONNOR  (or  i 
O'CONOR)  of  Rathmew). 


He  m.  2ndly,  1855,  Maria  Augusta,  dau.  of  Robert  Henry  Persse, 

of  Castle  Boy,  co.  Galway  (see  PERSSE  of  Roxborough).      She  d 

23  Jan.  1860,  leaving  issue, 

4.  William  Persse,  Col.  D.A.A.G.,  War  Office,  formerly  Maj. 
Royal  Irish  Fus.,  D.A.A.G.,  2nd  Army  Corps,  Salisbury,  B.A. 
Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  served  in  Egypt  Exped.  1882,  Black  Mountain 
Exped.  1888,  and  in  Mohmund  and  Tirah  Campaigns  1897, 
b.  26  Feb.  1857;  m.  23  Jan.  1888,  Marienne  Frances,  dau.  of 
Capt.  James  William  Robarts,  gth  Lancers,  of  Belmore  Hall. 
Kent,  and  has  issue, 

r.  William  Edmund  Robarts,  b.  19  Feb.  1897. 
r.  Wilhelmina  Augusta,  b.  11  April,  1890. 
2.  Vera  Hermione  May,  b.  20  Feb.  1893. 

Mr.  William  Bindon  Blood  d.  31  Jan.  1894,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest 

son. 

Arms— Quarterly  ist  and  4th  Arg.  afesse  indented  gu.  between 

six  martlets  sa.  (BLOOD)  2nd  and  3rd  gu.  three  escallops  arg.  within 

a  bordure  engrailed  or  (BINDON).      Crest— Issuant   from   waves   of 

the  sea  a  demi  figure  of  Neptune  all  ppr.     Motto— Honor  virtutis 

praemium. 

Residence— 183,    St.    James's  Court,   S.W.     Clubs— Naval    and 

Military  and  the  Marlborough. 


BLOOD    OF    BALLYKILTY. 

JOHN  BLOOD, 
of  Ballykilty,  co, 
Clare,  b.  9  June, 
1849  ;  m.  ist, 
7  March,  1878, 
Jane,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Stud- 
dert, of  Bally- 
hannan,  co.  Clare, 
and  by  her  (who 
d.  16  Jan.  1902) 
has  issue, 

1.  CHARLES      FITZ- 
GERALD, b.  2  April, 
1879- 

2.  John    Frederick, 
b.  10  Nov.  1880 ;  d. 
18  Dec.  1893. 

3.  William  Holcroft, 
b.    29    May,    1887, 
Lieut.     Q.O.C.     of 
Guides. 

He     m.      2ndly, 

21  Oct.  1908,  the 

Hon.    Geraldine    Mary,     eldest    dau:    of    Edward 

Donough,     1 4th    Baron    Inchiquin,    and  widow   of 

(see   BURKE'S   Peerage)  Thomas  George  Stacpoole- 

Mahon,  of  Corbally,  co.  Clare  (see  that  family). 

Lineage.  —  MATTHEW  BLOOD,  of  Cragaunboy,  co.  Clare, 
3rd  son  of  THOMAS  BLOOD,  eldest  son  of  the  Rev.  NEPTUNE 
BLOOD  (see  BLOOD,  of  Cranagher),  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Henry 
Lucas,  and  d.  29  Sept.  1760,  aged  84,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  George,  d.s.p. 

3.  Matthew,  of  Cragaunboy,  co.  Clare,  m.  Caroline,  dau.  of  Andrew 
Roe,  of  Grantstown  and  Roe's  Green,  co.  Tipperary.     She  d.  1805. 
He  d.  Aug.  1794,  leaving  issue,  from  whom  the  BLOODS  of  Dublin 
are  descended. 

1.  Abigail,  m.  Joseph  Adams,  Attorney-at-Law. 

2.  Hannah,  m.  ist,  John  Constantine,  and  2ndly,  John  Brampton 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLOOD,  of  Castle  Fergus  and  Ballykilty,  co.  Clare,  m.  Mary, 
dau.  of  Charles  FitzGerald,  of  Shepperton,  co.  Clare.  Hed.  16  Jan. 
1799,  aged  78,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Matthew,    of  Castle   Fergus,  Ensign   22nd  Foot,  Lieut.  57th 
Regt.,  J.P.,  co.  Clare  ;  m.  6  Feb.  1784,  Dorothea  Julia,  dau.  of  the 
Rev.  Jacques  Ingram,  and  niece  of  Dr.  Smyth,  Archbishop  of 
Dublin.      He  d.  20  Aug.  1820,  and  was  ancestor  of  the  BLOOD- 
SMYTHS  of  Castle  Fergus. 

2.  NEPTUNE,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Hannah,  m.  George  Studdert,  of  Kilkishen,  co  Clare. 

2.  Jane,  m.  John  Singleton,  of  Ballygoreen,  co.  Clare. 

3.  Alice,  m.  Rob9rt  Young,  of  co.  Tipperary. 
The  2nd  son, 

NEPTUNE  BLOOD,  of  Ballykilty,  co.  Clare,  Capt.  Clare  Militia, 
formerly  6znd  Foot,  m.  (licence  bond  dated  18  May,  1798)  Anne, 
dau.  of  Joseph  Anthony,  of  Seafield,  co.  Waterford.  He  d.  29  May, 
1815,  leaving  issue, 

1.  John,  of  Ballykilty,  co.  Clare,  J.P.,  b.  4  Oct.  1803  ;   d.  unm. 
4  April,  1861. 

2.  Joseph  Mark  Anthony,  of  Ballykilt1,'.  Surgeon,  b.    19  June, 
1806  ;   d.  unm.  13  Oct.  1838. 

3.  FITZGERALD,  of  whom  we  treat. 

1.  Alicia,  bapt.  17  March  1805 ;  m.  15  Oct.  1824,  Francis   John 
Castles,  Surgeon,  and  had  issue. 

2.  Jane,  b.  13  July,  1810  ;  m.  27  March,  1827,  Thomas  Jacob,  of 
Thornbury,  Queen's  Co.,  Crown  Solicitor  for  that  co.,  and  d.  21 
March,  1880.     He  d.  17  July,  1865,  leaving  issue. 


Bloomfield. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


3.  Kitty,  b.  14  March,  1812  ;  m.  Capt.  Thomas  Blood,  6th  Regt., 
of  Fantore,  co.  Clare,  who  served  in  the  Peninsular  War  (medal 
with  nine  clasps).    She  d.  May  1872.    He  d.s.p.  30  Dec.  1856. 
The  3rd  son, 

FITZGERALD  BLOOD,  of  Ballykilty,  J.P.  co.  Clare,  b.  about  1815  ; 
m.  5  Jan.  1848,  Millicent  Anne,  dau.  of  Francis  Morice,  of  Spring- 
field, co.  Clare,  by  Maria  his  wife,  dau.  of  Capt.  William  Spaight, 
of  Corbally,  co.  Clare.  She  d.  27  Jan.  1888.  He  d.  25  May,  1864, 
leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  now  of  Ballykilty. 

2.  Joseph  Fitzgerald,  of  8,  Lome  Road,  Birkenhead,  co.  Chester, 
Surgeon-Maj.  (ret.)  8th  Bengal  Cavalry,  M.A.,  M.D.  of  Trin.  Coll. 
Dublin,  served  in  Afghan  War  1878-9,   b.  15  March,  1853  ;  m.  20 
July,  1887,  Eliza,  dau.  of  Henry  James  Dudgeon,  J.P.,  of  the 
Priory,  Blackrock,  co.  Dublin,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Brian,  educated  at  Winchester,  B.A.  New  College,  Oxford, 
b.  i  July,  1889. 

2.  Morice,  Cadet  Royal  Naval  College,  Osborne  1910,  b.  30  April, 
1897- 

1.  Olive  MiUicent,  b.  n  April,  1892. 

2.  Barbara  Florence,  b.  14  April,  1894. 

3.  Francis,  bapt.  28  May,  1854  ;  d.  13  May,  1865. 

4.  Neptune  Fitzgerald,  of  Vrede,  Orange  Free  State,  S.  Africa, 
B.A.,  M.D.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  16  July,  1856  ;  m.  19  Feb.  1884, 
Rebecca  Sarah,  dau.  of  Capt.  Augustus  Hartford,  sgth  Regt.,  of 
Rose  Court,  Portarlington,  Queen's  Co.     Shed.  26  July,  1898.     He 
d.s.p.  6  Feb.  1902. 

5.  Charles  Holcroft,  of  Willow  Bank,  Limerick,  late  of  Johannes- 
burg, Transvaal,  S.  Africa,  M.A.,  M.D.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  late 
Civil  Surgeon  with  Natal  Field  Force  in  S.  African  War  1900-2  i 
(Queen's  and  King's  medals  and  clasps),  b.  29  Dec.  1858;  m. 
26  Feb.  1908,  Agnes,  dau.  of  the  Very  Rev.  James  Hastings 
Allen,  Dean  of  Killaloe. 

6.  Frederick  William,  of  Johannesburg,  S.   Africa,  b.    i  June, 
1860  ;  m.  27  Oct.  1892,  Alice,  dau.  of  Frederick  Randolph  Hohne, 
sometime  Sec.  of  State  of  the  Orange  Free  State,  d.s.p.  at  Johannes- 
burg, 28  March,  1910. 

1.  Maria  Ann,  b.  13  July,  1851  ;  m.  14  Jan.  1874,  Edmund  Maghlin 
Russell,  of  Milford,  co.  Limerick,  and  has  issue. 

2.  MiUicent  Amelia  Charlotte,  b.  18  Sept.  1862  ;  m.  15  Nov.  1882,  | 
Capt.  Harry  Gordon  Fellowes- Gordon,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  3rd  Batt. 
Gordon  Highlanders,  late  76th  Regt.,  of  Knockespoch,  co.  Aber- 
deen, eldest  son  of  Rear-Admiral  William  Abdy  Fellowes-Gordon, 
of  Knockespoch,  Aberdeen,  and  has  issue. 

Arms — Arg.  on  a  fess  indented  gu.  between  six  martlets  sa.  two 
crescents  or.  Crest — Issuant  from  waves  of  the  sea  a  derm-figure  of 
Neptune  all  ppr.  Motto — Honor  virtutis  praemium. 

Seat— Ballykilty,  co.  Clare. 


BLOOMFIELD    OF    CASTLE    CALDWELL. 

MEYNELL  CALDWELL  EGERTON  RODNEY  BLOOM- 
FIELD,  of  Castle  Caldwell,  co,  Fermanagh,  &.  1882, 
s<  his  grandfather  1897. 

Lineage. — BENJAMIN  BLOOMFIELD,  or  BLUMFIELD,  of  Eyre 
Court,  co.  Galway,  made  his  will  17  July,  1737,  which  was  proved 
13  Jan.  following.  By  Dorothy  his  wife  he  left  four  sons  and  two 
daus., 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  Joseph,  b.  1710,  entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  14  Oct.  1726,  aged 
1 6  years,  B.A.  1731. 

3.  Benjamin  of  Meelick,  co.  Galway,  whose  son, 

John,  of  Newport,  co.  Tipperary,  m.  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Samuel 
Waller,  and  sister  of  Sir  Robert  Waller,  ist  bart.  of  Newport, 
by  whom  (who  d.  i  Feb.  1828)  he  had  issue, 

(i)  BENJAMIN,  ist  Lord  Bloomfield,  G.C.B.,  G.C.H.,  b.  13 
April,  1762  ;  m.  7  Sept.  1797,  Harriott,  dau.  of  John  Douglas, 
of  Grantham,  co.  Lincoln.  She  d.  12  Sept.  1868.  He  d. 
15  Aug.  1846,  leaving  issue, 

i.  John  Arthur  Douglas,  2nd  and  last  Baron  Bloomfield, 
G.C.B.,  P.C.,  6.  12  Nov.  1802  ;  m.  4  Sept.  1845,  Hon. 
Georgiana  Liddell,  dau.  of  Thomas,  ist  Lord  Ravensworth. 
He  d.s.p.  17  Aug.  1879. 

1.  Harriott  Anne,  m.  5  June,  1833,  Col.  Thomas  Henry 
Kingscote,  of  Kingscote.      He    d.   ig  Dec.  1861.  leaving 
issue  (see  thai  family).    She  d.  31  July,  1901. 

2.  Georgiana  Mary  Emilia,  m.  22  Oct.  1836,  Henry  Trench, 
of  Cangort.     He  d.  7  March,  1881.     She  d.  13  Jan.  1893, 
leaving  issue  (see  that  family). 

(1)  Anne,  m.  Thomas  Ryder  Pepper,  of  Loughton,  co.  Tip- 
perary.    She  d.s.p.  April,  1841. 

(2)  Charlotte,>n.  19  March,  1800,  Very  Rev.  Thomas  Bunbury 
Gough,  Dean  of  Derry.     She  d.  14  Feb.  1862.      He  d.  8  May, 
1860. 

4.  Richard. 

1.  Dorothy.  2.  Anne. 

Benjamin  Bloomfield  d.  1737.     His  eldest  son, 

JOHN   BLOOMFIELD,  of  Redwood,   co.   Tipperary,   High  Sheriff, 
I753.  d.  7  March,  1771,  having  m.  by  licence,  dated  28  Feb    1742 
Jane,  dau.  of  Brig.-Gen.  George  Jocelyn,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  George,  m.  by  licence,  dated  5  Dec.  1789,  Elizabeth  Bay  ley  of 
Dublin,  and  d.s.p. 

3.  Jocelyn,  d.  intestate  and  s.p.  ;  administration  17  Aug.  1791. 

4.  Robert. 

1.  Dorothea,  m.  20  Aug.  1775,  George,  2nd  Earl  of  Belvedere. 

2.  Jane. 


3.  Frances,  m.  July,  1779,  Gustavus  Rochfort-Hume,  of  Rochfort, 

M.P. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BLOOMFIELD,  of  Redwood,  m.  Jane,  dau.  of  Sir  John 
Colpoys,  and  had  issue, 

JOHN  COLPOYS,  his  successor. 

Dorothea,  m.  by  licence,  dated  9  March,  1798,  Thomas  Hunt,  of 

Dublin,  merchant. 
The  son, 

JOHN  COLPOYS  BLOOMFIELD,  of  Redwood,  High  Sheriff  co. 
Fermanagh  1825,  b.  1788  ;  m.  11  June,  1817,  Frances  Arabella, 
eldest  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Sir  John  Caldwell,  6th  bart.  of  Castle 
Caldwell,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1872)  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  CALDWELL,  of  Castle  Caldwell. 

2.  Fitz  -Maurice   Gustavus,  of  New   Park,   Waterford,   J.P.    co. 
Waterford,  formerly  Capt.  Bengal  Artillery,  b.  13  Feb.  1824  ;   m. 
21  June,  1848,  Henrietta  Sophia  (d.  19  Feb.  1906),  dau.  of  John 
Commerell,  of  Stroode  Park,  Sussex,  and  d.  1894,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Fitz-Maurice  Edmund,  b.  1859  ;  d.  15  Feb.  1871. 

2.  Godfrey  Herbert,  of  New  Park,  co.  Waterford,  b.  5  March, 
1865  ;    m.  16  Sept.  1896,  Emmeline  Louisa,  dau.  of  Sir  John 
Arnott,  Bart,  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage  and  Baronetage),  and  has 
issue, 

(1)  Fitzmaurice  John  Commerell,  b.  1897. 

(2)  Gustavus  Herbert  William,  b.  2  March,  1899. 
(i)  Kathleen  Lily  lyes,  6.  21  March,  1901. 

1.  Sophia  Arabella  Edith,  m.  2  Feb.  1870,  William  Capel,  Major 
82nd  Regt.,  of  The  Grove,  Stroud,  co.  Gloucester,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Kathleen  Mary. 

3.  Charlotte  Dorothea,  m.  31  Aug.   1876,  Joseph    Mills,  late 
Capt.  5th  Dragoon  Guards. 

4.  Alice   Eliza    Helen,    m.    ist,    2    June,     1874,    Frederick 
Malcolmson,  and  by  him  has  issue.     She  m.  audly,   26  Feb. 
1880,   Andrew   Caldecott    Caldwell,   eldest    son    of    Edward 
Caldecott  Caldwell,  3rd  Dragoon  Guards. 

5.  Henrietta  Julia,  m.  23  April,  1883,  Lieut.-Col.  Walter  Lindsay, 
late  Rifle  Brigade,  and  has  issue   (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  CRAW- 
FORD, E.). 

6.  Ethel  Adelaide. 

3.  Godfrey  Colpoys,  Major  in  the  Army,  b.  b  April,  1826  ;  m.  ist, 
18  Oct.  1855,  Juliana,    dau.  of  Robert  Lane,  of  Ryelands,  co. 
Hereford  ;     and    2ndly,  8    May,  1862,  Ellen,  dau.    of   Thomas 
Charles  Bridges,  of  The  Lodge,  Ludlow,  and  by  her  (who  d.  29 
Jan.  iqoi)  has  one  son  and  two  daus. 

4.  Alleyne     FitzHerbert     Fen  ton,     Lieut.-Col.      Indian    Aimy 
(Retired),  b.  1832  ;  m.  2  Sept.   1864,  Eleanor  Loftus,  dau.  of 
Nicholas  Loftus  Tottenham,  of  Glenfarne  Hall,  co.  Fermanagh, 
and  has  issue, 

1.  FitzHerbert  Wheatly,  b.  31  Oct.  1870. 

2.  Jocelyn,  b.  14  March,  1877;    d.  18  Oct.  1880. 
i.  Constance  Caldwell.  2.  Evelyn  Eleanor. 

1.  Frances,  m.  1839,  John  Minchin  Walcott. 
Mr.  Bloomfield  d.  Jan.  1881.     His  eldest  son, 

JOHN  CALDWELL  BLOOMFIELD,  of  Castle  Caldwell,  co.  Fermanagh, 
J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1874,  b.  5  Feb.  1823  ;  m.  ist,  1846, 
Elizabeth,  elder  dau.  of  William  d'Arcy  (Irvine)  d'Arcy,  of  Necarn 
Castle,  co.  Fermanagh,  and  by  her  (who  d.  10  March,  1874)  had  issue, 

Benjamin  Francis   Meynell,   J.P.,   Capt.   Fermanagh   Militia,    b. 

1850  ;  m.  12  Jan.  1875,  Lydia  Frances,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Henry 

Marsham  Style,  Bart.     He  d.v.p.  26  Nov.  1886.    She  d.  23  June, 

1900,  leaving  issue, 

i.  MEYNELL    CALDWELL   EGERTON    RODNEY,  now    of   Castle 
Caldwell. 

1.  Marian  Blanche,  m.  3  June,  1903,  Rev.   Benjamin  T.  du 
Boe,  eldest  son  of  the  late  J.  N.   du  Boe,  of  Riverstown,  co. 
Kildare. 

2.  Grace  Maria  Louisa  ;  m.  6  Dec.  1898,  Arthur  Francis  Forster, 
eldest  son  of  William  Stewart  Forster,  of  Rumwood,  Maidstone. 

Blanche  Caldwell,  m.  30  June,  1879,  RCV-  Canon  Charles  Thornton 
Primrose  Grierson,  son  of  George  A.  Grierson,  of  Rathfarnham 
H  ouse,  co.  Dublin,  and  has  issue. 


Mr.  Bloomfield  m.  2ndly,  12  Aug.  1875,  Adelaide  Hannah  Frances, 
dau.  of  Sir  Josiah  Hort,  2nd  bart.      He  d. 
by  his  grandson. 


27  Feb.  1897,  and  was  s. 
Seat  —  Castle  Caldwell,  Belleek,  co.  Fermanagh. 


LYNCH-BLOSSE.        See    BURKE'S    PEERAGE,    LYNCH- 
BLOSSE,  Bart. 


BOLTON  OF  MOUNT  BOLTON. 

CHARLES  PERCEVAL  BOLTON,  of  Mount  Bolton, 
co.  Waterford,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1893,6,  18  Sept. 
1849  ;  5.  his  father  1884. 

Lineage  — The  founder  of  this  family  in  Ireland  was 
CAPT.  WILLIAM  BOLTON,  an  officer  of  Dragoons  in  the  Protector's 
Army,  who  stormed  and  took  Fatlock  Castle,  Oct.  1649,  and 
obtained  a  large  grant  of  land  in  the  co.  of  Waterford  in  1667. 
He  held  the  office  of  Mayor  of  Waterford  in  1662.  By  Abigail 
his  wife,  dau.  of  Col.  Prittie,  he  had  several  children ;  from 
the  eldest  son,  Cornelius,  Capt.  in  Col.  Collingwood's  Regt., 

i  descends   WILLIAM  EDWARD  BOLTON,  an  officer  in  i8th  Hussars. 

!  Capt.  William  Bol ton's  brother, 


59 


IRELAND. 


Bolton. 


THOMAS  BOLTON,  appointed  to  a  company  in  Col.  Fleetwood's 
Regt.  1652,  Mayor  of  Waterford  in  1671,  d.  1682,  leaving  issue, 
The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BOLTON,  b.  1654,  was  appointed  Recorder  of  Waterford 
in  place  of  Sir  R.  Stephens,  13  Jan.  1682.  His  son, 

WILLIAM  BOLTON,  of  Fatlock  Castle,  Capt.  in  Col.  Edward  May's 
troop  of  Dragoons,  was  left  by  will,  dated  22  May,  1718,  heir  to  the 
extensive  estates  of  his  cousin,  Charles  Bolton,  brother  of  the  Very 
Rev.  Hugh  Bolton,  Dean  of  Waterford.  He  d.  12  March,  1750, 
leaving  (with  two  daus,  Mary,  m.  R.  Lymbery,  of  Killcopp  House, 
co.  Waterford,  and  Eleanor,  d.  unm.  in  1783)  a  son, 

JOHN  BOLTON,  first  of  Fatlock  Castle,  and  afterwards  of  Mount 
Bolton,  m.  5  Dec.  1745,  Anne  Snow,  of  Snowhaven,  co.  Kilkenny, 
and  d.  25  April,  1792,  having  had  issue, 

1.  CHARLES,  his  heir. 

2.  Robert  (Sir),  Lieut.-Gen.  G.C.H.,  of  Swerford  Park,  Oxford 
shire,  Aide-de-Camp  to  GEORGE  III.,  and  Equerry  to  GEORGE  IV. 
He  d.  15  March,  1836. 

1.  Hannah,  m.  21  May,  1772,  Maunsell  Bowers,  of  Mount  Prospect, 
co.  Kilkenny,  and  had  issue,  three  sons  and  six  daus. 
The  son  and  heir, 

CHARLES  BOLTON,  bapt.  18  April,  1759  >  m-  ist,  Jane,  dau.  of  the 
Ven.  John  Doyle,  M.A.,  Archdeacon  of  Kilmacduagh,  and  sister  of 
Lieut.-Gen.  Doyle,  of  Waterford,  by  whom  he  had  one  son, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

Mr.  Bolton  m.  andly,  EUen,  eldest  dau.  of  Harry  Wallis,  of  Drishane 
Castle,  co.  Cork,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

2.  Henry,  A.M.,  Vicar  of  Dysart,  Enos,  and  Kilteale,  Queen's 
Co.,  b.  8  April,  1787  ;   m.  19  Dec.  1814,  Frances,  and  dau.  of  Sir 
Simon  Newport,  Knt.,  by  Jane  his  wife,  younger  dau.  of  the 
Ven.  Archdeacon  Alcock  ;  and  d,  8  Nov.  1854,  having  by  her  (who 
d.  14  Dec.  1880)  had  issue, 

1.  CHARLES  NEWPORT,  of  Brook  Lodge,  co.  Waterford,  s.  his 
cousin  at  Mount  Bolton,  1878. 

2.  Robert  Wallis,  b.  2  May,  1819  ;   d.  25  Feb.  1820. 

i.  Jane  Wallis,  m.  13  Oct.  1853,  Robert  Carew  Anderson,  M.D., 
Surgeon-Major,  Dep.-Insp.-Gen.,  late  of   the  i3th  Hussars,  3rd 
son  of  the  Rev.  Joshua  Anderson,  Rector  and  Vicar  of  Myshall, 
co.  Carlow.     He  left  issue,  five  sons  and  two  daus. 
1.  Elizabeth,  m.  1823,  Sir  Simon  Newport,  Knt.  of   Waterford, 
but  d.s.p.  i  Dec.  1844. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BOLTON,  of  Mount  Bolton,  b.  1783  ;  m.  Eliza,  2nd  dau.  of 
Maunsell  Bowers,  and  dying  in  1807,  aged  24,  was  s.  by  his  son, 

JOHN  BOLTON,  of  Mount  Bolton,  Major  7th  Dragoon  Guards, 
b.  1807  ;  d.  suddenly  in  London,  1841,  and  was  s.  by  his  sister, 

JANE  BOLTON,  of  Mount  Bolton,  who  d.  unm.  16  June,  1878,  and 
was  s.  by  her  cousin, 

CHARLES  NEWPORT  BOLTON,  of  Mount  Bolton,  b.  15  March, 
1816  ;  m.  4  Feb.  1845,  Anne,  eldest  dau.  of  the  Rev.  Joshua  Ander- 
son, M.A.  (Rector  of  Myshall,  co.  Carlow),  of  Grace  Dieu,  co. 
Waterford,  by  Anne  his  wife,  eldest  dau.  of  Capt.  William  Perceval, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  i  Sept.  1884)  had  issue, 

1.  HENRY  ANDERSON,  6.  7  March,  1848  ;  m.  29  Sept.  1880. 

2.  CHARLES  PERCEVAL,  s.  his  father  in  the  Mount  Bolton  propertv 
under  the  will  of  Miss  Jane  Bolton. 

1.  Anne  Frances  Ellen. 
Mr.  Bolton  d.  25  April,  1884. 

Seat— Mount  Bolton,  co.  Waterford.  Residence— Brook  Lodge, 
Halfway  House,  Waterford. 


BOLTON    OF    CASTLE    RING. 
JOHN          MARSHALL 
BOLTON,       of       Castle 
Ring,    co.   Louth,    and 
Donaghmoyne,  co. 

Monaghan,  J.P.  for 
both  cos.,  High  Sheriff 
for  the  latter  1894, 
B.A.,  Trin.:  Coll.  Dublin, 
b.  Feb.  1858  ;  m.  12 Dec. 
1895,  Florinda  Julia, 
eldest  dau.  of  the  late 
Rev.  James  Robert 
ffolliott,  M.A.,  Rector 
of  Moira,  cp.  Down,  by 
Julia  his  wife,  of 
Tierernane,  Strand,  and 
Upper  Ballylehane, 
Queen's  Co.,  dau. 
of  Charles  Warner 
Hovenden,  of  Bally- 
lehane (see  FFOLLIOTT  of  Tierernane). 

Lineage. — The  pedigree  of  this  family  is  registered  in 
Ulster's  Office,  Dublin. 

JOHN  BOLTON,  of  Great  Fenton,  in  Staffordshire,  son  of  ROGER 
BOLTON,  descended  from  the  family  of  BOLTON  of  Bolton,  Lancashire, 
m.  Margaret,  dau.  of  Richard  Ashe,  of  Ashe,  Staffordshire,  and 
by  her,  who  d.  in  Dublin  n  Oct.  1620,  had  a  son, 

SIR  RICHARD  BOLTON,  Knt.,  of  Courtduff,  LORD  CHANCELLOR 
OF  IRELAND,  m.  ist,  Frances,  dau.  of  Richard  Walter,  of  Stafford, 
and  by  her  had  issue, 


1.  Edward  (Sir),  Lord  Chief  Baron  of  the  Exchequer,  from  whom 
descended  the  BOLTONS  of  Bective  Abbey,  co.  Meath. 

2.  Richard.  3.  John. 
4.  THOMAS,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Anne,  m.  Arthur  Hill,  M.P.  of  Hillsborough,  and  had  issue 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  DOWNSHIRE,  M.). 

2.  Mary,  m.  ist,  Patrick  Nangle,  of  Navan,  and  2ndly,  Edward 
Bermingham. 

He  m.  2ndly,  Margaret,  dau.  of  Sir  Patrick  Barnewall,  Kt.  of  Turvey. 
He  made  his  will  1634.  The  fourth  son, 

THOMAS  BOLTON,  of  Knock,  co,  Louth,  m.  Alice,  dau.  of  —  Knilton, 
and  by  her  had  issue  a  son, 

NICHOLAS  BOLTON,  of  Knock,  co.'  Louth,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of 
Anthony  Buckworth,  of  Dromore,  by  Sarah  his  wife,  dau.  of  Ed- 
ward Bermingham,  of  Ballagh,  and  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  ancestor  of  BOLTON  of  Tullydonnell . 

2.  ANTHONY,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Theophilus  (Most   Rev.),  D.D'    P.C.,  Archbishop  of  Cashel, 
d.s.p.  31  Jan.  1744     will  dated  27  July,  1743. 

The  second  son, 

ANTHONY  BOLTON,  of  Grange,  co.  Louth,  m.  Martha,  dau.  of 
—  Sheldon,  and  d.  before  1754,  leaving  a  son, 

CHARLES  BOLTON,  of  Castle  Ring,  cp.  Louth,  m.  setts,  dated 
26  Nov.  1771,  his  cousin  Sidney,  dau.  of  Richard  Bolton,  of  Dromiskin 
and  d.  Aug.  1805,  having  by  her  had  issue,  a  son, 

RICHARD  BOLTON,  of  Castle  Ring,  co.  Louth,  6.  20  Aug.  1772  ; 
m.  18  Feb.  1808,  Marianne,  only  dau.  of  Gibbons  Ruxton,  of  Black- 
castle,  co.  Meath,  and  Ardee,  co.  Louth,  and  widow  of  W.  Young, 
and  d.  1850,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Charles,  Maj.,  of  Ulimbah,  Newcastle,  N.S.W.    b.  24  Nov. 
1808  ;  d.  1894,  leaving  a  dau., 

Sidney  Elizabeth,  m.  ist,  —  Geary,  and  2ndly,  Ven.  Archdeacon 
Bode. 

2.  John,  b.  27  Dec.  1809  ;  d.  Aug.  1900. 

3.  RICHARD,  of  whom  presently. 
The  third  son, 

RICHARD  BOLTON,  of  Castle  Ring,  co.  Louth,  and  Donaghmoyne, 
co.  Monaghan,  J.P.,  b.  21  Feb.  1811 ;  m.  20  Jan.  1853,  Mary 
Sophia  Ward,  dau.  of  Rev.  Cornelius  Marshall  (see  MARSHALL  of 
Baronne  Court),  and  d.  1872,  having  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  MARSHALL,  now  of  Castle  Ring. 

2.  Archer  Clive,  Maj.  Northants  regt.,  b.  24  June,  1859. 

3.  Richard,  b.  1861,  m.  Clare,  dau.  of  —  Barret,  and  d.s.p.  1893. 
1.  Anna  Sophia,  m.  22  June,  1876,  Richard  Baillie  Henry,   of 
Rathneston,  co.  Louth,  and  has  issue 

2»  Sidney,  d.  unm. 
8.  Margaret  Cornelia. 

4.  Elizabeth  Gason  Ruxton,  m.  Rev.  Hugh  Massy. 

5.  Josephine  Florinda,  m.  n  Sept.  1889,  Rev.  Charles  Francis 
Bosvile  Tottenham,  and  has  issue  (see  TOTTENHAM  of    Bally- 
curry). 

Arms — Or  on  a  chevron  gu.  three  lions  couchant  of  the  field. 
Crest — A  hawk  ppr.  belled  or. 

Seats — Castle  Ring,  co.  Louth,  and  Donaghmoyne,  Carrick- 
macrosi,  co.  Monaghan. 

BOLTON  OF  THE  ISLAND. 

WILLIAM  BOLTON,  of  The  Island,  co.  Wexford, 
b.  19  Jan.  1850;  m.  12  Sept.  1872,  Annie  Douglas, 
dau.  of  John  Rowe,  D.L.,  of  Ballycross,  co.  Wexford, 
and  has  issue, 

1.  William,  b.  17  Aug.  1877. 

1.  Eva  Susan,  m.  5  Jan.  1904,  Hon.  Hamilton    Robert  Tilson 
Grogan  Fitzmaurice  Deane-Morgan,  eldest  son  of    Baron  Mus- 
kerry.    He  d.    in    India    30    July,    1907,    leaving    issue     (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage).  Shew,  zndly,  15  Feb.  1911,  Godfrey  William 
Edward  Massy,  of  New  Court,  Bray,  co.  Wicklow  (see  MASSY 
of  Grantstown  Hall). 

2.  Anna    Margaret,    m.    12    Nov.   1902,    Frederic    Hughes,    of 
Bally  Cross,  Bridgetown,  co.  Wexford,  eldest  son  of  the  late 
Sir  Frederic  Hughes,  D.L.,  of  Rosslare  Fort,  co.  Wexford,  and 
has  issue. 

Lineage. — RICHARD  BOLTON,  of  Ballyduff  and  Cold  Harbour, 
son  of  Richard  Bolton,  of  Ballyduff,  co.  Wexford,  m.  Ann  Roberts, 
and  had  issue, 

1.  RICHARD,  who  had  two  sons, 

1.  Richard,  father  of  Robert  Bolton. 

2.  Edward,  father  of 

(1)  Richard,  of  Dublin,  solicitor. 

(2)  Henry,  of  Ballinastraw,  d.s.p.  21  Feb.  1884. 

(3)  Edward,  of  Dublin.  (4)  John,  of  Dublin. 
(5)  William,  of  Ballinastraw,  Dublin. 

2.  John,  of  The  Island,  whose  will,  dated  10  Aug.  1758,  was 
proved    10   Nov.    following.     He   d.s.p.,    and   bequeathed   The 
Island  and  a  considerable  fortune  to  his  brother  William. 

3.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  hereafter.        4.  BENJAMIN. 

5.  Abraham,  of  Ballinvally,  co.  Wexford,  m.  Anne  Eyres,  and 
had  a  son, 

Henry,  of  Monamolin,  co.  Wexford,  went  to  New  York  1772  ; 
m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Adam  Sutton,  of  Bog  and  Warren,  co.  Wexfoid, 
and  had  a  dau., 

Isabella,  m.  Joaquin  Carrion,  of  Madrid,  Councillor  of  State 

to  the  King  of  Spain. 

6.  Hugh.  7.  Henry,  m.  and  had  issue. 
8.  Edward. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  William  Perceval,  of  Ballytrammon,  co.  Wex- 
ford. 


Bomford. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


60 


2.  Mary.  3.  Diana. 

Mr.  Bolton  d.  1730  ;   his  will  dated  8  Jan.  that  year  was  proved 
the  I4th  of  the  same  month.     His  3rd  son, 

WILLIAM  BOLTON,  a  Commissioner  for  taking  Affidavits  in  Wex- 
ford, inherited  The  Island  under  the  will  of  his  brother  John  Bolton. 
He  m.  ist,  Grace,  2nd  dau.  of  Demy  Cuffe,  of  Sandhill,  co.  Carlow, 
and  had  three  sons, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  successor. 

2.  Henry  Denny,  m.  (lie.  20  Aug.)  1776,  Anna  Maria,  elder  dau. 
of   Jonah   Wheeler,   of   Lyrath,   co.    Kilkenny,   and  had   issue, 
William, 

3.  John. 

He  m.  2ndly,  Miss  Lyndon,  and  had  issue, 

4.  Lyndon,  of  Dublin,  m.  by  licence,  dated  i  Nov.  1793,  Jane 
Carpenter,  also  of  Dublin,  and  had,  with  four  daus.,  four  sons. 

1.  Richard. 

2.  Lyndon  Henry  (Rev.),  of  Carrickmines,  co.  Dublin,  and  of 
Burren  and  Cooleague,  co.  Cavan,  Rector  of  Drumcondra,  co. 
Meath,  b.  10  March,  1801 ;  m.  26  Jan.  1826,  Anna  Maria,  dau. 
of  Walter  Bourne,  Clerk  of  the  Crown  to  the  Queen's  Bench, 
and  to  the  N.E.  Circuit,  Ireland,  and  d.  20  Nov.  1869,  having 
by  her  (who  d.  14  May,  1886)  bad  with  other  issue, 

(1)  Lyndon,    b.  20  Nov.  1826  ;   m.  15  Dec.  1858,  Elizabeth 
Henrietta,  dau.   of  Edward  Creed,  of  Ballyclough   House, 
co.  Cork.    She  d.  17  Dec.  1893.     He  d.  4  April,  1900,  leaving 
an  only  son, 

Lyndon,  of  Burren  and  Cooleague,  co.  Cavan,  of  the  Patent 
Office,  London  (4,  Shakespeare  Road,  Bedford),  b.  31  May, 
1860.   m,  6  June,  1895,   Gertrude   Mary,    eldest  dau.   of 
Joseph  Hunt,  J.P.,  of  Canterbury,  and  has  issue, 
a.  Lyndon,  b.  25  May,  1899. 

a.  Joan  Creed,  b.  17  April,  1896. 

b.  Rachel  Gertrude,  b.  16  July,  1902. 

c.  Elizabeth  Georgiana,  b.  3  Sept.  1908. 

(2)  Richard  Knott  (Rev.),  of  Carrickmines,  co.  Dublin,  late 
Rector  of   Fenny   Bentley,   Ashbourne,    Derbyshire,   M.A., 
b.  i  May,  1830  ;  m.  17  April,  1856,  Josephine  Ruth  Susannie, 
dau.  of  Rev.  James  Taylor,  Vicar  of  St.  John's,  Newcastle- 
on-Tyne,  and  d.  13  April,  1909,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Evelyn  Mary,  m.  3  Feb.  1881,  Edmund  Wilson  Barnes, 
of  Glapwell  Hall,  Derbyshire,  and  has  issue  (see  BARNES 
of  Ashgate). 

2.  Josephine  Anna,  m.  Rev.  Ernest  Edwin  Morris,  M.A., 
Vicar  of  Ashbourne,  Derbyshire,  and  has  issue,  four  sons 
and  two  daus. 

(3)  Abraham  Irwin,  M.D.,  d.  25  May,  1909.  • 

3.  Abraham,  Col.  in  the  Army.          4.  William  Gordon. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BOLTON,  of  The  Island,  was  High  Sheriff,  co.  Wexford, 
1789.  He  m.  (licence  dated  n  Oct.  1780)  Dorothea,  dau.  of  Sir 
John  Blunden,  ist  bart.  of  Castle  Blunden,  and  had  issue,  . 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Philip,  of  Holly   Lodge,   Rathmines,   co.   Dublin,   b.    1785  ; 
Major  in  the  Army  ;  d.s.p. 

3.  Overington,  d.s.p.  4.  John,  of  Ballynapierce,  d.  unm 

1.  Anne,  m.  Alexander  Tovey,  2oth  Regt.  ;  and  d.  1821. 

2.  Lucy,  m.  David  Ledwith,  M.D. 
8.  Dorothea,  m.  Richard  Ledwith. 

The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BOLTON,  of  The  Island,  High  Sheriff  1816,  m.  Jane, 
dau.  of  Joshua  Nunn,  of  St.  Margaret's,  co.  Wexford,  and  d.  1853, 
leaving  a  son  and  heir, 

WILLIAM  BOLTON,  of  The  Island,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1856,  b.  1815  ;  m.  1843,  Susan,  dau.  of  Mountiford  Westropp,  of 
Limerick,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1886)  has  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  now  of  The  Island. 

2.  Mountiford,  d.  unm.  in  S.  America. 

1.  Jane,  m.   15  July,  1869,  William  Henry  West,  of  Farmley, 

J.P.  co.  Wexford,  and  has  issue. 

Seat— The  Island,  Kilmuckridge,  Gorey,  co.  Wexford. 

BOMFORD  OF  OAKLEY  PARK. 

GEORGE  LYNDON  BOMFORD,  of  Oakley  Park,  co. 
Meath,  J.P.,  6.  29  Sept.  1867  ;  m.  5  Aug<  1897, 
Helen  Maude  Mary,  dau,  of  the  Rev.  Corbould 
Warren,  J.P.,  of  Tacolneston  Old  Hall,  Norfolk, 
and  has  issue, 

1.  GEORGE  WARREN,  b.  25  April,  1900. 

1.  Elinor  Louise,  d.  young.  2.  Evelyn  Maude. 

3.  Dorothy. 

Lineage.— In  1692,  LAURENCE  BOMFORD,  was  living  at 
Clonmahon,  co.  Meath  ;  he  d.  1720,  at  the  advanced  age  of  103 
having  had  issue  by  his  wife  Eleanor,  four  sons  and  four  daus 
His  eldest  son,  THOMAS  BOMFORD,  of  Rahinstowu,  so,  Meath 
Secretary  of  the  Court  of  Claims,  d.s.p.  4  Feb.  1740,  and  was  s.  by 
his  brother,  STEPHEN  BOMFORD,  of  Gallow,  co.  Meath  who  m 
Anne  Smith,  of  Violetstown,  co.  Westmeath,  by  whom  he  had 
issue,  Thomas  ;  STEPHEN  ;  John  ;  David,  ancestor  of  John  North 
Bomford,  of  Ferrans  and  Gallow  ;  Isaac  ;  and  four  daus.  He  d. 
in  1756,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  surviving  son, 

STEPHEN  BOMFORD,  J. P.,  of  Rahinstown,  m.  April,  1745, Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Stephen  Sibthorpe,  of  Brownstown,  co.  Louth,  by  Margaret 
his  wife,  sister  of  the  Right  Hon.  Anthony  Foster,  Chief  Baron  of  the 
Exchequer  in  Ireland,  and  had  with  other  issue, 

1.  ROBERT,  his  heir,  of  Rahinstown,  m.  1792,  Maria,  dau.  of  the 

Hon.  James  Massy  Dawson,  and  son   of  Hugh,  ist  Lord  Massv, 

and  had  issue, 


i.  ROBERT  GEORGE,  of  Rahinstown,  b.  1802  ;  High  Sheriff  of 
Meath  1832  ;  m.  1826,  Elizabeth,  only  child  of  James  Traill 
Kennedy,  of  Annandale,  co  Down,  and  d.s.p.  1846.  His  widow 
m.  2ndly,  6  June,  1850,  Marcus  Gervais  Beresford,  D.D., 
Archbishop  of  Armagh,  and  d.  i  July,  1870. 

1.  Annette,  m.  Sir  Thomas  H.  Hesketh,  Bart. 

2.  Jane  Rosetta,  m.  25  Feb.  1822,  Richard  Martin  Southcote 
Mansergh,  of  Grenane,  co.  Tipperary. 

3.  Frances,  m.  Richard  Bolton,  of  Bective  Abbey. 

4.  Jemima,  m.  Richard  Bolton,  of  Brook  Lodge,  co.  Waterford. 

5.  Sarah  Maria,  m.  1831,  the  Hon.  Frederick  Tollemache. 

6.  Susan,  m.  r826,  the  Rev.  Charles  Rudinge  Martin,  whod.  1847. 
2.  GEORGE,  of  Drumlargan. 

The  2nd  son, 

GEORGE  BOMFORD,  of  Drumlargan,  m.  1809,  Arabella,  dau.  of 
Samuel  Winter,  of  Agher,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1  1  Sept.  1815  )  had  issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  of  Oakley  Park. 

2.  Samuel,  Major  Royal  North  Gloucester  Militia  and   of  the  srd 
Dragoon  Guards,  m.  n  July,  1839,  Frances  Jane,  dau.  of  Samuel 
Pratt  Winter,  3rd  son  of  Samuel  Winter,  of  Agher,  and  had  issue, 

i.  Rodon  Charles,  b.  1845.  2.  Laurence  George,  b,  1847. 

3.  Trevor,  b.  1849. 

4.  Gerald  (Sir),  K.C.I.E.,  M.D.,  late  Director-Gen.  Ind.  Med. 
Service,  formerly  Principal  of  Med.  Coll.  Calcutta  (Hillersdon 
House,  Dover),  b.  19  July,  1851  ;    m.  1881,  Mary  Florence,  dau. 
of  Major-Gen.  F.  Eteson,  late  the  Buffs. 

5.  Victor  Reginald  (Rev.),  Vicar  of  Wigginton,  Staflordshire, 
b.  21  March,  1859;    m.  3  July,  1883    Letitia  Sarah,  dau.  of 
Rev.  Francis  Talbot  Purcell  (see  PURCELL  of  Glannamore),  and 
d.  24  Aug.  1900,  leaving  a  dau., 

Frances,  b.  14  Feb.  1887. 
i.  Caroline  Frances,  d.  1859. 
Mr.  Bomford  d.  Jan.  1814,  and  was  s.  by  his  elder  son, 

GEORGE  BOMFORD,  of  Oakley  Park,  co.  Meath,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff 
1860,  b.  ii  April,  1811  ;  m.  23  July,  1832,  Arabella,  dau.  of  John 
Pratt  Winter,  of  Agher,  and  d.  1886,  having  had  issue, 

1.  GEORGE  WINTER,  b.  12  Nov.  1834  ;   m.  17  April,  1861,  Flora 
Mary  McVeagh,  dau.  of  Rev.  Francis  R.  Sadleir,  D.D.,  and  d. 
22  June,  1884,  leaving  issue, 

GEORGE  SADLEIR,  b.  i  Dec.  1864  ;   d.  unm.  i  Dec.  1894. 
Arabella  Anne,  of  Drumlargan. 

2.  JOHN  FRANCIS,  of  Oakley  Park. 

3.  Samuel  Stephen,  b.  18  April,  1841  ;   d.  22  Aug.  1872. 

4.  Arthur  Chichester,  b.  27  July,  1851  ;   d.  14  Oct.  1854. 

5.  Robert  Laurence,  b.  3  Sept.  1857. 

1.  Anne,  d.  unm.  8  Jan.  1912. 

2.  Arabella  Anna,  d.  19  Feb.  1910,  m.  1863,  George  W.  Ruxton, 
of  Rahanna,  co.  Louth,  and  had  issue  (see  RUXTON  of  Ardee).    He 
d.  25  Dec.  1899. 

.  3.  Elizabeth.  4.  Victoria  Adela.  5.  Margaret  Winter. 

The  2nd  son, 

JOHN  FRANCIS  BOMFORD,  of  Oakley  Park,  co.  Meath,  T-P-, 
6.  22  Dec.  1837  ;  m.  1866,  Elinor,  dau.  of  Rev.  Lyndon  II.  Bolton, 
of  Priorsland,  co.  Dublin,  and  d.  13  Sept.  1911,  having  had  issue, 

1.  GEORGE  LYNDON,  now  of  Oakley  Park. 

2.  John  Stephen,  b.  26  Dec.  1869  ;  d.  g  Oct.  1891. 

3.  Lyndon  Henry,  b.  i  Feb.  1871  ;   d.  3  Aug.  1907. 

4.  Samuel  Richard,  b.  15  Dec.  1873  i   d.  13  Feb.  1907. 

5.  Charles  Francis,  b.  13  March,  1878. 

6.  Trevor  Broughton,  b.  i  June,  1880  ;   m.  18  Jan.  1911,  Birdie, 
dau.  of  Claud  Chaloner,  J.P.,  of  Kingsfort,  co.  Meath. 

7.  William  Harold,  b.  i  Jan.  1885. 


1.  Anna    Arabella,  m.  12   July,  1899,  Rev.  Claud  Robert  Long- 
field  (d.  26  Sept.  1903),  son  of  the  Rev.  Richard  Longfield,  Canon 
of  Cloyne,  and  has  issue,  Richard  Charles,  b.  17  April,  1901. 

2.  Elinor   May,   m.    12   July,    1892,    Hugh    Golding   Constable, 
son  of  Capt.   Charles  Golding  Constable,   H.M.    Indian  Navy, 
F.R.G.S.,  son  of  John  Constable,  R.A.,  and  has  issue,  John  Hugh, 
b.  28  Feb.  1896,  and  Winoa. 

3.  Gwendoline,  m.  3  Oct.  1900,  Rev.  Leonard  McNeill  Shelford, 
and  has  issue,  Leonard,  John,  Flora  Elinor,   and  Gwendoline 
May. 

Residence—  Oakley  Park,  Kells,  co.  Meath. 


BOMFORD  OF  GALLOW  AND  FERRANS. 

JOHN  GEORGE 

NORTH-BOMFORD,        of 

Gallow,    and   Ferrans, 
co.  Meath,  Lieut.  7th 
Royal      Fusiliers, 
13   Oct.    1883  ;     s. 


b. 
his 

mother  (on  her  re- 
marriage) 1 6  Dec. 
1908  ;  m.  5  Oct.  1909, 
Hilda  Frances, 
youngest  dau.  of  the 
late  George  Shaw 
Munn,  Rector  of 
Madresfield,  Malvern. 

Lineage.  —  STEPHEN 
BOMFORD,     of     Gallow,    co. 

Meath  (son  of  Laurence  Bomford,  of  Clonmahon,  co.  Meath,  and 
brother  of  Thomas  Bomford,  of  Rahinstown),  m.  Anne  Smith,  of 


6i 


IRELAND. 


Bond. 


Violetstown,  co.  Westmeath,  and  had  issue  by  her,  1.  Thomas  ; 
2.  Stephen,  ancestor  of  BOMFORD  of  Oakley  Park ;  3.  John ; 
4.  DAVID  :  and  5.  Isaac.  The  4th  son, 

DAVID  BOMFORD,  of  Gallow,  m.  Dec.  1756,  Sarah,  dau.  of  David 
Burtchaell,  of  Brownstown,  co.  Kildare  (see  BURTCHAELL  of 
Brandondale) .  Her  will,  dated  26  Aug.  1814,  was  proved  23  March, 
1816.  His  will,  dated  17  April,  1807,  was  proved  2  Feb.  1810. 
He  had  issue, 

1.  Isaac,  of  Gallow,  bapt.  31  March,  1766,  d.s.p.     Will  dated  19 

Dec.  1835. 

1.  Jane,  m.  Aug.  1785,  Duke  Cooper,  of  Great  Down,  co.  West- 
meath. 

2.  ANNE,  m.  July,  1786,  JOHN  NORTH,  of  Whitwell,  co.  Westmeath, 
and  had  issue  three  sons, 

1.  David,  m.  Catherine,  dau.  of  J.  Pirn,  and  had  issue. 

2.  ISAAC,  of  whom  we  treat. 

3.  John,  m.  Ellen,  dau.  of  Robert  Barbour,  of  Tyrrells  Pass,  co. 
Westmeath,  and  had  issue. 

3.  Mary  Elizabeth,  bapt.  28  Sept.  1768,  d.  young. 

4.  Sarah  Frances,  in.  1803,  John  Coates,  of   Coolcor,  co.  West- 
meath. 

The  grandson, 

ISAAC  NORTH-BOMFORD,  of  Gallow,  co.  Meath  (son  of  John  North 
and  Anne  his  wife,  dau.  of  David  Bomford),  assumed  the  name  and 
arms  of  BOMFORD  ;  m.  8  Oct.  1830,  Belinda  Emily,  dau.  of  Capt. 
Abraham  John  Pilkington,  of  Kilbride  Castle,  co.  Westmeath,  and  d. 
1866,  having  by  her  (who  d.  1852)  had  issue, 

1.  Isaac,  Capt.  sgth  Regt.,  served  in  China,  b.  6  June,  1834  ;   d. 

unm.  6  April,  1861.  2.  JOHN,  late  of  Gallow  Ferrans. 

3.  David  George,  6.  5  Feb.  1840,  M.D.  ;   m.  1867,  Mary,  dau.  of 
—  Gubbins,  Castle  Troy,  co.  Limerick,  and  d.   13  Oct.   1869, 
leaving  a  dau.,  Annabella,  m.   12  April,  1899,  Thomas  Robert 
Griffin,  B.L.,  of  Baggot  Street,  Dublin. 

4.  Stephen  Robert,  d.  young,  1856. 

5.  Horatio,  6.  16  Feb.  1847 ;  m.  Alice,  dau.  of  Richard  Summers, 
Tyrell's  Pass,  co.  Westmeath,  and  has  issue,  with  two  daus.,  a  son, 

Isaac  John,  b.  14  April,  1882. 

1.  Mary  Jane,  m.  John  Emerson,  of  Clonshanny,  King's  Co.,  and 
has  issue. 

2.  Anna  Bella,  m.  12  April,  1860,  Sir  Benjamin  Whitney,  of  Upper 
Fitz William  Street,  Dublin.     She  d.  16  Jan.  1899,  leaving  issue 
(see  WHITNEY  of  Brayfort). 

3.  Louisa  Emily,  d.  young. 

4.  Belinda   Emily,  m.  Col.  Edward   Napoleon  L'Estrange,  22nd 
Regt.,  and  has  issue. 

JOHN  NORTH-BOMFORD,  of  Gallow  and  Ferrans,  co.  Meath,  J.P., 
late  Capt.  2gth  Regt.,  served  in  Burmah  and  Bengal  1857  ;  b. 
17  July,  1838  ;  m.  ist,  24  July,  1867,  Charlotte,  eldest  dau.  of  John 
Devenish  Meares,  of  Meares  Court,  co.  Westmeath,  D.L.,  but  by  her 
(who  d.  1881)  had  no  issue.  He  m.  2ndly,  5  Sept.  1882,  Mary  Wil- 
helmina  Constance,  eldest  dau.  of  Sir  William  S.  B.  Kaye,  C.B., 
Q.C.,  LL.D.,  Private  Secretary  to  the  Lord-Lieut,  of  Ireland,  and 
had  issue  by  her  a  son, 

JOHN  GEORGE,  now  of  Gallow. 

He  d.  16  Oct.  1905.  His  widow  re-w.  16  Dec.  1908,  Lieut.-Col. 
Phineas  Barrett  Villiers-Tuthill  (see  TUTHILL  of  Kilmore) . 

Arms — Quarterly  :  ist  and  4th,  az.,  on  a  fesse  erm.  three  cross- 
crosslets  fitchee  gu.,  for  BOMFORD  ;  2nd  and  3rd,  per  pale  or  and  az. 
a  lion  passant  between  three  fleurs-de-lis  counterchanged  for  NORTH. 
Crests — ist,  for  BOMFORD,  a  griffin  segreant  arg.,  charged  on  the 
shoulder  with  a  cross-crosslet  ntchee  gu.  ;  2nd,  for  NORTH,  a  wyvern's 
head,  erased  vert,  langued  gu.,  collared  and  chained  or.  Motto — 
Vir.  tutus,  et.  fidelis. 

Seat— Gallow  Ferrans,  Kilcock,  co.  Meath— Club— Kildare 
Street,  Dublin. 

BOND    OF    FARRAGH. 

JAMES  WILLOUGHBY  BOND,  of  Farragh,  co. 
Longford,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1870,  6.  n 
July,  1837  ;  m.  22  Nov.  1864,  Emma  Georgiana 
Charlotte,  dau.  of  William  Hunter  Little,  D.L.,  of 
Llanvair  Grange,  co.  Monmouth  (see  that  family), 
and  has  issue, 

1.  WILLOUGHBY  JAMES,  B.A.  Camb.,  J.P.  co.  Longford,  High 
Sheriff  1905,  b.  10  June,  1867  ;    m.  30  April,  1892,  Mary  Rosa 
Kerr,  dau.  of  Capt.  William  Bond,  of  Newtown  Bond,  co.  Longford, 
and  has  issue, 

1.  Brian  Willoughby,  b.  15  Jan.  1894. 

2.  Francis  Willoughby,  b.  3  Feb.  1901. 

i.  Mary  Hunter.  2.   Kathleen  Sidney. 

2.  Wensley  Hunter,  b.  7  Dec.  1876. 

1.  Georgiana  Sidney,  m.  20  Nov.  1895,  Maj.  R.  Mac  Geough- 
Bond,  R.F.A.  (see  that  family). 

2.  Henrietta  Letitia.      3.  Alicia  Mabel,  d.  unm.  27  Jan.  1886. 
4.  Ethel  Emma  Louisa. 

Lineage. — EPHRAIM  BOND,  came  from  Yorkshire  and  settled  in 
Derry  about  1650.  He  m.  the  dau.  of —  Dewin,  and  had  two  sons, 

1.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  John,  of  Ballyclapham,  co.  Londonderry,  who  left  issue. 
The  elder  son, 

WILLIAM  BOND,  of  Glenlough,  co.  Londonderry,  who  left  issue  a 
son, 

JAMES  BOND,  of  Glenlough,  m.  the  dau.  of  —  Burns,  and  had 
issue,  five  sons, 

1.  William.  2.  J  A.MES,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Oliver.   .         4.  Thomas.  5.  Saint. 
The  second  son, 


REV.  JAMES  BOND,  Presbyterian  Minister,  of  Corboy,  co.  Long- 
ford, m.  Catherine,  dau.  of  Rev.  Thomas  Wensley,  of  Lifford,  co. 
Donegal,  and  had  with  four  daus.  as  many  sons, 

1.  Wensley  (Very  Rev.),  Dean  of  Ross  1773-1813,  b.  1736 ;  m.  by 
licence  10    Aug.    1778,    Rebecca,  dau.  of  William  Forward,  of 
Fermoy,  and  niece  of  Right  Hon.  John  Hely-Hutchinson,  and  d. 
1820,  having  had  with  four  daus.  two  sons, 

1.  James  Forward    (Very  Rev.),   Dean  of  Ross  1813-29,  b. 
1779  ;  m.  ist,  15  Feb.  1815,  Sarah  Hester,  dau.  of  John  Croker, 
and   sister   of    the    Right    Hon.  John  Wilson  Croker.      She 
d.s.p.  1816.  He  m.  2ndly,  21  May,  1825,  Christiana  Margaretta, 
dau.  of  Rev.  the  Hon.  Lorenzo  Hely-Hutchinson,  and  had  an 
only  dau.     The  Dean  d.  Aug.  1829. 

2.  Richard  Wensley,  m.  Sophia,  dau.  of  Rev.  James  Bond,  of 
Lecarrow,  co.  Roscommon,  and  d.  3  Oct.  1860,  having  had 
with  five  daus.  three  sons,  (i)  Wensley,  (2)  James,  and  (3) 
Richard  Thomas. 

2.  James  (Sir),  Bart.,  of  Coolamber,  co.  Longford,  M.P.  for  Naas 
1790-7,  created  a  baronet  21  Jan.  1794,  m.  27  July,  1770,  Anne, 
widow  of  Richard  Eyre  and  dau.  of  William  Hornby,  Governor 
of  Bombay.    She  d.  1809.     His  son,  Sir  Thomas  Bond,  2nd  Bart., 
d.s.p.  3  March,  1823,  when  the  baronetcy  became  extinct. 

8.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently.  4.  Thomas,  who  left  issue. 

1.  Letitia,  m.  Simon  Little. 
The  3rd  son, 

WILLIAM  BOND,  of  Edgworthstown,  co.  Longford,  High  Sheriff 
1794,  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Alexander  Perry,  and  d.  1811,  leaving 
issue, 

1.  James  Wensley,  of  Cartroncard,  co.  Longford,  High  Sheriff 
1822,  d.  8  Feb.  1843. 

2.  Alexander  Perry,  of  Ardglass,   co.  Westmeath,  D.L.,  m.  15 
Jan.  1836,  Rosetta,  dau.  of  Saville  Dowling,  andrf.  1851,  leaving 
issue. 

3.  Thomas. 

4.  WILLOUGHBY,  of  whom  we  treat. 
The  youngest  son, 

WILLOUGHBY  BOND,  of  Farragh,  co.  Longford,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff  1832,  b.  1790;  m.  2  June,  1829,  Alicia  Sidney,  dau.  of 
William  Gosselin,  of  Abbey  Derg,  co.  Longford.  She  d.  Sept.  1882. 
He  d.  5  Nov.  1875,  having  had  issue, 

1.  William  Wensley,  Lieut,  soth  Regt.,  b.  2  Oct.  1834  ;  d.  unm. 
8  Dec.  1854. 

2.  JAMES  WILLOUGHBY,  now  of  Farragh. 

1.  Sidney  Margaret,  m.  ist,  6  July,  1854,  Thomas  James  Meredith, 
of  Cloonamahon,  co.  Sligo,  who  d.  1860,  and  2ndly,  2  June,  1870, 
John  Henry  Kincaid,  of  78,  Merrion  Square,  Dublin. 
Seat — Farragh,  Longford. 


MACGEOUGH-BOND     OF     DRTJMSILL,. 

WALTER  WILLIAM 
ADRIAN  MACGEOUGH- 
BOND,  of  Drumsill, 
co.  Armagh,  Vice  - 
President  of  Court  of 
Appeal  at  Cairo, 
Egypt,  b.  1857  ;  m. 
26  Sept.  1901,  Ada 
Marion,  youngest  dau. 
of  the  late  Charles 
Nichols,  of  Dunedin, 
N.Z.,  and  has  issue, 

WALTER  ALBERT  NEVILL, 

b.  27  June,  1908. 

Linea&e.— JOSHUA 
MACGEOUGH,  of  Drumsill,  co. 
Armagh,  made  his  will  23 
June,  1755,  which  was  proved 
19  June,  1756.  He  m.  Anne, 
only  dau.  and  heir  of  Brig.- 
Gen.  the  Right  Hon.  William  Graham,  and  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

3  Samuel  of  Derryca'w,  co.  Armagh,  High  Sheriff  1776;  m. 
Elizabeth,' dau.  of  William  Smyth,  and  had  with  two  daus.,  of 
whom  Anne,  m.  July,  !777,  Owen  O'Malley,  of  Melcomb,  co. 

Mai!°Tosh°ua°IoSf'  Greenwood  Park,  co.  Tyrone,  m.  his  cousin,  Anne, 
dau.  of  William  MacGeough,  of  Drumsill.     His  will  was  proved 
1793.     He  left  issue,  William,;joshua,  Henry,  and  Elizabeth. 
2    Samuel,  d.s.p* 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  g  Aug.  1732,  William  Houston  (see  BLAKISTON- 
HOUSTON  of  Orange  field). 

2.  Mary,  m.  —  Robinson.  3.  Anne. 


WILLIAMACGEOUGH,  of  Drumsill,  m.  ist,  Elizabeth  dau  and 
!  heir  of  Walter  Bond,  of  Bondville,  co.  Armagh,  and  by  her  had  a 
|  son, 

j  He '  w.°2ndly,   the  dau.   of  Joseph   Boyd,  and  by  her  had  three 
i  daus., 


Bonham. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


62 


1.  Elizabeth,  m.  —  Alfray. 

2.  Mary. 

3.  Anne,  m.  Joshua  MacGeough,  of  Greenwood  Park,  co.  Down 
(see  above). 

He  d.  about  1791  (will  dated  2  Feb.  1778,  proved  9  March,  1791). 
His  only  son, 

J  OSHUA  MACGEOUGH,  of  Drurasill,  co.  Armagh,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of 
Joseph  Johnstone,  of  Nappa,  co.  Armagh,  and  had  two  sons, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir,  of  Drumsill,  d.s.p. 

2.  WALTER,  of  whom  we  treat. 
The  younger  son, 

WALTER  MACGEOUGH-BOND,  of  Drumsill,  Silver  Bridge,  and  the 
Argory,  co.  Armagh,  High  Sheriff  1819,  Barrister-at-Law,  assumed 
by  Royal  Licence,  5  Nov.  1824,  the  name  and  arms  of  BOND  in 
addition  to  his  own ;  m.  1830,  Anne,  2nd  dau.  of  Ralph  Smyth,  of 
Gaybrook,  co.  Westmeath.  She  d.  1892.  He  d.  17  March,  1866, 
having  had  with  other  issue, 

1.  JOSHUA  WALTER,  late  of  Drumsill. 

2.  Ralph    MACGEOUGH-BOND-SHELTON,     of     the    Argory,     co. 
Armagh  (see  that  family). 

3.  William,  m   24  Nov.  1869,  Mary  Armit,  3rd  dau.  of  William 
Armit  Lees  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  LEES,  Bart.),  and  left  issue. 
His  widow  m.  andly,  30  July,  1903,  Col.  Beauchamp  John  Col- 
clough  Doran,  C.B. 

4.  Robert  John  MACGEOUGH,  of    Silver  Bridge,  co.   Armagh, 
J.P.,  b.  22  Sept.  1838;  m.  ii  March,  1869,  Alice,  dau.  of  James 
Sivewright,  of  Brighton.      She  d.  1871.     He  d.  9  April,  1903, 
leaving  an  only  child, 

Alice,  m.  9  Sept.  1891,  Maxwell  Vandeleur   Blacker-Douglass, 
of  Grace  Hall,  and  has  issue  (see  that  family). 

1.  Mary  Isabella,  m.  Robert  Staples,  of  Dunmore,  Queen's  Co. 

2.  Anna  Maria,  m.  4  Oct.  1867,  Randal,  i3th  Lord  Louth.      She 
d.    27   Oct.    1868.      He  d.    19    July,    1883,  leaving   issue   (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage). 

The  eldest  son, 

JOSHUA  WALTER  MACGEOUGH-BOND,  of  Drumsill,  co.  Armagh, 
J.P..  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1872,  M.P.  for  Armagh  1855-5?  and 
1859-65,  late  49th  Foot,  6.  1831 ;  m.  1856,  Albertine  Louise,  dau.  of 
Frederick  Shanahan,  Barrister-at-Law.  He  d.  29  Aug.  1905. 
She  d.  18  Nov.  1902,  leaving  issue, 

1«  WALTER  WILLIAM  ADRIAN,  now  of  Drumsill. 

2.  Ralph  Xavier,  late  Major  R.A.,  m.  20  Nov.  1895,  Georgina, 

dau.  of  James  Willoughby  Bond,  of  Farragh  (see  that  family), 

and  has  issue, 
Ralph. 
Mabel. 

1.  Angeline,  m.  Raoul  Recorbet,  of  La  Chaux,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Anne,  m.  Henri  Ayet,  of  La  Forest.     He  d.  18  July,  1902. 
Arms — Quarterly  ist  and  4th,  or  on  a  chevron  gu.  three  annulets 

arg.  (BOND)  ;  2nd  and  3rd,  Per  bend  sa.  and  or  three  leopard's  faces 
two  and  one  counterchanged  (MACGEOUGH).  Crests — i.  BOND  :  A 
lion  sejant  arg.  charged  on  the  shoulder  with  an  annulet  sa.  2. 
MACGEOUGH  :  A  naked  dexter  arm  embowed,  the  hand  grasping  a 
scymitar  in  the  act  of  striking,  all  ppr.  Motto — Nemo  me  impune 
lacessit. 

Seat — Drumsill,  Armagh.     Club — Travellers'. 


BONHAM  OF  BALLINTAGGART. 

COL.  JOHN  BONHAM,  C.B.,  of  Ballintaggart,  co. 
Kildare,  J.P.  cos.  Kildare  and  Wicklow,  High  Sheriff 
co.  Carlow  1900,  Col.  R.H.A.  (retired),  b.  July,  1834  ; 
m.  1870,  Mary  Anne,  dau,  of  Philip  Wroughton, 
of  Woolley  Park,  Berks,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1891) 
has  had  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS  WARREN,  b.  1871. 

2.  John  Wroughton,  b.  1875  ;    m.  14  June,  1911,  Lilian  Mary, 
youngest  dau.  of  Charles  Robert  Hamilton,  of  Hamwood  (see 
that  family). 

it  Georgiana  Maye,  m.  21  April,  1909,  Rev.  Bernard  Smith.    She 
d.  16  June,  1910. 

2.  Mary  Alice,  m.  H.  F.  Morris.    She  d.  n  June,  1909. 

3.  Margaret  Leslie. 

Lineage. — FRANCIS  BONHAM,  of  Dublin,  b.  1673  ;  m.  before 
1716,  Mary  Shelley,  and  d.  1755,  having  had,  with  other  issue. 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  Robert,  of  Dublin,  d.  1760. 
The  elder  son, 

JOHN  BONHAM,  of  Dublin,  b.  1704  ;  m.  1738,  Susanna  dau 
of  Richard  Warren,  of  Grangebeg,  co.  Kildare,  and  d.  about  1780 
(will  dated  30  June,  1780,  proved  26  Feb.  1781),  having  by  her 
(who  d.  1809)  had  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS  WARREN,  his  heir. 

2.  Richard  Paul,  b.  1761  ;  d.  1807. 

1.  Frances  Anne,  m.  (licence  1778),  Robert  Johnstone. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  1768,  Joshua  Paul  Meredyth. 

3.  Mary,  m.  27  March,  1764,  Sydenham  Snow,  and  had  issue. 

4.  Wilhelmina,  m.  9  July,  1761,  William  Parsons  Hoey,  of  Rich- 
mond, co.  Dublin,  and  had  issue,  Hannah. 

The  son  and  heir, 

FRANCIS  WARREN  BONHAM,  b.  1740  ;  m.  ist,  March,  1767,  Mary 
Ann,  dau.  of  Dr.  Leslie,  Bishop  of  Limerick,  and  sister  of  Sir  Edward 
Leslie,  Bart.,  and  by  her  had  issue,  JOHN,  of  whom  piesently,  and 
Joyce,  who  d.  unm.  He  m.  2ndly,  Jan.  1777,  Dorothea  Herbert 
and  d.  1810,  having  had  further  issue,  Francis  Robert,  b.  1785 


d.  1863  unm. ;  Susan,  b.  1780,  d.  1863,  unm.  •  and  others  who  d. 
young.  The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BONHAM,  of  Ballintaggart,  J.P.,  b.  21  June,  1769  ;  served 
as  High  Sheriff  co.  Kildare  1835.  He  m.  1796,  Margaret,  widow 
of  Capt.  Clifton,  H.E.I.C.S.,  and  dau.  of  —  Jones,  and  by  her 
(who  d.  1848)  left,  at  his  decease,  1844,  a  son  and  heir, 

REV.  JOHN  BONHAM,  of  Ballintaggart,  M.A.  Oxon,  J.P.  co. 
Kildare,  b.  22  Feb.  1798  ;  d.  1875  ;  *».  30  Oct.  1827,  Barbarina,  3rd 
dau.  and  co-heiress  of  John  Norris,  of  Hughenden  House,  Bucks, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  1882)  had  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS,  late  of  Ballintaggart. 

2.  JOHN,  now  of  Balintaggart. 

1.  Margaret  Louisa,  m.  1855,  Arthur  Wyatt,  of  Earlswood,  co. 
Wexford,  and  has  issue.  2.  Mary,  d.  1849. 

3.  Ann  Blanche,  m.  14  Nov.  1859,  Col.  Henry  Hamilton  Pratt, 
late  94th  Regt.,  and  has  issue. 

4.  Agnes  Jane  Susan,  d.  1906. 

He  d.  1875,  and  was  s.  by  his  elder  son, 

FRANCIS  BONHAM,  of  Ballintaggart,  Maj.  7ist  Highland  Light 
Infantry,  b.  5  Nov.  1831  ;  m.  16  July,  1868,  Emily  Mary  Georgiana, 
dau.  of  James  Reid,  of  Millbank  House,  Fermoy,  who  d.  1889.  He 
d.  1892. 

Seat — Ballintaggart,  Colbinstown,  co.  Kildare.  Clubs — United 
Service,  S.W. ;  Kildare  Street,  Dublin. 


BONYNGE. 

CHARLES  WILLIAM 
BONYNGE,  of  42,  Prince's 
Gate,  London,  b.  5  Oct. 
1838  ;  m.  5  June,  1869, 
Rodie  S*  D.,  dau.  of 
James  M.  Stephens  (a 
planter  in  the  Southern 
States),  and  descended 
on  her  mother's  side 
from  the  family  of  U.S. 
Senator  George  Read, 
one  of  the  signers  of  the 
Declaration  of  Indepen- 
dence (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage),  and  has  issue, 

Louise   Selina,    m.    8    Aug. 

1892,   Major-Gen.   Sir  John 

Grenfell    Maxwell.     K.C.B., 

C.V.O.,  C.M.G.,  D.S.O.,  late 

Royal     Highlanders    (Black 

Walth),   and    has  issue  one 

dau.,  Helene  Philae,  to  whom  H.R.H.  Princess  Christian  stood 

sponsor. 

Lineage. — FRANCIS  BONYNGE,  m.  1779,  Miss  Wickham,  of  co. 
Meath,  and  by  her  (who  d.  6  Jan.  1835)  had  issue, 

1.  Francis.  2.  John. 

3.  THOMAS.  4.  William. 

Mr.  Bonynge  d.  Jan.  1824.     His  son, 

THOMAS  BONYNGE,  of  Ranelagh,  m.  22  Dec.  1834,  Louisa  Selena 
Taylor,  of  London,  and  d.  Feb.  1892,  having  by  her  (who  d.  March, 
1878)  had  issue, 

1.  CHARLES  WILLIAM,  of  Prince's  Gate. 

2.  Thomas. 

3.  Arthur  (Rev.),  M.A.,  D.D.,  R.D.,  Rector  of  Kilfarboy,  co. 
Clare,  tn.   ist,  Lydia  Kennedy.     He  m.  2ndly,  5  June,   1895, 
Elenor  Bonynge,  3rd  dau.  of  the  late  John  Frederick  Knipe, 
M.D.,  F.R.C.S.I.,  &c.,  of  Beneavin  House,  Glasnevin,  co.  Dublin. 
He  d.  17  Nov.  1910,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Arthur  Francis,  b.  24  Aug.  1896. 

2.  Frederick  Charles,  b.  15  June,  iqoo. 

4.  Francis  George,  M.D.,  L.R.C.S.I.,  d.  1901. 

5.  Walter  Alfred. 
1.  Isabella,  d.  1906. 

Arms — Arg.,  two  bars  gu.,  each  charged  with  as  many  escallops 
or  ;  on  a  chief  indented  az.,  an  annulet  of  the  third.  Crest — An 
ostrich  ppr.,  charged  with  an  escallop  sa.,  and  holding  in  the  beak 
a  key  of  the  same.  Motto — Virtute  decoratus. 

Residence— 42,  Prince's  Gate,  S.W. 


BORROWES.    See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  BORROWES, 
Bart. 


BOTJRCHIER    OF    DROMLINE    AND 
ARDINODE. 

HERBERT  FRANCIS  BOURCHIER,  of  Dromline, 
Crosderry,  Knockalough  and  Craherabeg,  co.  Clare, 
and  of  Ardinode  and  Loughbritogue,  co.  Kildare, 
B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  7  Feb.  1868. 


IRELAND. 


Bourchier. 


.Lineage. — This  branch  of  the  Bourchier  family  went  to 
Ireland  in  1690.  THOMAS  BOURCHIER,  of  King's  Sutton,  Northants, 
an  officer  in  King  William's  Dragoons,  settled  at  Craig,  co.  Tip- 
perary ;  m,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Lieut.  James  Maxwell,  and  had, 
with  other  issue,  an  elder  son, 

HENRY  BOURCHIER,  m.  the  dau.  of  —  Watson,  of  Caherhenley, 
co.  Clare,  and  had,  with  two  other  sons,  William  and  Thomas, 
who  both  d.  unm.,  an  eldest  son, 

WATSON  BOURCHIER,  who  m.  Miss  McNamara,  and  had,  with 
other  issue,  an  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BOURCHIER,  of  Elm  Hill,  Broadford,  co.  Clare,  m.  ist,  the 
dau.  of  Hugh  Ingoldsby  Massey,  and  by  her  had  a  son, 

1.  Hugh,  d.  young. 

He  m.  zndly,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Terence  McMahon,  of  Ballykilty, 
co.  Clare,  whose  estates  were  forfeited,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

2.  John,  Maj.-Gen.  R.A.,  commanded  the  Artillery  at  the  taking 
of  the  French  West  India  Islands  of  Martinique,  St.  Lucia  and 
Les  Saintes  under  Sir  Charles  Grey  in   1793.     He  afterwards 
commanded   the   Cork   District ;    m.    Mary,    dau.    of   Thomas 
Macnamara,  of  Ardcloney,  co.  Clare,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Daniel  Macnamara,  Maj.   R.A.,  served  in  the  Peninsular 
War  (despatches  after  Badajos)  and  at  Waterloo  ;    m.  Mary, 
dau.  and  heiress  of  James  Wilson,  of  Dunboyne  Castle,  co. 
Meath,  and  had  issue. 

2.  Thomas  (Sir),  K.C.B.,  Adm.  R.N.,  Commandant  of  Chatham 
Dockyard,  served  in  China   1841  ;    m.   Jane,  dau.   of  Adm. 
Sir  Edward  Codrington,  and  had  a  son  John,  d.  young. 

3.  Plunket,  Col.  Royal  Welsh  Fus. 
3*  THOMAS,  of  whom  we  treat. 

John  Bourchier  was  killed  in  a  duel  at  eighty  years  of  age.  His 
youngest  son, 

THOMAS  BOURCHIER,  of  Killiney  Castle,  co.  Dublin,  Clerk  of  the 
Crown  and  Hanaper  and  Usher  of  the  Black  Rod  in  the  Irish  House 
of  Commons,  m.  Dorothea,  dau.  of  Rev.  —  Hadlock,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Dorothea,  m.  Rev.  J.  R.  Hodson,  and  had  issue. 

2.  Lucy,  m.   Rev.   Dr.   Magrath,  Bishop  of  Jamaica,  and  had 
issue. 

3.  Annie,  m.  Rev.  P.  Bolton. 

4.  Caroline,  m.  —  FitzGerald,  and  had  issue. 

5.  Mary,  d.  unm.  6.  Elizabeth,  d.  unm. 
The  only  son, 

JOHN  BOURCHIER,  of  Smithville,  Nenagh,  co.  Tipperary,  and 
Killiney  Castle,  co.  Dublin,  Barrister-at-Law,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of 
Richard  Townshend  Herbert,  of  Cahirnane,  co.  Kerry  (see  that 
family),  and  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  John,  d.  unm.  3.  Herbert,  d.  unm. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Alexander  Gordon,  ist  Royal  Regt.,  and  had  issue. 

2.  Annie,    m.   Deputy   Surg.-Gen.    Henry  Day   Fowler.   Bengal 
Army,  and  had  issue. 

3.  J  ane,  m.  Capt.  Mundell,  and  had  issue. 

4.  Elizabeth,    m.    Henry  Bayly,  of  Donnybrook,  co.  Tipperary, 
and  had  issue. 

6.  Lavinia,  m.   Henry  Badcock,  of  Ballinware,  co.  Tipperary, 
and  had  issue. 

The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BOURCHIER,  of  Crosthwaite  Park,  Kingstown,  b.  29  Sept. 
1826  ;  m.  4  May,  1861,  Henrietta  Octavia,  dau.  of  Rev.  John 
Delmege,  of  Rathbranagh,  co.  Limerick  (see  DELMEGE  of  Rathkeale). 
He  d.  19  Aug.  1895,  having  had  issue, 

1.  John  Herbert,*.  28  April,  1866. 

2.  HERBERT  FRANCIS,  his  heir. 

1.  Maria  Anna  Herbert.  2.  Edith  Geraldine  Herbert. 

Residence — Dromline,  Foxrock,  co.  Dublin. 


BOURCHIEB    OF  BAGGOTSTOWN. 

HENRY  JAMES  BOURCHIER,  of  Baggotstown,  co* 
Limerick,  b.  14  Aug.  1842  ;  m.  5  March,  1867,  Nina 
Darley,  eldest  dau.  of  the  Rev.  John  Leech,  D.D., 
of  Mitchelstown  (see  LEECH  of  Cloonconra),  and  has 
had  issue, 

1.  John  de  Louvain,  6.  6  Sept.  1868  ;  d.  an  infant. 

4.  CLAUD  JAMES  HENRY  ST.  JOHN,  b.  6  Aug.  1875  >'    m-  Io  Oct. 
1911,  Alice  Renee,  elder  dau.  of  H.  B.  Rowan,  late  of  Braiswick 
Lodge,  Colchester. 

3.  Wilfrid  la  Rive,  B.A.  (Rev.),  b.  22  March,  1884. 

1.  Florence  Mary,  m.  Rev.  Arthur  Davis,  B.D. 

2.  Harriet  Nina,  m.  16  Aug.  1899,  Rev.  Alexander  Duff  Moore 
(see  MOORE  of  Moore  Lodge). 

3.  Clare  Farran.  4.  Frances  Chadwick. 

5.  Irene  Sara.  6.  Cicely  Charlotte. 
Lineage. — The  estate  of  Baggotstown  was  acquired   by  JOHN 

BOURCHIER  some  time  subsequent  to   the  attainder  of   Thomas, 
Baggot,  of  that  place,  in  1651. 

JOHN  BOURCHIER,  b.  1664,  of  Baggotstown  and  Kilcullane,  co. 
Limerick,  and  Maidenhall,  co.  Cork,  was  possessed  of  several 
estates  in  those  counties,  which  he  divided  between  his  sons.  He 
m.  Faith,  dau.  of  O'Grady,  of  Kilballyowen,  co.  Limerick,  by 
Frances  bis  wife,  dau.  of  John  Anketell,  and  the  Lady  Lucy  Anketcll. 
dau.  of  Mervyn,  2nd  Earl  of  Castlehaven  and  i2th  Lord  Audley, 
of  Heleigh,  and  by  her  (who  was  maternally  roth  in  descent  from 
the  marriage  of  Sir  William  Bourchier,  Count  of  Eu,  with  Anne 
Plantagenet,  dau.  and  heir  of  Thomas  of  Woodstock,  youngest  son 
of  EDWARD  III)  had  issue, 


1.  Thomas,  d.s.p. 

2.  James,  of  Kilcullane,  on  whom  that  estate  was  settled  by  will 
of  his  father,  dated  1739,  m.  1740,  Mary,  dau.  of  Michael  Bevan, 
of  Camas,  and  had  issue, 

James,  of  Kilcullane,  m.  1769,  Martha,  dau.  of  William 
Gabbett,  of  Caherline,  co.  Limerick,  High  Sheriff  1775,  and 
had  issue, 

(1)  William,  of  Kilcullane,  s.  1808  ;  m.  Heloise,  dau.  of  Col 
Dillon,  of  co.  Roscommon,  and  niece  and  adopted  dau.  of 
Sir  Peter  Nugent,  Bart.,  and  Lady  Nugent,  of  Donore,  co. 
Westmeath,  by  whom  he  had  an  only  son,  William,  an  officer 
in  the  Army,  who  joined  with  his  father  in  the  sale  of  the 
Kilcullane  estate  to  the  ist  Viscount  Guillamore,  7  July, 
1812,  and  d.  unm. 

(2)  Joseph  Gabbett,  a  Capt.  in  the  Army,  m.  ist,  Margaret, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Franks,  of  Carrig,  by  whom  he  had  an  only 
dau.,  and  2ndly,  a  dau.  of  Capt.  John  Gabbett,  of  Shepperton, 
by  whom   he   had  issue,  Joseph  Gabbett  (Rev.),  of    Ifield, 
Kent,  who  d.  13  Dec.  1898,  having  m.  16  Dec.  1851,  Jane. 
Allen  (22,   Marina,   St.   Leonards-on-Sea),   dau.  of    Daniel 
Sullivan,  of  Fermoy  House,  co.  Cork,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

Joseph  Gabbett,  b.  30  April,  1854. 
Mary  Louise. 

(3)  Thomas,  m.  in  India,  a  niece  of  Sir  Theophilus  Metcalf, 
and  d.s.p.  1844. 

(4)  Henry,  of  Frankfort,  co.  Limerick. 

(5)  Richard,  m.  Catherine,  dau.  of  James  Bold,  and  had, 
with  other  issue, 

i.  John.  2.  Stanley. 

3.  Thomas,  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.   of  John  Bourchicr,    of 

Baggotstown. 

1.  Lucy,  m.  Lieut.  Augustus  Whymper,  R.N. 

2.  Elizabeth  Mary,  m.  9  Jan.  1851,  Maj.-Gen.  Sir  Archi- 
bald Edward  Harbord  Anson,  R.A.,  K.C.M.G.,  nephew  of 
the  ist  Viscount  Anson.    She  d.  23  Sept.  1891,  having  had 
issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  ANSON,  Bart.). 

3.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Lucy,  m.  Richard  Lane,  of  Kilderry. 

2.  Mary,  m.  her  cousin  Richard  Anketell. 

John  Bourchier  d.  aged  80,  in  1744.     His  3rd  son, 

JOHN  BOURCHIER,  of  Baggotstown,  Oakfield,  and  Maidenhall, 
s.  to  those  properties  on  his  father's  death  1744.     He  m.  Arabella, 
dau.  of  James  Mason,  of  Cooleen,  co.  Limerick,  and  had  issue, 
1.  JAMES  JOHN,  his  heir. 

1.  Arabella,  m.  John  Boles  Reeves,  of  Belfort,  co.  Cork,  and  was 
grandmother  of  William  Reeves,  Bishop  of  Down. 

2.  Faith,  m.  Henry  Gabbett. 

His  will  is  dated  i  Oct.  1774.     His  son, 

JAMES  J  OHN  BOURCHIER,  of  Baggotstown,  m.  30  Aug.  1766,  Mary, 
dau.  of  Joseph  Gubbins,  of  Kilfrush,  co.  Limerick,  by  whom  he  had 
issue, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  James,  B.A.,  who,  after  a  distinguished  University  career, 
entered  the  Army,  and  d.  whilst  serving  as  senior  Capt.  of  his 
Regt.  (Royal  York  Fusiliers)  in  Jamaica. 

8.  Henry,  Lieut.-Col.  Royal  Irish  Artillery,  d.  unm. 

4.  Joseph  Gubbins,  d.  unm. 

i.  Mary,  d.  young.  2.  Anne,  d.  young. 

3.  Elizabeth,  m.  John  Sherlock,  of  Ballydeigue. 
He  was   s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BOURCHIER,  of  Baggotstown,  Lieut.  58th  Regt.,  m.  10  Aug. 
1797,  Charlotte,  4th  dau.  of  William  Chadwick,  of  Ballinard,  by 
Christiana  his  wife,  sister  of  Sir  John  Craven  Garden,  Bart.,  of 
Templemore  Abbey,  co.  Tipperary,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  John  James  Stephen,  d.  an  infant. 

1.  Christiana,  m.  Richard  Eaton,  J.P.,  and  had  issue,  Richard, 
J.Pj  co.  Limerick,  m.  Clara,  dau.  of  John  Netterville  Barren,  J.P. 

2.  Marianne,  m.  Thomas,  eldest  son  of  Henry  Grove  Grady,  of 
Bellwood,  co.  Tipperary,  by  Mary  Margaret  his  wife,  only  dau. 
and  heiress  of  Thomas  Lidwill,  of  Clonmore  (see  LIDWILL  of 
Dromard),  and  great-granddau.  of  Gerald,  24th  Lord  Kingsale. 

8.  Charlotte,  m.  her  cousin  William  Chadwick,  of  Ballinard,  and 
d.s.p.  17  Jan.  1874.  4.  Sophia,  d.  unm. 

5.  Elizabeth,  m.  Thomas  Bourchier,  d.s.p.    6.  Clarinda,  d.  unm. 
|  Mr.  Bourchier  d.  1845,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

JOHN  BOURCHIER,  of  Baggotstown,  co.  Limerick,  J.P.,  B.A.  Trin. 

,  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  1811  ;  s.  1845  ;  m.  9  July,  1833,  Sarah,  eldest  dau. 

I  and  eventually  co-heir  of  David  Aher,  of  Castlecomer,  co.  Kil- 
kenny, by  Susan  his  wife,  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Capt.  W.  C.  Wilkinson, 
of  Castlecomer,  and  niece  of  Sir  Henry  Wilkinson,  K.C.,  of  Corballis, 
co.  Dublin,  and  had  issue, 

1.  John,  d.  young. 

2.  HENRY  JAMES,  now  of  Baggotstown. 

3.  William,  d.  an  infant. 

4.  Richard  Eaton,  late  Lieut,  ist  Royal  Scots,  m.  10  Aug.  1876, 
Geraldine  Amelia  Beamish  (d.  24  July,  1909),  dau.  of  Right  Hon. 
and  Most   Rev.  Thomas  Stuart  Townshend,   D.D.,   Bishop   of 
Meath,  and  has  issue, 

John  Somerset  Townshend,  b.  June,  1877. 

5.  James  David,  F.R.G.S.,  of  La  Rive,  Castlecomer,  co.  Kilkenny, 
late  of  the  Inner  Temple,  M.A.  Camb.  (King's  Coll.),  where  he 
graduated  as  first  class  classic,  1876  ;  is  Grand  Officer  of  the  Order 
of  Prince  Danilo  of  Montenegro,  Commander  of  the  Order  of  the 
Saviour  of  Greece,  and  Officer  of  the  Order  of  St.  Alexander  of 
Bulgaria  (Athenczum,  St.  James'  and  New  University  Clubs). 

6.  William  Chadwick  (Rev.),  M.A.,  Rector  of   Knockaney,  cp. 
Limerick,  Chaplain  to  the  Marquess  Camden,  and  late  Chaplain 
Royal  Navy,  b.  28  Feb.  1852  ;    m.  23  March,  1889,  Katharine 
Christian,    dau    of   Cathcart  Thomson,   J.P.,   of    Pine    Wood, 


Bourke. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


64 


Halifax,  N.S.,  and  granddau.  of  the  Hon.  Joseph  Howe,  Lieut.- 
Governor  of  Nova  Scotia,  and  has  issue, 

Cathcart  Charles  William,  Lieut.  R.N.,  b.  20  Jan.  1890. 

1,  Susan,  d.  young. 

2.  Charlotte    Sophia,    m.    Aug.    1863,    Richard    Austin   Cooper 
Chadwick,  of  Ballinard,  co.  Tipperary,  2nd  son  of  Samuel  Cooper, 
J.P.,of  Killenure  Castle,  in  the  same  co.  (see  COOPER  of  KUlenure 
and  CHADWICK  of  BaHinard),  who  assumed  the  additional  name 
and  arms  of  CHADWICK  by  Royal  Sign  Manual,  dated  15  Jan.  1855. 

Mr.  Bourchier  d.  24  May,  1885. 

Seat — Baggotstown  House,  Kilmallock,  co.  Limerick.     Residence 
— Melbrooke,  Clonmel,  co.  Tipperary. 


BOURKE  OF  THORNFIELDS. 

RICHARD  VANDELEUR  BOURKE,  of  Thornfields,  co. 
Limerick,  b.  1884  ;  s.  his  father  17  May,  1910. 

Lineage.— RICHARD  BOURKE,  of  Dromsally,  co.  Limerick,  d. 
in  1734,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

RICHARD  BOURKE,  of  Dromsally,  who  was  three  times  married, 
and  d.  1761,  leaving,  by  his  first  wife,  Sarah,  a  son, 

1.  JOHN,  of  Shallee,  co.  Tipperary,  who  m.  Lucia  Parker,  and  d. 
leaving,  with  two  daus.,  one  son, 

JOHN,  of  whom  hereafter. 

Mr.  Richard  Bourke  m.  2ndly,  Mary,  dau.  of  James  Donellan,  of 
Johnstown,  co.  Meath,  and  had  another  son, 

2.  RICHARD   (Sir),  of  Castle  Connell,  who  assumed  the  original 
surname  of  DE  BURGHO,  and  was  created  a  Baronet  of  Ireland 
16  June,  1785.     Sir  Richard  m.  ist,  15  Jan.  1755,  Frances,  eldest 
dau.  of  Daniel  Webb,  of  Meadstown,  co.  Limerick,  by  whom  he  had 
two  daus., 

1.  Frances,  m.  John  Blake,  of  Ross,  co.  Clare. 

2.  Maria  Theresa,  m.  John  MacNamara,  of  Smiths  town,  in  the 
same  co. 

Sir  Richard  m.  2ndly,  1781,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Anthony  Dwyer, 
of  Singleton,  co.  Limerick,  and  d.  1790,  leaving  two  sons, 

1.  SIR  RICHARD,  2nd  bart.,  d.  unm.  1834. 

2.  SIR   JOHN    ALLEN,  3rd    bart.,  m.  ist,  the  sister  of  Gen. 
Gage  John  Hall,  but  by  her  had  no  issue  ;  and  2ndly,  in  1820, 
Anna  Matilda,  eldest  dau.  of  Richard  Waller,  of  Castle  Waller, 
and  d.  1839,  leaving, 

(i)  SIR  RICHARD  DONELLAN  DE  BURGHO,  4th  bart.,  b.  i 
April,  1821  ;  m.  8  Aug.  1844,  Catherine,  dau.  of  Brooke 
Brasier,  of  Ballyellis,  co.  Cork,  and  d.s.p.  1873,  when  the 
title  became  extinct. 

3.  William  Henry  Frederick  Waller,  d.s.p.  1848. 

1.  Maria  Theresa,  d.  31  Oct.  1846. 

2.  Elizabeth,  d.  23  Dec.  1849.  3.  Frances. 

4.  Isabella.  5-  Joanna  Allen. 

Mr.  Bourke  was  s.  by  his  grandson,  the  son  of  his  eldest  son  by  his 
ist  wife, 

JOHN  BOURKE,  of  Shallee,  tn.  1775,  Anne,  dau.  of  Edmund  Ryan, 
of  the  city  of  Dublin,  and  of  Boscobel,  co.  Tipperary,  and  by  her 
(who  d.  1837)  had  issue, 

1.  RICHARD,  his  heir. 

2.  Edmund,  d.  young.  3.  John,  d.  young. 

1.  Frances  Emma,  m.  Rev.  Heneage  Horsley,  only  son  of  the 

Right  Rev.  Samuel  Horsley,  D.D.,  Lord  Bishop  of  St.  Asaph. 

She  d.  1821,  leaving  issue. 
Mr.  Bourke  d.  1795.     His  eldest  son, 

LIEUT.-GEN.  SIR  RICHARD  BOURKE,  K.C.B.,  of  Thornfields,  co. 
Limerick,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1839,  b.  4  May,  i777  J  m.  i  March, 
1800,  Elizabeth  Jane,  youngest  dau.  of  John  Bourke,  of  Carshalton, 
Surrey,  Receiver-General  of  the  Land  Tax  for  Middlesex  (of  the 
BOURKES  of  Urey),  and  by  her  (who  d.  7  May,  1832)  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  b.  ii  Feb.  1803  ;  d.  iy  Nov.  1868. 

2.  RICHARD,  of  Thornfields. 

1.  Mary  Jane,  m.  1827,  Dudley  Montagu  Perceval,  C.B.,  4th  son 
of  the  Right  Hon.  Spencer  Perceval,  Chancellor  ol  the  Exchequer, 
and  had  issue. 

2.  Anne,  m.  1833,  Sir  Edward  Deas  Thompson,  Colonial  Secre- 
tary in  New  South  Wales,  2nd  son  of  Sir  Johu  Thompson,  K.C.H., 
formerly  a  Commissioner  of  the  Navy,  and  had  issue. 

3.  Frances,  m.  1831,  Rev.  John  Jebb,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Peterstow, 
Ross,  co.  Hereford,  eldest  son  of  the  Hon.  Richard  Jebb,  a  Justice 
of  the  King's  Bench,  Ireland,  and  d.  15  Jan.  1866. 

4.  Georgina,  d.  young.  5.  Lucy,  d.  1822,  unm. 

Sir  Richard  Bourke,  a  distinguished  officer,  was  Lieutenant-Gover- 
nor  of  the  Cape  of  Good  Hope  from  1825  to  1828,  and  Govern or- 
in-Chief  of  New  South  Wales  and  Van  Diemen's  Land  from  1831  to 
Dec.  1837.  He  d.  12  Aug.  1855,  and  was  s.  by  his  2nd  son, 

RICHARD    BOURKE,   of   Thornfields,    co.    Limerick,    J.P.,    D.L., 
b.  30  May,  1812,  Barrister-at-Law,  and  Local  Government  Inspector  : 
of  O'Grady  of    Kilballyowen,  co. 
leaving  by  her  (who  d.  1878)  issue, 


m.   10   Oct.   1844,  Anne,  dau.  of  O'Grady  of    Kilballyowen,  co. 
Limerick,  and  d.  5  April,  1904,  lea   ' 
with  three  daus.,  four  sons, 

\.  JOHN  ULICK,  late  of  Thornfields. 

2.  Richard,  Local  Government  Auditor,  b.  5  Feb.  1849;  m.  1898, 
Helena  Mary,  only  dau.  of  Daniel  Cronin-Coltsman,  of  Glenflesk 
Castle  (see  that  family). 

3.  Gerald,  late  Capt.   Horse  Artillery,  b.   19  April,   1850  ;  m. 
1882.  Blanche,  dau.  of  Gen.  Sir  William  Payn,  K.C.B. 

4.  Edmund,  Commr.  Local  Gov.  Board  (Ireland),  b.  12  Feb.  1857. 

1.  Anne   Elizabeth. 

2.  Alice  Slaney,  m.  Commander  John  Warde  Osborne,  R.N. 

3.  Una  Mary,  m.  29  Sept.  1896,  Rev.  W.  I.  Adams,  succentor  of 
St.  Mary's  Cathedral,  Limerick. 

The  eldest  "son, 


JOHN  ULICK  BOURKE,  of  Thornfields,  Barrister-at-Law,  Res. 
Magistrate  in  Ireland,  b.  8  July,  1845  ;  m.  1876,  Elizabeth  Agnes, 
dau.  of  Col.  John  Vandeleur,  late  loth  Hussars,  of  Ballinacourty,  co. 
Limerick,  and  d.  17  May,  1910,  leaving  issue, 

1.  RICHARD  VANDELEUR,  now  of  Thornfields. 

2.  Ulick  Launcelot,  b.  1888. 

1.  Slaney  Agnes.  2.  Aileen  Anne. 

Seat — Thornfields,  Lisnagry,  co.  Limerick. 


LEGGKE-BOTJRKE    OF   HAYES. 

NIGEL  WALTER 

HENRY  LEGGE- 
BOURKE,  of  Hayes,  co. 
Meath,  b.  13  Nov. 
1889,  Lieut.  Cold- 
stream  Guards,  a  Page 
of  Honour  to  H.M. 
King  Edward  VII 
1902-06.  Mr.  Legge- 
Bourke,  who  is  the 
only  son  of  Hon.  Sir 
Henry  Charles  Legge, 
K.C.V.O.  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage,  DARTMOUTH, 
E.),  by  Hon.  Amy 
Gwendoline  Lambart, 
dau.  of  Gustavus 
William  Lambart,  of 
Bean  Pare,  co.  Meath 
(see  that  family],  as- 
sumed the  name  and 
arms  of  BOURKE  by 
Royal  Licence,  26  April,  1911,  on  succeeding  to  the 
estate  of  the  Hon.  Henry  Lorton  Bourke,  of  Hayes, 
co.  Meath  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  MAYO,  E.). 

Arms— Quarterly,  ist  and  4th,  per  fess  or  and  erm.,  a  cross  gu. 
in  the  ist  quarter  a  lion  ramp.,  and  in  the  2nd  a  hand  erect  couped 
at  the  wrist,  both  sa.,  on  a  canton  gu.,  three  narcissi  pierced  arg. 
(for  BOURKE)  ;  2nd  and  3rd,  az.,  a  stag's  head  cabossed  arg.  (for 
LEGGE).  Crests — ist,  a  cat-a-mountain  sejeant  guardant  ppr., 
collared  gu.,  chained  or  (for  BOURKE)  ;  2nd,  out  of  a  ducal  crest 
coronet  a  plume  of  six  feathers  alternately  arg.  and  az.  (for  LEGUE). 
Mottoes— ist,  A  Cruce  Salus  (for  BOURKE)  ;  2nd,  Gaudet  tenta- 
mine  virtus  (for  LEGGE). 

Seat— Hayes,  Beau  Pare,  co.  Meath. 


BOTJRKE.     See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  MAYO,  E. 


BOWEN  OF  BOWEN'S  COURT. 

HENRY  CHARLES 
COLE  BOWEN,  of 
Bo  wen's  Court,  co. 
Cork,  M.A.  Trin.  Coll. 
Dublin,  Barrister-at- 
Law,  b.  21  Jan.  1862  ; 
m.  10  April,  1890, 
Florence  Isabella,  3rd 
dau.  of  the  late  Henry 
FitzGeorge  Colley,  of 
Mount  Temple,  co. 
Dublin  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage,  HARBERTON, 
V. ),  and  has  issue, 

Elizabeth    Dorothea    Cole, 

b.  7  June,  1899. 

Lineage.— This  family  is 
lineally  descended  from 
HARRY  BOWEN,  of  Court 
House,  in  Ilston,  co.  Glamor- 
gan (2nd  son  of  THEODORE 
BOWEN  AP  HARRY  BOWEN,  of 
Court  House,  to  MAENARCH, 
Lord  of  Brecknock,  i4th 
in  descent  from  CARADOC 
VRAICHVRAS),  who  d.  in  1582,  leaving  with  other  issue,  a  son, 

HENRY  BOWEN,  of  Llanellan,  co.  Glamorgan,  m.  to  Margaret,  daui. 
of  H.  Holland,  Rector  of  Cheriton.     His  son, 


IRELAND. 


Bowen. 


HENRY  BOWEN,  a  Colonel  in  Cromwell's  army,  was  the  first  of 
this  family  who  settled  in  Ireland.  He  m.  ist,  Anne,  dau.  and 
heir  of  Henry  Mansell,  by  whom  he  had,  with  other  issue, 

JOHN,  whos.  him. 

He  m.  andly,  Katherine,  dau.  of  William  Price,  of  Gellihir,  and  d. 
at  Farrihy,  co.  Cork,  1658  (his  will  is  dated  18  Dec.  1658,  and  proved 
10  Feb.  1658-59),  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BOWEN,  of  Farrihy,  m.  1660,  Mary,  dau.  and  heir  of  John 
Nicholls,  of  Kilbolane,  co.  Cork,  Capt.  in  the  Army,  and  had  issue, 
three  sons  and  two  daus.  He  d.  in  the  year  1718,  and  was  s.  by  his 
eldest  son, 

JOHN  BOWEN,  of  Kilbolane,  m.  ist,  1691,  Deborah,  dau.  of  Arthur 
Hyde,  of  Castle  Hyde,  co.  Cork,  by  whom  he  had  no  issue.  He  m. 
andly,  i6g'5,  Catherine,  dau.  of  Richard  Stephens,  of  Newcastle,  co. 
Limerick,  and  d.  1720,  having  by  her  had  (with  two  daus.), 

1.  HENRY,  of  Kilbolane. 

2.  JOHN,  of  Carrigadrohid,  co.  Cork,  m.  1724,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Rev.  D.  Chidley  Coote,  and  had  issue, 

John,  of  Carrigadrohid  Castle  and  Oak  Grove,  m.  ist,  Katberine, 
dau.  of  Angel  Scott,  of  Cahircon,  co.  Clare,  and  by  her  had 
issue, 

(1)  Katherine,  m.  James  Barry. 

(2)  Jane,  m.  1777,  John  Colthurst,  of  Dripsey  Castle,  and  had 
issue  (see  that  family). 

(3)  Margaret,  m.  18  Dec.  1787,  Robert  Warren    Gumbleton, 
of  Fort  William  Park,  co.  Waterford,  and  Glanatore,  co. 
Cork,  and  had  issue. 

He  m.  andly,  1797,  Anne,  dau.  of  Benjamin  White,  of  Bride- 
park,  co.  Cork,  and  d.  1824,  having  by  her  (who  was  bur.  15  Oct. 
1850)  had, 

(i)  John,  of  Carrigadrohid  and  Oak  Grove",  b.  15  Jan.  1798  ; 

m.  3  June,  1819,  Mary,  dau.  and  heir  of  William  Honner,  of 

Roundhill,  co.    Cork,  and    d.  g   May,  1870,  having  by  her 

(who  was  bur.  12  March,  1862)  had  issue, 

1.  John,  of  Oak  Grove,  b.  27  May,  1824  ;  m.  ist,  by  licence 
dated   20   May,    1847,   Mary   Isabella   Beamish,   dau.   of 
Ma?.  Adderley    Beamish-Bernard,  of    Palace    Ann    and 
Kilcoleman  House,  co.  Cork.      She    d.s.p.    March,    1865. 
He  m.  andly,  Dora  Anne,  dau.  of  Abraham  Cross,  of  Cork, 
and  d.s.p.  24  May,  1873. 

2.  William  Honner,  b.  16  July,  1827;    d.  ttnm.  17  July, 
1864. 

3.  Edward  Riggs  White,  b.  10  Aug.  1835  ;  d.  unm.  Aug. 
1873. 

4.  Robert   Walter   Travers,  of    Oak  Grove,  and  Dripsey 
Castle,  co.  Cork,  b.  16  March    1840,  assumed   by  Royal 
Licence,  1882,  the  additional  surname  and  arms  of  COL- 
THURST ;    m.  15  Aug.  1878,  Georgina  de  Bellasis,  dau.  of 
Alfred  Greer,  of  Dripsey  House,  by  Peggy  his  wife,  dau. 
of  John  Colthurst,  of  Dripsey  Castle,  and  d.  1 6  Nov.  1896, 
leaving  issue  (see  BOWEN-COLTHURST  of  Dripsey). 

1.  Wilhelmina  Maria,  d.  unm.  15  Nov.  1890. 

2.  Anne  White,  d.  unm.  17  April,  1889. 

3.  Eliza  Travers,  of  Coolalta,  co.  Cork,  d.'unm.  Nov.  1910. 

4.  Catherine  Jane,  d.  an  infant. 

5.  Mary,  d.  an  infant. 

6.  Frances  Mary,  m.  James  Gartside,  and  has  issue. 

7.  Mary  Sarah,  d.  unm.  9  April,  1869. 

8.  Helena  Jane  Travers,  m.  8  Aug.  1867,  William  Boyle 
Moore,  of  Borleigh,  co.  Cork. 

3.  Stephens. 
The  eldest  son, 

HENRY  BOWEN,  of  Kilbolane,  co.  Cork,  m.  1716,  Jane,  only 
child  and  heir  of  Robert  Cole,  of  Ballymackey,  co.  Tipperary,  and 
by  her  had  issue,  a  dau.,  Catherine  Bowen,  and  a  son, 

'HENRY  COLE  BOWEN,  of  Bowen's  Court,  m.  6  Jan.  1760,  his  ist 
cousin  Margaret,  dau.  of  Ralph  Warter  Wilson,  and  d.  March,  1788, 
having  had  by  her  (who  d.  1802)  eight  sons  and  six  daus., 

1.  HENRY  COLE,  of  Bowen's  Court. 
1     2.  John,  m.  Martha  Randall,  and  d.s.p. 

3.  Ralph,  m.  1804,  Mary,  dau.  of  Edmund  Doherty,  of  Mount 
Bruis,  co.  Tipperary,  and  had  issue, 

i.  Henry,  m.  Anne  Jane,  dau.  of  Hampden  Ely,  and  had, 
(i)  Ralph,  d.s.p.  (2)  Hampden,  d.  unm. 

(3)  Henry,  d.  unm. 

(1)  Anne,  m.  Francis  B.  Cole  Metge,  of  Sion,  co.  Meath. 

(2)  Mary. 

2    Edmond,  m.  Miss  Lysaght.  and  had  a  son,  Edmond. 

3.  Charles,  d.  1889,  leaving  issue. 

i.  Jane.  2.  Mary,  m.  Ven.  Archdeacon  Pryce  Peacock. 

3.  Elizabeth,  m.  Col.  H.  E.  F.  B.  Sidley. 

4.  Robert,  m.  i  Feb.  1806,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William  Galwey. 
and  d.  10  May,  1827,  having  by  her  (who  d.  1861)  had  issue, 

1.  HENRY  COLE,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Robert  Cole,  Barrister-at-Law,  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Joseph 
Mason,  of  Cooline,  co.  Limerick. 

3.  Edward,  bapt.  30  Oct.  1817  ;  d.s.p. 

i.  Elizabeth,  bapt.  15  Oct.  1824  ;  m.  Matthew  Braddell. 

5.  Nicholls,  m.  Brianna,  dau.  of  Robert  Travers,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Henry;    2.  Robert;    3.  Nicholls;   4.  John;  and  i.  Brianna; 

2.  Mary ;    3.  Catherine. 

6.  William,  d.  unm. 

7.  Stephens,  m.  and  had  two  sons,  i.  Henry ;    2.  Stephens. 

8.  Edward,  d.s.p. 

1.  Jane,  m.  Rev.  William  Berkley. 

2.  Thomasine,  m.  Hon.  George  Jocelyn  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage, 
RODEN,  E.).     She  d.  15  Oct.  1818.     He  d.  leaving  issue. 

3.  Catherine,  m.  John  Wight. 

4.  Margaret,  m.  ist,  1798,  William  Perry,  and  2ndly,  — Maunsell. 

5.  Henrietta,  m.  John  Metge,  M.P.,  of  Athlumney,  and  had  issue. 
(see  METGE  of  Athlumney). 

I.L.G 


6.  Isabella,  m.  7  Jan.  1830,  Edward  Sheffield  Cassan. 
The  eldest  son, 

HENRY  COLE  BOWEN,  of  Bowen's  Court,  m.  1789,  Catherine,  dau. 
of  Henry  Prittie  (afterwards  Lord  Dunalley),  and  d.s.p.  1837,  when 
he  was  s.  by  his  nephew, 

HENRY  COLE  BOWEN,  of  Bowen's  Court,  J.P.,  b.  28  Jan.  1808  ; 
m.  7  March,  1829,  Eliza  Wade  (d.  18  May,  1868),  dau.  of  St.  John 
Galwey,  M.D.,  of  Mallow,  and  d.  15  Sept.  1841,  having  had  issue, 

1.  ROBERT  ST.  JOHN  COLE,  late  of  Bowen's  Court. 

2.  Henry  Cole,  Capt.  R.A.  ,b.  29  March,  1838  ;  d  27  Sept.  1874. 

1.  Sarah  Cole,  m.  8  Feb.  1859,  Rev.  Brabazon  T.  Disney,  M.A., 
who  d.  1902. 

2.  Anne  Cole. 

3.  Henrietta  Cole,  m.  15  Sept.  1863,  her  cousin,  Arthur  Gethin 
Creagh,  and  has  issue. 

The  elder  son, 

ROBERT  ST.  JOHN  COLE  BOWEN,  of  Bowen's  Court,  J.P.  cos. 
Cork  and  Tipperary,  High  Sheriff  for  the  latter  co.  1865,  Capt.  87th 
South  Cork  Light  Infantry,  M.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  13  Aug. 
1830 ;  m.  ist,  3  Dec.  1860,  Elizabeth  Jane,  2nd  dau.  of  Charles 
Clarke,  D.L.,  of  Graiguenoe  Park,  co.  Tipperary,  and  by  her  (who 
d.  20  Aug.  1881)  had  issue, 

1.  HENRY  CHARLES  COLE,  now  of  Bowen's  Court. 

2.  Robert  Cole,  b.  9  April,  1863  ;   Capt.  Essex  Regt. ;  d.  3  Aug. 
1894. 

3.  Charles  Otway  Cole,  D.S.O.,  Major  R.E.,  served  in  S.  African 
War  1899-1901  (despatches  twice,  D.S.O.),  b.  30  Aug.  1867 ;    d. 
unm.  18  March,  1910. 

4.  Edward  Neville  Cole,  b.  and  d.  1870. 

5.  St.  John  Cole,  Res.  Magistrate  O.R.  Colony,  b.  20  Sept.  1872  ; 
m.  1903,  Winifred,  dau.  of  Edward  Rosslein,  of  Winburg,  O.R. 
Colony,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Robert  Edward  Cole,  b.  1904. 

2.  Henry  Cole,  b.  1906. 

6.  Arthur  Marshal  Cole,  b.  3  Dec.  1873  ;  d.  17  Jan.  1874. 

7.  Mervyn  William  Cole,  b.  4  March,  1875  ;  m.  March,  1901,  Mary 
Florence,  dau.  of  John  Wild,  of  Rhyl,  co.  Flint. 

8.  William  Walter  Travers  Cole,  b.  24  Feb.  and  d.  29  May,  1077 

1.  Sarah  Frances  Cole. 

2.  Elizabeth  Harriet  Mary  Cole,  d.  27  Oct.  1865. 

3.  Anne  Marcella  Cole.  4.  Mary  Elizabeth  Cole. 
5.  Elizabeth  Constance  Cole. 

He  m.  2ndly,  Nov.  1882,  Georgiana  Constance  Antoinette  (who 
d.s.p.  8  July,  1886),  4th  dau.  of  Charles  Garden  Mansergh,  of  Clifford, 
co.  Cork,  and  d.  28  July,  1888,  when  he  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son. 

Arms — Az.,  a  stag  lodged  arg.,  attired  or,  and  vulned  in  the 
back,   with    an   arrow   gu.     Crest — A  hawk   close   ppr. 
Cautus  a  futuro. 

Seat— Bowen's  Court,  Kildorrery,  co.  Cork. 


BOWEN  OF  HOLLYMOUNT. 

THE  HON.  AND  REV. 
WILLIAM  EDWARD 
BOWEN,  of  Holly- 
mount,  co.  Mayo,  M.A. 
Balliol  Coll.  Oxford, 
6.  Nov.  1862  ;  m. 
1890,  Catharine,  dau. 
of  the  late  Rev.  Canon 
Morse,  Vicar  of  St. 
Mary's,  Nottingham. 

Lineage.—  WILLIAM 
BOWEN,  of  Hollymount,  co. 
Mayo,  m.  Sarah  Blake  and 
had  two  sons, 

1.  CHRISTOPHER,  his  heir. 

2.  William,       m.       Ellen 
Burke,  and  d.  1786,  leaving 
a  son, 

CHRISTOPHER,    of  whom 
hereafter. 
The  elder  son, 

CHRISTOPHER  BOWEN,  of 
Hollymount  m<  Anne  Allen, 
but  by  her  had  no  male  issue  ;  his  dau. 

Anne,  m.  Anthony  Elwood,  of  Annefield,  co.  Mayo,  and  had  a 

son,  Anthony  Elwood,  who  assumed  the  surname  of  BOWEN. 
Mr.  Bowen  d.   1812.     His  nephew, 

CHRISTOPHER  BOWEN,  J.P.,  of  Hollymount,  m.  1800,  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Croasdaile  Miller,  of  Milford,  and  by  her  (who  d.  Jan.  1815), 
had  issue, 

1.  CHRISTOPHER  (Rev.),  his  heir. 

2.  Croasdaile  of  Milford,  assumed  by  Royal  Licence,  dated  i  Feb. 
1812,  the  surname  and  arms  of  MILLER  (see  MILLER  of  Milford). 

3.  Charles,  b.  15  May,  1804  ;  m.  19  Nov.  1829,  Georgiana,  dau.  of 
Joseph  Lambert,  of  Brookhill,  co.  Mayo,  and  d.  3  April,  1871, 
leaving  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Colonial  Gentry).     She  d.  n  Aug.  1902, 

4.  Robert,  m.  Jane,  dau.  of  Edward  R.  Courtenay,  of  Drumselk, 
co.  Down,  and  d.  1882.     She  d.  same  year,  leaving  issue. 

5    William    d.  unm.  6.  Edward  George,  dt  unm.  1873. 

1.  Anne,  d.  unm.  1876.  2.  Eliza  Louisa,  d.  1834. 

Mr.  Bowen  d.  Aug.  1828,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 


Bowen. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


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REV.  CHRISTOPHER  BOWEN,  M.A.,  of  Hollymount,  and  Heather- 
wood,  Isle  of  Wight,  formerly  Rector  of  St.  Thomas,  Winchester, 
b.  16  Oct.  1801  ;  m.  17  Jan.  1834,  Katherine  Emily,  dau.  of  Sir 
Richard  Steele,  3rd  bart.  of  Hampstead,  and  d.  1890,  having  by  her 
(who  d.  i  Feb.  1902)  had  issue, 

1.  CHARLES  SYNGE  CHRISTOPHER,  late  of  Hollymount. 

2.  Edward  Ernest,  M.A.,  late  Fellow  of  Trin.  Coll.  Camb.,  and 
Senior  Assistant  Master  of  Harrow  School,  b.  March,  1836  ;  d. 
unm.  8  April,  1901. 

3.  Francis  Robert  Steele,  B.A.,  Barrister-at-Law,  took  the  addi- 
tional name  of  GRAVES,  on  his  marriage  with  Frances  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Sir  Maxwell  Steele  Graves,  Bart,  of  Mickleton  Manor, 
co.  Gloucester,  and  d.  16  July,  1876. 

The  eldest  son, 

THE  RIGHT  HON.  SIR  CHARLES  SYNGE  CHRISTOPHER  BOWEN, 
BARON  BOWEN,  of  Hollymount,  co.  Mayo,  and  of  Colwood,  Sussex, 
b.  i  Jan.  1835,  F.R.S.,  Hon.  D.C.L.  Oxford,  and  Visitor  of  Balliol 
Coll. ;  called  to  the  Bar  at  Lincoln's  Inn  1861,  appointed  Recorder 
of  Penzance  1872  ;  a  Judge  of  the  Queen's  Bench  Division  1879, 
Lord  Justice  of  Appeal  1882,  and  sworn  a  Privy  Councillor  same 
year.  In  1893  he  was  made  a  Lord  of  Appeal  in  Ordinary,  and 
was  created  a  peer  for  life  as  BARON  BOWEN,  of  Colwood.  He  m. 
Feb.  1862,  Emily  Frances,  dau.  of  James  Meadows  Rendel,  F.R.S., 
and  d.  ii  April,  1894,  leaving  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  EDWARD,  now  of  Hollymount. 

2.  Maxwell  Steele,  late  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  Derbyshire  Regt.  (Savile 
and  Royal  Automobile  Clubs),  b.  Oct.  1865. 

1.  Ethel  Kate,  b.  Nov.  1870  ;  m.  1894,  Josiah  Clement  Wedfwood, 

of  Moddershall,  Stone,  Staffs.,  M.P.  for  Newcastle-under-Lyne, 

son  of  the  late  Clement  Francis  Wedgwood,  of  Barlaston,  and  has 

issue. 

Arms — Gu.,  a  stag  trippant  arg.,  pierced  in  the  back  with 

an  arrow  and  attired  or.     Crest — A  falcon  close  ppr.  belled  or. 

Motto — Esse  quam  videri 

Residences — 119,    Barkston    Gardens,    S.W.,    and    Glenheadon, 

Totland,  Isle  of  Wight.     Club — Athenaeum. 


BOWEN     OF    MANTTJA    AND    BTJRT    HOUSE. 

EDWARD  FERGUSON  BOWEN,  of  Mantua,  co. 
Roscommon,  and  Burt  House,  co.  Donegal,  D.L. 
co.  Roscommon,  J.P.  cos.  Donegal,  Roscommon 
and  Wexford,  High  Sheriff  co.  Roscommon  1901, 
b.  1860;  m.  6  Sept.  1887,  Louisa  Frances,  elder 
dau.  and  cc-heir  of  Richard  Joseph  Grace,  of  Bruff, 
co.  Limerick,  and  nicee  of  the  late  John  Dowell 
FitzGerald  Grace,  of  Mantua  and  Gracefield  (see 
below).  Mr.  Bowen  is  the  eldest  son  of  the  late 
John  Gordon  Bowen,  J.P.,  of  Burt  House,  co. 
Donegal  (who  d.  1891),  by  Emily  Harriet  his 
wife,  dau.  of  Arthur  Willoughby  Cole-Hamilton, 
of  Beltrim  (see  that  family), 

Lineage.— OLIVER  GRACE,  of  Gracefield,  b.  1661,  eldest  son  of 
William  Grace,  of  Ballylinch  Castle,  co.  Kilkenny,  by  Ellinor  dau. 
of  Pierce  Butler  (eldest  son  of  ist  Viscount  Galmoy),  and  of 
Margaret,  dau.  of  Nicholas,  ist  Viscount  Netterville,  m.  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  John  Bryan,  of  Bawnmore,  co.  Kilkenny.  He  d.  8  June, 
1708,  and  had  issue, 

MICHAEL  GRACE,  of  Gracefield,  inherited  as  coheir-at-law  with 
his  nephew  Robert  Grace,  of  Courtstown,  the  undevised  estates  of 
the  Sheffield  family  in  Sussex,  Middlesex  and  York,  m.  Mary,  dau. 
of  John  Galway,  of  Lota  House,  co.  Cork,  and  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
William  Meade,  and  son  of  Sir  John  Meade,  ancestor  of  Earls  of 
Clanwilliam,  and  had  issue, 

1.  OLIVER,  of  Gracefield,  his  heir. 

2.  John,  d.  1777. 

3.  William,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Richard  Harford,  of  Marshfield,  co. 
Dublin,  and  ancestor  of  Grace  barcnets  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage) 

Mr.  Grace  d.  19  Feb.  1 760.    His  eldest  son, 

OLIVER  GRACE,  of  Gracefield,  m.  Mary,  dau.  and  heiress  of  John 
Dowell,  of  Montagh,  now  Mantua,  co.  Roscommon,  and  had  issue 

1.  Michael,  of  Gracefield,  d.  9  Jan.  1797,  having  m.  19  Feb.  1760 
Mary,  dau.  and   coheir  of    Nicholas  Plunket,  of  Dunsoghly   co' 
Dublin,  and  dying  25  Aug.  1785,  aged  63,  left  an  only  child, 

Alicia  Grace,  of  Gracefield,  m.  June,  1792,  Morgan  Kavanagh 
3rd  son  of  Thomas  Kavanagh,  of  Borris  House  (see  that  family)' 

2.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

Mr.  Grace  d.  24  Aug.  1782,  aged  77.     The  2nd  son, 

JOHN  GRACE,  of  Mantua,  b.   1734,  served  several  years  in  the 
Austrian  Army;    m.  3  July,  1783,  Mary  Clare,  2nd  dau.  and  co- 
heiress of  Patrick  Hussey,  of  Ardmore,  co.  Kerry,  by  whom  (who 
d.  7  Nov.  1819)  he  had  one  son  and  two  daus., 
1.  OLIVER  DOWELL  JOHN,  his  heir. 

1.  Catherine  Eliza,  m.   Aug.    1821,   Rice  Hussey,  of  Milltown 
co.  Kerry. 

2.  Maria,  a  nun,  d.  April,  1837. 

Mr.  Grace  d.  25  April,  1811,  at  the  age  of  75.     His  only  son, 

OLIVER  DOWELL  JOHN  GRACE,  of  Mantua,  and  of  Gracefield 
Queen's  Co.,  chief  of  his  house,  and  male  representative  of  the 
ancient  feudal  Lords  of  Courtstown,  late  M.P.  for  co.  Roscommon 


J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1831,  b.  19  Oct.  1791  ;  m.  3  Sept.  1819, 
Frances  Mary,  only  dau.  of  the  late  Sir  Richard  Nagle,  Bart,  of 
Jamestown,  co.  Westmeath,  by  his  ist  wife,  Catherine  FitzGerald, 
of  Punchars  Grange,  co.  Kildare,  and  by  her  (who  d.  i  June,  1828) 
had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  DOWELL  FITZGERALD,  late  of  Mantua. 

2.  Richard  Joseph,  R.M.,  of  Bruff,  co.  Limerick,  6.  8  March,  1824  ; 
m.  ist,  Nov.  1848,  Mary  Jane,  dau.  of  William  Sweetman,  of 
Raheny,  co.  Dublin,  which  lady  d.s.p.   i  Sept.   1858.     He  m. 
2ndly,  Barbara,  dau.  of  James  Taaffe,  of  Loughboy,  co.  Mayo, 
and  d.  May  1864,  leaving  by  her  two  daus.  and  coheirs, 

1.  LOUISA  FRANCES,  m.   (as    above)   6  Sept.   1887,  EDWARD 
FERGUSON  BOWEN,  of  Burt  House,  Donegal. 

2.  FRANCES  MARY,  m.  5  Oct.  1886,  Capt.  Joseph  Henry  Lachlan 
White,  D.L.,  late  5th  (Northumberland)  Fusiliers,  of  Bredfield 
House,  Woodbridge,  Suffolk  (see  WHITE  of  Gracefield). 

3.  Raymond  Joseph,  d.  13  Oct.  1831. 

1.  Mary  Clare,  m.  6  March,  1848,  Robert  Archbold,  of  Davids- 
town,  co.  Kildare,  who  d.  Feb.  1853.     She  d.  11  Aug.  1892. 
Mr.  Grace  d.  1871.     His  eldest  son, 

JOHN  DOWELL  FITZGERALD  GRACE,  of  Mantua  House,  co.  Ros- 
common, and  Gracefield,  Queen's  Co.,  J.P.  co.  Westmeath  and 
Queen's  Co.,  High  Sheriff  for  the  latter  co.  1858,  J.P.  and  D.L.  co. 
Roscommon,  High  Sheriff  1847,  b.  11  July,  1821  ;  m.  i  Feb.  1855, 
Grace,  dau.  of  Thomas  Thistlethwayte,  of  Southwick  Park,  Hants, 
by  Tryphena,  his  wife,  youngest  dau.  of  Dr.  Henry  Bathurst,  Bishop 
of  Norwich.  She  d.  1881.  He  d.s.p.  n  May,  1897,  and  was  s. 
by  his  two  nieces. 

Seats — Mantua  House,  Castlerea,  co.  Roscommon,  and  Burt 
House,  Londonderry.  Club— Kildare  Street. 


BOWEN-COLTHTJRST.     See  COLTHUBST. 


BOWLES  OF  AHERN. 

SPOTSWOOD  BOWLES,  of  Ahern,  co.  Cork,  b.  7 
Oct.  1854  ;  s.  his  uncle,  Major  George  Bowles,  in 
1886;  m.  30  Nov.  1899,  Grace  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
the  late  Sir  Edward  Hudson- Kinahan,  Bart. 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage  and  Baronetage). 

Lineage.— THOMAS  BOLES,  b.  1608 ;  who  was  settled  at 
Liscarroll,  co.  Cork,  prior  to  the  Rebellion  of  1641  ;  is  mentioned 
as  Captain  in  the  depositions  of  Col.  Richard  Townsend,  of 
Col.  John  Gifforde,  and  of  Capt.  Peter  Gary,  taken  in 
Cork  1654,  by  the  State  Commissioners,  as  one  who  did 
good  service  in  securing  the  city  for  the  English  interest 
in  1649.  He  is  styled  Captain  in  a  deposition  made  by 
himself  in  1654,  and  also  in  his  will,  dated  16  Nov.  1682,  proved  1683. 
He  was  admitted  a  freeman  of  Cork  1656.  His  brother  Richard 
Boles,  b.  1614,  had  a  grant  of  lands  confirmed  to  him  as  one  of  the 
officers  who  served  before  June  5,  1649,  in  the  Barony  of  Orrery  and 
Kilmore  and  co.  Cork,  m.  1645,  Abigail,  dau.  of  Ende  of  Cork, 
merchant,  and  made  over  his  property  by  deed  to  his  eldest  son, 
Thomas,  in  his  lifetime,  reserving  an  annuity  for  himself  and  wife. 
He  d.  1693,  buried  in  the  old  church  of  Killybraher,  where  "  The 
Tomb  of  the  Boles's  of  Moyge  "  still  remains.  He  was  the  direct 
ancestor  of  the  Rev.  James  Thomas  Boles,  A.M.,  J.P.  for  Devon, 
sometime  of  Crpwcombe  Rectory,  Somerset,  who  s.  to  Ryll  Court, 
Devon,  and  an  interest  in  Moyge,  co.  Cork,  on  the  death  of  his  uncle, 
Lieut.-Gen.  Thomas  Boles,  in  1850. 

Capt.  Thomas  Boles  had  by  Anne  his  wife  (who  was  buried  at 
Cloyne  Cathedral)  two  sons, 

1.  John,  of  Kilbree,  after  of  Inch,  had  no  son,  his  property,  which 
was  very  considerable,  went  by  his  will,  dated  22  March,  1700, 
proved  8  May,  1702,  between  his  three  daus., 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  1694,  Samuel  Hodder,  of  Fountainstown. 

2.  Anne,  m.  1700,  Randal  Warner,  of  Liscremin. 

3.  Mary,  of  Kilbree,  after  of  Inch,  who  d.  unm.  and  intestate 

2.  THOMAS,  who  carried  on  the  family. 

Capt.  Thomas  Boles  d.  26  June,  1683.     His  2nd  son, 

THOMAS  BOLES,  of  Ballinacurra,  b.  13  April,  1646  ;  m.  1682, 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Downing,  of  Broomfield,  Midleton,  co. 
Cork,  had,  with  other  issue, 

1.  Thomas,  who  had  an  eldest  son, 

Thomas,  who  inherited  the  Kilbree  and  Carrig  estates  on  the 
death  of  Mary  Boles,  his  cousin.     He  left  two  daus., 

(1)  Anne,  m.  Henry  Bowles,  of  Glenaboy  and  Youghal. 

(2)  Mary,  m.  William  Peard,  of  Peardmount. 

2.  John,  of  Woodstock,  1726,  after  of  Carringnashinny,  m.  Margery, 
dau.  of  John  Colborne,  of  Ballintubber,  will  dated  26  June,  1739, 
d.  1739,  buried  in  Cloyne,  ancestor  of  the  branches  who  resided  at 
Mogeely,  Springfield,  and  Kilmountain,  now  extinct  in  the  male 
line.  3.  ROBERT,  of  whom  presently. 

Thomas  Boles  made  his  will  12  Nov.  1698.     His  youngest  son, 

ROBERT  BOLES,  of  Springfield,  near  Tallow,  m.  ist,  1716,  Eliza- 
beth, dau.  of  John  Croker,  of  Ballyanker,  near  Lismore,  and  left  a 
son, 

1.  Jonathan,  d.s.p.m. 


IRELAND. 


Boyd. 


ie  m.  2ndly,  1731,  Katherine,  dau.  of  Richard  Benjer,  of  Springfield, 
ind  had  by  her  two  sons  and  a  dau., 

2.  Spotswood,  Col.  of  the  Bombay  Artillery,  who  was  killed  by 
one  of  his  own  guns  at  the  taking  of  a  fort  on  the  Malabar  coast, 
m.  and  d.s.p. 

3.  GEORGE,  of  whom  hereafter. 

1.  Anne,  m.  Charles  Nixon  Green,  of  Youghal. 
Robert  Boles  d.   1746.     His  youngest  son, 

GEORGE  BOLES,  afterwards  BOWLES,  of  Mountprospect,  near 
Tallow,  co.  Cork  (the  name  being  so  spelt  in  his  military  com-, 
mission  and  continued  by  him  and  his  descendants),  J.P.,  b.  1739  ; 
was  a  Lieut.  7th  Light  Dragoons  ;  m.  1764,  Dorothea,  dau.  of 
Henry  Hunt,  of  Friarstown,  co.  Limerick,  and  by  her  (who  d. 
1838,  aged  94)  left  issue, 

1.  Henry,  J.P.,  of  Glanaboy  and  Youghal,  m.  Ann,  dau.  of  Thos. 
Boles,  of  Youghal,  and  d.s.p.m.  1824,  when  his  estates  went 
between  his  daus.  and  their  issue. 

2.  George,   of   Mountprospect,  Maj.  8th  Kegt.  of   Foot,  served  | 
in  Egypt  under  Sir  Ralph  Abercromby ;   m.  ist,  Elizabeth,  dau. 
of  John  Nason,  of  Newtown,  co.  Cork;  she  d.  without  surviving 
issue  ;  and  andly,  Catherine  Jones,  dau.  of  William  Hall,  of  Bath, 
and  d.  1826,  leaving  issue,  three  sons, 

1.  George,  of  Mountprospect,  d.  15  May,  1879,   leaving  issue. 

2.  Harry,  Lieut.  H.E.I.C.S.,  d.  in  India,  14  Sept.  1864,  leaving  I 
issue. 

3.  William,  Lieut.  66th  Regt.,  d.  unm.  1879. 

3.  SPOTSWOOD,  of  whom  hereafter. 

1.  Ann,  m.  Francis  Woodley,  of  Leades,  co.  Cork,  and  had  issue. 

2.  Catherine,  m.  Lieut.-Col.  John  Creighton,  and  had  issue. 

3.  Dorothea,    m.    Lieut.-Gen.   Sir    Henry  Oakes,  and  bart.,  of  I 
Mitcham,  Surrey,  and  had  issue. 

4.  Margaret,  m.  Rev.  Ralph  Wartar  Wilson,  of  Kilcummer,  co. 
Cork,  and  had  issue. 

5.  Charlotte,  m.  Lieut.  Henry  Palmer,  68th  Regt.,  after  37th 
Regt. 

6.  Maria,    m.    ist,    Lieut.-Col.    Browning ;     2ndlv,    Lieut.-Col. 
Bradish. 

7.  Sophia,  m.  ist,  Robert  Corban  ;  2ndly,  John  Benjamin  Bloom- 
field. 

8.  Harriet,  m.  Major-Gen.  James  Alexander,  and  had  issue. 

9.  Isabella  de  Vere,  m.  Wm.  Woodley,  Lieut.  City  of  Cork  Militia, 
and  had  issue. 

George  Bowles  (whose  will  is  dated  12  Feb.  1792)  d.  1803,  and  was 
buried  at  Tallow.     His  3rd  son, 

SPOTSWOOD  BOWLES,  of  Ahern,  co.  Cork,  J.P.,  sometime  Lieut. 
29th  Regt.,  b.  1784  ;  m.  1812,  Jane  (d.  24  Dec.  1885),  eldest  dau.  of 
Thomas  John,  of  Youghal,  J.P.,  and  d.  2  Feb.  1864,  having  had  j 
issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  late  of  Ahern. 

2.  Thomas  John,  b.  5  Dec.  1814  ;   Lieut,  ggth  Regt.,  d.  7  March, 
1885. 

3.  Henry,  b.  23  July,  1816  ;  d.  unm.  1859. 

4.  Spotswood,  of  Springfield,  Castlemartyr,    b.    3  April,  1818  ; 
m.  29  Nov.  1849,  Anne  Eliza  Boles,  eldest  dau.  of  William  Webb,  of 
Castlenugent,  J.P.  co.  Longford,  s.  to  Springfield  and  Mogeely, 
near  Castlemartyr,  on  the  death  of  his  relative,  Rev.  William 
Boles,  1855,  and  d.  i  Nov.  1893,  having  by  her  (who  d.  10  Aug. 
1892)  had  issue,  ^ 

1.  WILLIAM,  of  Springfield,  co.  Cork,  b.  8  Dec.  1850;    m.  20 
Jan.  1898,  Elizabeth  Wood  (d.  9  May,  1904),  eldest  dau.  of 
Francis  Edward  Rowland,  J.P.,  of  Kilboy  House,  Cloyne,  co. 
Cork.     He  d.  19  Nov.  1911. 

2.  SPOTSWOOD,  now  of  Ahern. 

3.  George  Henry,  now  of  Springfield,   co.  Cork,    b.   6  Sept. 
1856. 

5.  William  John,  d.  unm.  1822. 

6.  John  Wright  (Rev.),  b.   13  Oct.   1823,  M.A.,   Incumbent  of 
Nenagh  and  Archdeacon  of  Killaloe  ;  m,  ist,  24  June,  1852,  Ann 
Charlotte,   dau.   of  William  Henry  Gabbett,   of  Caherline,   co. 
Limerick.     She  d.  17  April,  1853,  leaving  issue, 

i.  Ann  Charlotte,  m.  n  Nov.  1875,  Gen.  Sir  William  Henry 

Seymour,  K.C.B.,  Colonel,  Queen's  Bays. 

Rev.  J.  W.  Bowles  m.  2ndly,  !7  June,  1858,  Eliza,  dau.  of  John 
Andrews,  of  Ratheny,  J.P.  King's  Co.  She  d.  21  Aug.  1898.  He 
d.  24  Auff.  1888,  having  had  further  issue, 

1.  Ludlow  Tonson,  b.   28  April,   1859  ;    Maj.   (retired)  East 
Surrey  Regt.,  m.  18  Jan.  1894,  Rosa  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  the 
late,  the  Right  Hon.  W.  S.  Baxter,  M.P.  for  Montrose  Burghs. 

2.  Spotswood  Robert,  M.A.,  b.  24  July,  1862. 

3.  John  de  Vere,  Capt.  R.F.A.,  b.  19  March,  1877 ;   m.  2  Feb. 
1905.   Evelyn  Grahame,   dau.   of   William   Walker  Tennant, 
of  Ballinard,  Fethard,  co.  Tipperary. 

2.  Eliza  Rebecca,  d.  14  Feb.  1865. 

3.  Ida  Jane. 

7.  William  Robert,  b.  19  Oct.  1827,  of  Liverpool,  late  Lieut. 
South  Cork  Militia,  m.  and  d.  5  March,  1890,  leaving  issue. 

8.  Vere  Hunt,  of  Rosanna,  co.  Cork,  b.  6  April,  1829  ;    Lieut.- 
Gen.  in  the  Army,  formerly  Col.  commanding  Sard  Regimental 
District.     Served  with  the  63rd  Regt.  throughout  the  Crimean 
Campaign  1854-5,  which  corps  he  commanded  as  Lieut.-Col.  from 
Aug.  1867  till  Dec.  1875,  when  he  exchanged  into  the  37th  Foot, 
and  was  appointed  to  the  command  of  the  83rd  Regimental 
District  at  Belfast,  17  Oct.  1877.     Had  the  Crimean  medal  with 
four  clasps  for  Alma,  Balaklava,  Inkerman,  and  Sebastopol,  the  I 
5th  Class  Order  of  the  Medjidie  and  Turkish  War  Medal,  m.  \ 
4  June,   1868,  Ellen  Anne  (d.  2  Sept.   roil),   dau.  of  Robert 
Hunt,  of  Cloughnadromin  and  Green  Hills,  J.P.  co.  Limerick. 
He  d.  7  Jan.  1904. 

1.  Margaret  Sarah  Lydia,  d.  an  infant,  1822. 

2.  Dorothea,  d.  24  May,  1907,  having  m.  Richard  Nason,  of  New- 
town,  and  had  issue. 


3.  Margaret  John,  m.  27  Feb.  1862,  James  Matthew  Green,  Capt. 

7oth  Regt.,  eldest  son  of  Thomas  Murdock  Green,  of  Aghadoe, 

Killeagh,  co.  Cork,  J.P.,  and  had  issue.    She  d.  14  Nov.  1896. 
Mr.  Bowles  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

GEORGE  BOWLES,  of  Ahern,  M.A.,  Major  South  Cork  Militia. 
b,  8  Oct.  1813  ;   d.  26  Feb.  1886,  and  was  s.  by  his  nephew. 

Seat— Ahern,  Conna,  co.  Cork. 


BOYD  OF  BALLYMACOOL. 

WILLIAM  HENRY 
BOYD,  of  Bally macool, 
co.  Donegal,  J.P.  and 
D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1892, 
b.  26  Aug.  1843  ;  s.  his 
uncle,  1891,  and  assumed 
by  Royal  Licence  the 
name  of  BOYD,  in  lieu  of 
his  patronymic  Porter  ; 
m.  15  July,  1879,  Char- 
lotte Agnes,  dau.  of  Col. 
James  Henry  Dopping, 
J.P.  (see  that  family),  and 
has  issue, 

1.  JOHN  DOPPING,  b.  14  Feb. 
1886, 2nd  Lieut.  Queen's  Regt. 

2.  William  Henry  Ker  Porter, 
b.  4  Feb.  1890. 

3.  Charles  Knox  Basil  Boyd,  R.N.R.,  b.  2  June,  1892. 

1.  Mary  Rosalie,  b.  8  June,  1880. 

2.  Helen,  b.  17  April,  1882. 

3.  Agnes,  b.  18  April,  1888  ;   m.  2  June,  1910,  Walter  Newton 
Drew,  of  Raincliffe,  Ecclesfield,  Yorks,  only  son  of  late  Major 
Edwin  Drew,  R.A.M.C. 

4.  Haidee,  b.  4  June,  1891 

-Liineagre.— JOHN  BOYD,  of  Letterkenny,  son  of  JOHN  BOYD,  of 
Letterkenny.  and  grandson  of  JOHN  BOYD,  who  built  the  family 
mansion  of  Letterkenny,  1672,  claimed  descent  from  a  younger 
branch  of  the  ancient  Scottish  family  of  Boyd,  Earls  of  Kilmarnock, 
m.  1736,  Ann,  dau.  of  Alderman  Gamble,  'of  Deny,  and  had,  with 
other  issue, 

1.  J  OHN,  his  heir.  2.  Robert. 

3.  William  Stewart,  Lieut.  Carbineers,  killed  in  India. 

4.  Mossum,  an  officer  of  Customs,  who  left  issue. 

5.  Archibald,  of  Derry  (who  m.  Anne  MacNeill,  of  the  Colonsay 
family,  and  was  father  of  the  gallant  Capt.  JOHN  MACNEILL 
BOYD,  R.N.,  of  the  ''  Ajax,"  who  perished  at  Kingstown,  near 
Dublin,  in  the  memorable  storm  of  9  Feb.  1861,  and  of  Archibald 
Boyd,  Dean  of  Exeter). 

6.  Alexander. 

Mr.  Boyd  d.  1764,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

JOHN  BOYD,  Major  in  the  Donegal  Militia,  b.  1740 ;  m.  1766, 
Martha,  eldest  dau.  of  Col.  Stewart,  Governor  of  Bahama  Islands, 
and  d.  1810,  leaving  a  son, 

JOHN  BOYD,  Barrister-at-Law,  b.  20  Aug.  1769  ;  m.  26  Jan.  1799, 
Frances,  2nd  dau.  of  Sir  Samuel  Hayes,  Bart,  of  Drumboe  Castle, 
and  d.  1836,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN  ROBERT,  of  Ballymacool. 

2.  William,  Capt.  in  the  87th  Royal  Irish  Fusiliers,  afterwards 
Capt.  and  Brevet  Major  in  the  Scots  Greys,  d.  unm.  in  the  Crimea 
1854. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Jan.  1835,  William  H.  Porter,  of  Mildmay  Park, 
London,  son  of  Henry  Porter.    She  d.  1886,  having  by  him  (who 
d.  1883)  had  issue, 

i.  WILLIAM  HENRY,  now  of  Ballymacool. 

1.  Mary,  d.  1905. 

2.  Rose,  d.  1909,  having  m.  1871,  Rev.  James  Colby,  M.A. 

3.  Anna  Lighten. 

2.  Patty,  d.  unm.  3.  Frances,  d.  unm. 

4.  Anna  Maria,  m.  William  Stewart  Ross,  of  Sheep  Hill,  co. 
Derry,  and  is  deceased. 

5.  Isabella,  m.  John  Robinson,  and  is  dec. 
The  elder  son, 

JOHN  ROBERT  BOYD,  of  Ballymacool,  co.  Donegal,  J.P.  and 
D.L.,  M.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Barrister-at-Law,  High  Sheriff 
1846,  b.  24  June,  1806 ;  m.  6  Aug.  1851,  Mary  Louisa,  eldest  dau. 
of  the  Rev.  William  Knox,  of  Clonleigh,  and  d.  30  March,  1891. 
She  d.  i  Sept.  1878.  He  was  s.  by  his  nephew,  WILLIAM  HENRY, 
now  of  Ballymacool. 

Arms — Az.,  a  fess  chequy  arg.  and  gu.  in  chief  a  trefoil  or. 
Crest — A  dexter  hand,  couped  at  the  wrist,  erect,  pointing  upwards 
with  thumb  and  first  two  fingers  ppr.,  the  hand  charged  with  a 
trefoil  or.  Motto — Confido. 

Seat— Ballymacool,  Letterkenny,  co.  Donegal. 


BOYD-ROCHFORT. 


See  ROCHFORT. 
E    2 


Boyle. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


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BOYLE    OF    LIMAVADY. 

ALEXANDER  BOYLE, 
of  Bridge  Hill,  Lima- 
vady,  co.  London- 
derry, J.P.,  B.A., 
Trin.  Coll.  Dublin 
*i868,  called  to  the 
Bar  at  King's  Inns, 
Dublin  1870,  late 
Major  Londonderry 
Artillery  S.  Div.  R.A., 
member  of  the  Town 
Commissioners  and 
subsequently  of  the 
Urban  Council  of 
Limavady,  b.  8  Aug. 
1845  •'  m-  8  Jan.  1873, 
Louisa,  youngest  dau. 
of  Brudenell  Plum- 
mer,  C.I.,  R.I.C.  (see 
PLUMMER),  of  Mount  Plummer,  co.  Limerick,  by 
Martha  Thomas  his  wife,  and  has  issue, 

1.  EDWARD  MAURICE  FITZ-GERALD,  Solicitor  (res.  Gorteen,  Lima- 
vady), b.  i  Nov.  1873  ;  »»•  29  June,  1898,  Ethel  Maude,  eldest  dau. 
of  Capt.  Robert  Alexander  Ogilby,  D.L.,  of  Pellipar  House  (see 
that  family) ,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Alexander  Robert,  b.  25  June,  1899. 

2.  Edward  Ogilby,  b.  n  Oct.  1902. 
i.  Gladys  Maude,  b.  19  Feb.  1901. 

2.  Brudenell  Plummer.  M.I.E.E.,  b,  7  Aug.  1877  ;  m.  1907,  at  the 
Cathedral,  Singapore,  Letitia  Gwendoline  Birney,  only  dau.  of 
Edward  Agnew  Jones  Stevenson,  of  Wellington,  New  Zealand, 
and  has  issue, 

Edward  Brudenell  Stevenson,  b.  20  Nov.  1909. 

Alice  Letitia  Louisa,  b.  i  Aug.  1908. 
8.  Alexander  Frederick,  F.R.C.A.,  b.  29  April,  1880. 
4.  Charles  Edwin  John,  b.  13  Dec.  1884. 

1.  Geraldine  Olive  Martha,  b.  21  Dec.  1875. 

2.  Louise  Muriel,  b.  9  April,  1883. 

Lineage. — JAMES  BOYLE,  who  settled  at  Limavady,  and 
obtained  a  grant  of  lands  from  Phillips,  was  admitted  and  sworn 
a  Freeman  of  the  Corporation  of  Limavady  29  Oct.  1664,  and  elected 
a  Burgess  12  Dec.  1674  (which  Corporation  was  created  by  Charter 
from  JAMES  I,  31  March,  1613),  and  subsequently  seven  times 
Provost  of  Limavady  from  the  year  1677  to  1702.  He  d.  1719, 
leaving  two  sons, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  James,  admitted  Freeman  of  the  Limavady  Corporation  5  Oct 
1716. 

His  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BOYLE,  of  Bridge  Hill,  Newtown- Limavady,  was  admitted 
Freeman  of  the  Corporation  5  Oct.  1716,  and  was  on  the  Vestry  of 
the  Parish  of  Drumachose  from  1732  to  1746.  The  date  stone 
in  Bridge  Hill  House  bears  his  name  Anno  1732,  with  his  Coat  of 
Arms.  He  m.  ist,  Miss  Harr,  who  d.s.p.  He  m.  2ndly,  29  Dec. 
1743,  Ann,  dau.  of  Alexander  Ogilby  (see  that  family),  and  by  her  (who 
m.  andly,  Charles  Harris,  of  London,  and  d.  28  Nov.  1773)  "had  issue, 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir.  2.  ALEXANDER,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Anne  (Nancy),  m.  William  Lane,  and  had  issue. 

2.  Mary,  m.  (setts,  dated  10  Jan.  1767)  Nicholas   Moore,  eldest 
son  of  Charles  Moore,  of  Kilkeel,  co.  Down,  and  had  issue. 

Mr.  John  Boyle  was  s.  by  his  elder  son, 

JAMES  BOYLE,  of  Bridge  Hill,  Col.  of  the  Limavady  Volunteers, 
was  on  the  Vestry  of  the  Parish  of  Drumachose  1765,  b.  31  Oct. 
1744  ;  m.  ist,  4  May,  1/68,  Elizabeth,  eldest  dau.  of  William 
Holmes,  of  Donaghmore,  co.  Tyrone,  and  Martha  Stuart,  and  by 
her  (who  d.  1776)  had  issue, 

1.  John,  b.  i  July,  1772  ;  d.v.p.  1793. 

2.  William,  b.  17  Dec.  1773  ;  d.v.p.,  killed  by  the  natives  at  the 
Island  of  Grenada,  West  Indies. 

3.  ROBERT,  his  heir. 

1.  Martha,  d.  young. 

2.  Mary  Anne,  b.  23  April,  1771  ;  m.  12  Aug.  1791,  James  Parke, 
Lieut.  Desertcreat  Infantry,  of  Stewartstown,  co.  Tyrone,  who 
d.  29  March,  1851,  leaving  issue.     She  d.  24  June   1857 

Col.  James  Boyle  m.  2ndly  (setts,  dated  18  May,  1779),' Margaret 
Campbell.  She  d.s.p.  He  m.  3rdly  (setts,  dated  2  Jan.  1781), 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Col.  Thomas  Boyle  and  Ann  Torrens,  and  bv  her 
had  further  issue, 

4.  Thomas,  d.  young. 

3.  Elizabeth  Torrens,  m.  1803,  Andrew  Sutherland. 

4.  Nancy,  d.s.p. 

He  m.  4thly,  1803,  Margaret  Ann,  dau.  of  Capt.  Parkinson,  R.N.  (she 
took  out  administration  to  her  husband's  estate)  and '  bv  her 
(who  d.  1848)  had  further  issue, 

5.  James  Parkinson,  b.   1803,  called  to  the  Bar  1838  ;    m.  1832 
Mary  Ann,  dau.  of  George  Overend.    She  d.  1862.     He  d.  1840' 
having  had  issue, 

1.  James,  b.  1835  ;  m.  Ellen  Cox,  and  had  issue. 

2.  Abraham,  d.s.p. 

3.  William  Henry,  b.  1839  ;  m.  Sarah  Davies,  and  had  issue 
i.  Elizabeth  Caroline,  2.  Margaret,  d.s.p. 


6.  Robert  Alexander,  d.s.p. 

5.  Margaret  Ann,  b.  26  Dec.  1805  ;   m.  1832,  Robert  Macalister, 

4th  son  of  Dougal  Macalister,  of  Dalchuirn,  and  had  issue. 
Col.  Boyle  d.  1810,  and  was  s.  by  his  3rd  son, 

ROBERT  BOYLE,  of  Bridge  Hill,  b.  14  Feb.  1775,  sold  portion 
of  his  father's  property  and  Bridge  Hill  House  to  his  uncle,  Alexander 
Boyle.  He  emigrated  to  America  and  subsequently  went  to  India, 
where  he  d.s.p.,  and  was  s.  by  his  uncle, 

ALEXANDER  BOYLE,  of  Bridge  Hill,  Newton-Limavady,  on 
vestry  of  Parish  of  Drumachose  from  1774  to  1821,  churchwarden 
1775  and  1766,  b.  1748  ;  m.  Elizabeth,  3rd  dau.  of  Michael  Ross,  of 
Limavady.  She  d.  22  June,  1828,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  EDWARD,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Michael,  Lieut.  5th  Native  Infantry,  Fort  St.  George,  India,  d. 
of  fever  at  Tripassore,  India,  30  Oct.  1804. 

4.  Alexander,  b.  1788  ;  d.s.p.  24  Oct.  1857. 

1.  Catherine,  b.  20  Jan.  1782  ;  d.s.p.  7  Sept.  1845. 

2.  Ann  Eliza,  m.   her  cousin,   Rev.    Robert  Alexander  Parke, 
and  had  issue. 

Mr.  Boyle  d.  18  Feb.  1828,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BOYLE,  of  Bridge  Hill,  Newtown-Limavady,  b.  8  April, 
1780,  J.P.  co.  Londonderry,  Freeman  of  the  City  of  Londonderry 
(ad.  26  April,  1811),  Member  of  the  Council  of  Coleraine, 
Capt.  commanding  the  Balteagh  Corps  of  Infantry,  Member 
of  the  County  Londonderry  Grand  Jury,  agent  to  the  2nd  Marquis 
of  Waterford,  on  the  vestry  of  the  Parish  of  Drumachose  1812-28, 
Churchwarden  1823.  He  d.s.p.  12  March,  1836,  and  was  s.  by  his 
brother, 

EDWARD  BOYLE,  of  Bridge  Hill,  Newtown-Limavady,  b.  1784. 
Solicitor,  Law  Agent  to  the  Marquis  of  Waterford ;  m.  ist  (setts, 
dated  7  Aug.  1837),  Julia,  dau.  of  James  Stirling,  of  Walworth, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  i  Oct.  1840)  had  issue, 

1.  Georgina,  b.   17  Oct.   1839  ;    m.   Hugh  Pollen,  and  d.  1902, 

leaving  issue. 

He  m.  2ndly  (setts,  dated  24  June,  1844),  his  cousin,  Mary  Anne,  dau. 
of  James  Parke,  of  Stewartstown,  co.  Tyrone,  and  by  her  (who  d,  5 
Jan.  1890),  had  issue, 

1.  ALEXANDER,  now  of  Bridge  Hill. 

2.  John,  b.  27  Feb.  1847,  B.A., Dublin,  Solicitor;   d.s.p.  17  Jan. 
1890. 

3.  Edward,  b.  17  July,  1848  ;  d.s.p.  20  May,  1864. 

4.  James,  b.  8  Aug.  1849,  B.A.,  Dublin,  late  Capt.  Queen's  Royal 
Antrim  Rifles,  served  in  the  Zulu  War,  d.s.p.  14  May,  1906. 

5.  David  Grainger,  b.  5  July,  1853  ;  d.s.p.  7  March,  1893. 

Mr.  Boyle  d.  10  Aug.  1861,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son,  Alexander 
Boyle,  now  of  Bridge  Hill. 

Arms — Per  chevron  creuellee  or  and  gu.  three  hart's  horns 
erect  counter-changed.  Crest — A  hart's  head  cpuped  per  chevron 
crenellee  or  and  gu.  Motto-^Dominus  Providebit. 

Residence — Bridge  Hill,  Limavady,  co.  Londonderry. 


BOYSE  OF  BANNOW. 

HENRY  THOMAS  ARTHUR  SHAPLAND  BOYSE,  of 
Bannow,  co,  Wexford,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1910,  late 
Lieut,  ist  Batt.  R.  Irish  Regt.,  b.  5  Jan.  1878.  m. 
ii  May,  1911,  Elinor  Mercy  Claude,  dau.  of  the  late 
Claud  Baggallay,  K.C. 

Lineage.— NATHANIEL  BOYSE,  son  of  John  Boyse,  of  Mullagh- 
terry,  co.  Tyrone,  by  Anne,  his  wife,  who  d.  i  May,  1664  (Nathaniel 
being  then  aged  24  and  married),  obtained  a  grant  under  the  Act  of 
Settlement,  3  Nov.  18  CHARLES  II,  of  Bannow  and  was  High 
Sheriff  of  the  county  Wexford  1677.  He  had,  by  Magdalen  his  wife, 
four  sons  and  one  dau., 

1.  John,  living  10  May,  1676. 

2.  NATHANIEL,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Jacob,    Capt.    in   Lord   Mountjoy's    Regt.,   High   Sheriff   co. 
Wexford   1720,  M.P.  for  Bannow  1715-24  ',  whose  will,  dated  25 
May,  1724,  was  proved  3oth  of  the  same  month. 

4.  Benjamin,  of  Dublin.       (Will  dated   20  June,  1711.    proved 
17  Nov.  1712.) 

1.  Patience,  m.  —  Vicary,  of  Wexford,  and  d.  1744. 
Mr.  Boyse  d.  1678  (will  dated  10  May,  1678,  proved  30  Aug.  foil.). 
His  second  son, 

NATHANIEL  BOYSE.  of  Bannow,  M.P.  for  Bannow  1692-1714. 
who  purchased  in  1703,  from  the  Commissioners  for  the  sale  of 
forfeited  estates,  lands  in  the  co.  Wexford,  and  the  Queen's  Co.  ; 
he  m.  Frances,  dau.  of  Samuel  Helsham,  of  Kilkenny,  and  had 
issue, 

1.  NATHANIEL,  his  successor. 

2.  Samuel,  of  Cullenstown,   M.P.    for  Bannow  1725-30,  whose 
will,  dated  9  May,  1728,  was  proved  15  July,  1730.     He  m.  Anne, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Cooke,  and  had,  with  three  daus.,  Frances,  Eliza- 
beth, and  Anne,  a  son, 

THOMAS,  of  Bishop's  Hall,  co.  Kilkenny,  whose  will,  dated  12 
Aug.  1785,  was  proved  1791.  He  m.  Margaret  (will  proved 
1775),  dau.  of  Edmund  Jackson,  of  Portnescully,  co.  Kilkenny, 
by  whom  he  had  issue, 

(i)  SAMUEL,  who  eventually  s.  to  Bannow. 

(1)  Nina,   m.   John  Greene,    of   Greenville,   co.     Kilkenny. 
She  d.  30  Sept.  1780. 

(2)  Mary  Anne,  m.  Musgrave,  of  Myrtle  Grove. 

(3)  Frances,  m.  Robert  Thomas  Carew,  of  Ballmamona,  co. 
Waterford. 

(4)  Margaret,  m.  William  Watts,  of  Dublin.    (5)  Jane,  d.  untn. 


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Brasier. 


3.  Jacob,  bapt.  at  St.  Bride's,  Dublin,  25  Aug.  1704 ;  d.  1729. 

1.  Frances,  bapt.  at  same  place,  9    March,   1699  ;    m.  (lie.  27 
March,  1736)  Nathaniel  Radford,  of  Brideswell,  co.  Wexford. 

2.  Anne,  bapt.  at  same  place,  19  Aug.  1706  ;  m.  Thomas  Cooke. 
Mr.  Boyse,  whose  will,  dated  8  April,  1714,  was  proved  17  Dec. 
following,  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

NATHANIEL  BOYSE,  of  Bannow,  bapt.  at  St.  Bride's,  Dublin,  26 
May,  1702  ;  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Richard  Rowe,  of  Ballyharty,  co. 
Wexford.  Her  will,  dated  22  Jan.  1759,  was  proved  26  July,  1759. 
They  had  issue, 

1.  RICHARD,  his  heir. 

2.  Nathaniel  (Rev.),  b.  1727,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Oct.  1751, 
Vicar  of  Newmarket,  co.   Cork,   d.  unm.   31   May,  1792.      Will 
proved  that  year. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  as  his  ist  wife,  John  Glascott,  of  Aldertown, 
co.  Wexford,  and  d.s.p.  23  Feb.  1768.     He  d.s.p.  5  Dec.  1810. 

2.  Frances,  m.  as  2nd  wife,  Doctor  Thomas  Carr,  of  Waterford, 
and  had  a  son,  George  Carr  (who  s.  to  the  Bannow  estates,  and 
d.s.p.),  and   two   daus.,   Elizabeth   and  Francis,  who   sold    the 
estates  to  Samuel  Boyse. 

Mr.  Boyse,  whose  will,  dated  13  June,  1726,  was  proved  7  May, 
I735>  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

RICHARD  BOYSE,  of  Bannow,  b.  1726,  High  Sheriff  co.  Wexford 
1755  ;  w>-  by  licence  dated  21  Feb.  1753,  Margaret  (who  d.  22 
Sept.  1808),  dau.  of  Col.  Philip  Savage,  of  Kilgibbon,  co.  Wexford, 
and  d.s.p.  23  Jan.  1793,  when  his  estates  passed  to  his  nephew, 
George  Carr,  and  upon  his  death  s.p.  they  passed  to  George  Carr's 
sisters  as  co-heirs,  and  were  eventually  purchased  by  their  kins- 
man, the  hek  male  of  the  family, 

SAMUEL  BOYSE,  of  Bannow  and  Bishop's  Hall,  who  m.  by  licence 
dated  10  March,  1780,  Dorothea,  dau.  of  Robert  Shapland  Carew,  of 
Castleboro',  co.  Wexford,  by  whom  (who  d.  29  Dec.  1835)  he  had 
issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

2.  Shapland,  C.B.,  Lieut.-Col.  I3th  Dragoons,  d.  unm.  183-2. 

3.  RICHARD,  s.  his  brother  at  Bannow. 

1.  Dorothea,  d.  unm.  2.  Jane,  d.  unm. 

3.  Frances,  d.  unm. 

4.  Margaret,  m.  24  Aug.  1808,  Henry  Holdsworth  Hunt,  of  Water- 
ford,  and  had,  with  two  daus.,  three  sons, 

1.  HENRY  SAMUEL,  late  of  Bannow. 

2.  William  Boyse,  b.  1811,  d.  unm. 

3.  Thomas,  b.  1815,  d.  1847. 

4.  Robert  Shapland  (Rev.),  Vicar  of  Mark  Beech,  Kent,  b.  1817, 
d.  1904. 

5.  Richard  Arthur,  b.  1819,  d.  1863. 

1.  Dorothea,  b.  1813  ;  d.  unm.  Jan.  1902. 

2.  Jane  Ellen,  b.  1821,  d.  1895. 

5.  Mary,  d.  unm. 

Mr.  Boyse  d.  26  Dec.  1839,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BOYSE,  of  Bannow,  D.L.  and  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  1841, 
b.  25  Dec.  1785  ;  m.  Jane  Stratford,  dau.  of  John  Kirwan, 
Barrister-at-Law,  and  widow  of  Caesar  Colcough,  of  Tintern  Abbey, 
co.  Wexford.  Mr.  Boyse  d.s.p.  1853  (his  widow  survived  until 
4  May,  1878),  and  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

REV.  RICHARD  BOYSE,  of  Bannow,  m.  Winifred  Berners  Plestow, 
of  Watlington  Hall,  Norfolk,  by  whom  (who  d.  7  Jan.  1861)  he  had 
an  only  son, 

Augustus   Freeman,  J.P.   and   D.L.    co.  Wexford,    b.    26  Sept. 

1822;  m.  Mrs.  Josephine  Smith,  widow,  and  d.s.p.  in  his  father's 

lifetime,  Sept.  1859. 
Mr.  Boyse  d.  March,  1864,  and  was  s.  by  his  nephew, 

HENRY  SAMUEL  HUNT  BOYSE,  of  Bannow,  J.P.,  D.L.,  Capt. 
R.N.,  b.  1809  ;  m-  27  July,  1847,  Emily,  dau.  of  Col.  Thomas 
Steele,  Madras  Native  Infantry  (see  STEELE  of  Rathbride),  and 
had  issue, 

1.  HENRY  ARTHUR,  late  of  Bannow. 

2.  St.  George  Philip,  b.  15  Aug.  1855. 

3.  William  Shapland,  b.   16  June,   1857. 

4.  Richard  Thomas,  b.  13  Nov.  1862. 

L  Emily  Thomasine  Mary,  m.  1872,  Robert  Tyndall,  of  Oak- 
lands,  co.  Wexford. 

2.  Elizabeth  Dorothea,  m.  5  Dec.  1871,  Alexander  Frederick 
Stewart,  of  Ballyedmond,  co.  Down,  Capt.  6th  Inniskilling 
Dragoons. 


3.  Philippa  Kate  Grace,  d.  young,  22  Feb.  1855. 

4.  Augusta  Jane,          ' 
Tandridge,  Surrey. 


4.  Augusta  Jane,  m.  1891,  Rev.  G.  H.  M.  Hamilton,  late  Vicar  of 


Capt.  Boyse  obtained  his  first  commission  R.N.  10  Dec.  1835,  and 
was  appointed  successively  Lieut,  in  the  "  Racer  18,"  North 
America  and  West  Indian  Station  ;  "  Clio,  16,"  "  Orestes,  18,"  and 
"  President,  50,"  all  South  American  Station  ;  and  to  the  command 
of  the  "  Basilisk,  50,"  in  the  Pacific  :  was  appointed  Commander 
10  March,  1846,  and  Capt.  i  July,  1864.  On  the  death  of  his 
uncle,  1864,  he  s.  to  the  Bannow  estate,  and  thereupon  adopted  the 
surname  of  BOYSE,  and  d.  23  Dec.  1880,  aged  71,  when  he  was  s.  by 
his  eldest  son, 

HENRY  ARTHUR  HUNT  BOYSE,  of  Bannow,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1882,  Col.  3rd  Batt.  Royal  Irish  Regt.,  b.  n  March,  1847  ; 
m.  2  May,  1872,  Emily  Clare,  only  dau.  of  Rev.  Thomas  Harvey,  of 
Cowden,  Edenbridge,  Kent,  and  d.  17  Jan.  1902,  leaving  issue,  " 

1.  HENRY  THOMAS  ARTHUR  SHAPLAND,  now  of  Bannow. 

1.  Emily  Dorothea  Mary  Clare,  b.  7  Aug.  1873  ',   ™-  3  Feb.  1898, 
Capt.  William  Perry,  sid  Batt.  Royal  Irish  Regt.,  of  Woodrooff, 
co.  Tipperary  (see  that  family). 

2.  Vera  Marguerite  Mansel,  b.  27  Jan.  1875  ;    m.  8  July,  1896, 
Charles  Edward  Wogan-Browne,  2nd  son  of  Major  Francis  Browne, 
of  Castle  Browne,  co.  Kildare  (see  that  family). 

Seat — Bannow,   co.  Wexford.     Club — Kildare  Street,  Dublin. 


MOORE-BRABAZON  OF  TARA  HOUSE. 

WILLIAM  LOCKHART  CHAMBRE  MOORE-BRABAZON, 
of  Tara  House,  co.  Meath,  late  Lieut.  Coldstream 
Guards,  b.  3  Jan.  1880  ;  s.  his  father  1 1  Jan.  1908. 

Lineage.— JOHN  MOORE,  of  Dublin,  acquired  in  1721,  certain 
lands  in  the  Barony  of  Mellifont,  co.  Louth,  under  an  Act  of  Parlia- 
ment, passed  for  the  sale  of  the  estates  of  William  Graham.  He 
m.  a  sister  of  the  Right  Hon.  Charles  Campbell,  M.P.,  of  New 
Grange,  co.  Meath,  and  had  issue,  Charles,  Barrister-at-Law,  d.s.p.  ; 
Alice,  m.  Gen.  Sir  John  Whiteford,  Bart.,  and  a  younger  son, 

JOHN  MOORE,  of  Tullyhallen,  co.  Meath,  M.D.,  m.  26  Aug.  1752, 
Frideswide,  dau.  of  Dixie  Coddington,  of  Athlumney  Castle,  co. 
Meath,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir, 

1.  Alice,  m.  Thomas  Achmuty,  of  Madeira. 

2.  Jane,  m.  July,  1799,  Hon.  and  Very  Rev.  John  Hewitt,  Deau 
of  Cloyne. 

3.  Frideswide,  m.  1786,  Col.  Hon.  Robert  Henry  Southwell. 
Dr.  Moore  was  shot  at  his  own  door  by  an  unknown  person  in  1788, 
when  he  was  s.  by  his  son, 

JOHN  MOORE,  of  New  Lodge,  co.  Herts,  b.  20  Sept.  1763  ;  m.  ist, 
24  May,  1788,  Barbara,  dau.  of  Hon.  William  Brabazon  (2nd  son 
of  Edward,  7th  Earl  of  Meath),  of  Tara  House,  co.  Meath,  by  Kath- 
erine  his  wife,  only  dau.  of  Arthur  Gififord,  of  Aghern.  co.  Cork, 
and  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  Arthur  John,  Major,  b.  24  Sept.  1791,  an  Officer  in  the  Royal 
Navy,  served  under  Admiral  Blackwood  ;    m.   31   July,    1827, 
Sophia,  dau.  of  Col.  Yates,  and  had  issue. 

1.  JOHN  ARTHUR  HENRY,  late  of  Tara  House,  who  s.  his  uncle 
in  1866. 

2.  William   Richard,   B.C.S.,  Joint  Magistrate  at  Mirzapore, 
killed  in  the  Mutiny. 

3.  Charles  William,  B.C.S.,  who  left  issue. 

4.  Adolphus   Warburton,  India   Office,   d. 

i.  Frances  Stewart,  m.  Capt.  Richard  Charles  Acton  Throck- 
morton,  late  87th  Foot,  and  d.  1895  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage  and 
Baronetage). 

3.  Charles  Henry,  b.  21  March,  1798  ;    d. 

Mr.  Moore  m.  2ndly,  26  April,  1839,  Charlotte,  dau.  of  George 
Samuel  Collyer,  and  d.  April,  1842,  when  he  was  s.  by  his  eldest 
son, 

REV.  WILLIAM  JOHN  MOORE-BRABAZON,  of  Tara  House,  b.  29 
April,  1789,  who  having  s.  to  his  mother's  family  estates,  assumed 
by  Sign  Manual,  in  July,  1845,  the  additional  name  and  arms  of 
BRABAZON.  He  d.s.p.  in  1866,  when  he  was  s.  by  his  nephew, 

JOHN  ARTHUR  HENRY  MOORE-BRABAZON,  of  Tara  House,  co. 
Meath,  and  of  Tallyallen,  co.  Louth,  High  Sheriff  co.  Louth  1872, 
Hon.  Lieut.-Col.  in  the  Army,  late  Major  Bengal  Staff  Corps,  b. 
13  June,  1828;  s.  his  uncle,  the  Rev.  W.  J.  Moore-Brabazon,  in 
1866,  when  he  adopted  the  additional  name  of  BRABAZON  ;  m. 
Feb.  1879,  Emma  Sophia,  dau.  of  Alfred  Richards,  of  Tewkesbury 
Lodge,  Forest  Hill,  Kent.  He  rf.  u  Jan.  1908,  having  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  LOCKHART  CHAMBRE,  now  of  Tara  House. 

2.  John  Theodore  Cuthbert,  b.  1884;    m.  27  Nov.  1906,  Hildj 
Mary,  only  dau.  of  the  late  Charles  Henry  Krabbe,  of  Buenos 
Ayres. 

1.  Kathleen    Barbara   Sophia,  m.  13  Sept.   1911,  Sir  Gustavus 
Francis  William   Lambart,  ist  Bart,  of  Beau     Pare,  co.  Meath 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

2.  Hebe  Crystabel  Frideswide. 
Seat— Tara  House,  co.  Meath. 

BRABAZON.     See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  MEATH,   E. 

BRASIER    OF    BALLYELLIS. 

BROOKE  RICHARD 

BRASIER,  of  Ballyellis, 
co.  Cork,  J.P.  cos.  Cork 
and  Limerick,  b.  1852. 

Lineage.  —  PAUL  BRASIER, 
of  Coleraine,  co.  Londonderry, 
obtained  extensive  grants  of 
land  temp.  CHARLES  II<  m.  Sarah 
dau.  of  Sir  Tristram  Beresford, 
Bart,  of  Coleraine,  and  by  her 
(who  d.  15  Jan.  1673)  had  a  son, 

COL.  KILNER  BRASIER,  of 
Bagnal,  co.  Donegal,  M.P.  succes- 
sively for  Dundalk,  St.  Johnstown, 
and  Kilmallock.  Col.  Brasier 
m.  Anne,  3rd  dau.  of  Sir  Henry 
Brooke,  of  Brookesborough,  co. 
Fermanagh,  Knt.,  by  his  2nd 
wife,  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  George 
St.  George,  Knt.,  of  Carrickdrom- 
rusk,  co.  Leitrim,  and  had  a  son, 

KILNER  BRASIER,  m.  ist, 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Dean  Charles 
Massey  ;  and  2ndly,  Miss  Ryves, 

of  Castle  Jane,  co.  Limerick.     Mr.  Brasier  d.  1759,  and  by  his  ist 
wife  had  a  son. 

BROOKE  BRASIER,  of  Rivers,  co.   Limerick,  m.   17  July,   1756, 
Elizabeth  Johnson,  dau.  and  co-heiress  (with  Amy,  wife  of  Sir 


Brasier. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


70 


Thomas  Roberts,  and  Mary,  wife  of   Ralph  Westrop)  of  William 
Johnson,  of  Lizard,  co.  Limerick,  and  had  an  only  son, 

KILNER  BRASIER,  High  Sheriff  co.  Cork  1793.  *•  i75i  ',  m-  I788, 
Mary,  eldest  dau.  and  coheiress  of  John  Creagh,  M.D.,  of  Creagh 
Castle,  co.  Cork,  by  Judith  Usher  his  wife,  and  had  issue, 

1.  BROOKE,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  JOHN,  of  Creagh  Castle,  assumed  the  name  of  CREAGH  ;   he  m. 
1801,  Elizabeth,  dau.  and  heiress  of  Charles  Widenham,  of  Castle 
Widenham,  co.  Cork,  and  left  at  his  decease  an  only  child, 

PRISCILLA  WIDENHAM,  who  s.  to  the  Widenham  estates,  and 
m.  8  May,  1819,  Henry  Mitchell  Smyth,  2nd  son  of  Grice 
Smyth,  of  Ballynatray,  co.  Waterford  (see  SMYTH  of  Castle 
Widenham}. 

3.  William  Johnson,  Capt.  27th  Inniskillen  Regt.,  d.  unm. 

4.  Kilner,  R.N.,  d.  unm. 

5.  George  Washington,  ancestor  of  BRASIER-CREAGH,  of  Creagh 
Castle  (see  thai  family). 

1.  Catherine,  m.  Rev.  Richard  Bourne,  Rector  of  Rathangan. 

2.  Judith,  m.  John  Wilkinson,  of  Limerick,  and  is  deceased. 

3.  Emma,  m.  James  Griffin,  of  Foynes,  co.  Limerick. 

4.  Mary,  m.  Attiwell  Wood,  of  Leeds,  co.  Cork. 

5.  Lucy,  m.  ist,  Charles  Bell,  and  2ndly,  Bertie  Jarvis,  of  Antigua, 
West  Indies. 

The  eldest  son, 

BROOKE  BRASIER,  of  Bally  Ellis,  co.  Cork,  m.  Ellen,  dau.  and 
co-heir  of  Henry  Mitchell,  of  Mitchellsfort,  co.  Cork,  and  left  issue, 

1.  KILNER,  his  heir. 

2.  Henry,  of  Mitchellsfort,  who  assumed  the  name  of  MITCHELL 
(see  MITCHELL  of  Mitchellsfort). 

3.  Brooke,  d.  unm. 

4.  John  Wellington,  m.  Barbara,  dau.  of  John  Smyth,  of  Temple 
Michaell,  co.  Waterford,  and  had  one  son,  Brooke. 

5.  Grice,  who  emigrated  to  Australia. 

1.  Ellen,  m.  William  Quin,  of  Loughlougher  Castle,   co.   Tip- 
perary,  who  d.  1869. 

2.  Mary,  m.  John  Smyth,  of  Temple  Michael. 

3.  Catherine,  m.  1844,  Sir  Richard  de  Burgho,  Bart.,  who  d.s.p. 
1873- 

The  eldest  son, 

KILNER  BRASIER,  of  Ballyellis,  J.P.,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  James 
Griffin,  of  Foynes,  co.  Limerick,  and  d.  1874,  leaving  issue, 

1.  BROOKE  RICHARD,  now  of  Ballyellis. 

2.  Kilner.  3.  Henry.  4.  Charles. 

Arms — Quarterly  per  fess  indented  or  and  sa.  four  cinquefoils 
counterchanged.  Crest — A  demi  lion  rampant  per  pale  or  and  sa. 
Motto — Amor  patriae. 

Seat— Ballyellis,  Mallow,  co.  Cork. 


BRASIER-CREAGH.    See    CREAGH. 


BRASIER-MITCHELL.     See  MITCHELL. 


BRERETON    OF    RATHURLESS,    CO. 
TIPPERARY. 

COL.  THOMAS  SADLEIR  BRERETON,  of  Rathurless, 
b.  1834  ;  m.  1862,  Frances,  dau.  of  Edward  Townley 
Hardman,  of  Newbliss,  co.  Monaghan,  M.D.,  and 
has  issue  surviving, 

1.  THOMAS  HARDMAN,  b.  1866  ;  m.  1904,  Aveceua  Maud,  dau.  of 
Samuel  Dickson  Biggs,  of  Bellevue,  co.  Tipperary  (see  BIGGS- 
ATKINSON  of  Ashley  Park),  and  has  issue, 

(i)  Avereena  Maud.  (2)  Patricia  Hardman. 

2.  Hardman  John   Ker,  b.   1873  ;    m.   1904,  Florence,  dau.  of 
Robert  Benjamin  Heuston,  of  Ballyhisteen,  co.  Tipperary,  and 
has  one  son  and  one  dau., 

I.  John  Hardman,  b.  1907. 

x.  Frances  Vera  Mary.  '  2.  Nancy. 

3.  Franc  Sadleir,  b.   1880,  Capt.  4th  Batt.   Royal  Irish  Fus., 
served  in  S.  African  War. 

1.  Maria,  m.  1894,  David  England  Young,  of  Ballygibbon,  co. 
Tipperary,  and  Harding  Grove,  co.  Galway. 

2.  Frances  Gertrude. 

3.  Isabella  m.  Richard  Vincent  Johnston,  of  Llandudno. 

4.  Eileen. 

Lineage. — THOMAS  BRERETON,  of  Clonanihy,  co.  Tipperary, 
m.  Mary,  dau.  of  James  Carrol,  of  Ballycrenode,  co.  Tipperary,  and 
by  her  (who  d.  1783)  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  Daniel,  of  Tombricane,  co.  Tipperary,  b.  1731  ;  m.  1772,  Mary, 
dau.  of  Rev.  Meade  Nesbitt,  of  Fort  Nesbitt,  co  Tipperary,  and 
d.  1818,  leaving  an  only  child, 

Anne,  m.  1796,  Thomas  Brereton,  of  Kilmartin,  Queen's  Co. 

3.  Thomas,  of  Ash  Park  (now  Riverston),  co.  Tipperary,  b.  1742; 
m.  Anne,  dau.  of  Samuel  Lawrence,  of  Ash  Park,  and  Millmount, 
and  d.  1776,  from  a  fall  while  out  hunting,  having  by  her  (who 
tn.  andly,  1781,  Saunders  Young,  of  Nenagh)  had  issue, 

Thomas,  of  London,  m.  1810,  Maria,  dau.  of  Thos.  Brereton 
Watson,  of  Clonanihy,  co.  Tipperary,  and  had  issue, 

(i)  Henry.  (2)  Robt.  Lawrence. 

(3)  Wm.  Watson. 

(i)  Caroline  Catherine. 


1.  Mary,  m.  1765,  John  Watson,  of  Brook  Watson,  co.  Tipperary. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BRERETON,  of  Rathurless,  co.  Tipperary,  b.  1729  ;  tn.  1767, 
Margaret,  dau.  of  George  Watson,  of  Garrykennedy,  co.  Tipperary, 
and  d.  1813,  having  by  her  (who  d.  1800,  aged  51)  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  successor. 

2  John,  of  Old  Court,  co.  Tipperary,  b.  1787  ;   m.  Anne,  dau.  of 

Simpson  Hackett,  of  Riverstown,  co.  Tipperary,  and  had  issue, 

1.  John  Robert,  Barrister-at-Law,  b.  1817  ;    m.  Mary,  dau.  of 
Garrett  O'Moore,  of  Cloghan  Castle,  King's  Co.,  D.L.,  and  d. 
1871,  leaving  issue, 

(i)  O'Moore. 

(i)  Grace.  (2)  Geraldine. 

(3)  Mary,  m.    1874,  Sir  Garrett  O'Moore  Creagh,  V.C.,  and 

had  issue  (see  CREAGH  of  Cahirbane). 

2.  Simpson  Hachett,  of  Clongowna,  co.  Tipperary,  m.  1850, 
Mary  Sophia  Parker,  and  had  issue, 

(i)  John,  M.D.,  d.s.p.  (2)   Herbert,  of  Clongowna. 

(i)  Maud.  (2)  Sophia,  d.  unm.  1907. 

(3)  Margaret,  d.  unm. 

(4)  Georgina,  m.  Edward  Justin  McCarthy. 

1.  Margaret  Maria,  d.  unm.  1873. 

2.  Sarah,  m.  1842,  John  Bennett,  of  Grange,  King's  Co. 

1.  Dora,  m.  Robert  Langford,  of  Rowell,  co.  Limerick  (see  that 
family). 

2.  Mary,  m.  1818,  Peter  Watson,  of  Roscrea,  and  subsequently  of 
Tasmania. 

The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BRERETON,  of  Rathurless,  J.P.,  many  years  a  Resident 
Magistrate,  b.  20  Nov.  1785  ;  m.  i  Dec.  1817,  Maria,  2nd  dau.  of 
Capt.  Thomas  Sadleir,  of  Castletown,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.  24  Aug. 
1860,  having  by  her  (who  d.  17  Dec.  1874)  ha<l  issue, 

1.  Thomas  Sadleir,  now  of  Rathurless. 

2.  John  Sadleir,  Lieut.-Col.  late  67  Foot,  b.  1836  ;   m.  1869,  his 
cousin,  Margaretta  Watson,  dau.  of  Edwin  Sadleir,  of  Oak  Wood, 
King's  Co.,  and  d.  1908,  having  had  issue, 

Thomas  Edwin,  b.  1878. 

Myra,  m.  Ralph  Peyton  Sadler,  Capt.  Derby  Regt. 

3.  Franc  Sadleir,  formerly  Lieut.  King's  Royal  Rifles,  b.  1838  ; 
m.   1865,  Isabella,  dau.  of  Frederick  Robert  Bees  ton.     He  d. 
4  Dec.  1911,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Thos.  Bloomfield  Sadleir,  b.  1866;   tn.  1900,  Maud,  dau.  of 
Edward  Wilson,  of  Carshalton,  Surrey,  and  has  issue, 

Ralph  Sadleir,  b  1902. 
Eileen  Sadleir. 

2.  Franc  Sadleir,  of  Blackfoot  City,  U.S.A.,  b.  1867. 

3.  John  Sadleir,  of  Ogden,  U.S.A.,  6.  1870  ;   m.  Jane  Branson, 
and  has, 

Fredk.  Sadleir,  b.  1898. 

4.  Frederick   Sadleir,    Capt.    R.A.M.C.    (ret.),    of    Southport, 
Lanes.,  b.   1872,  author  of  "  With  Shield  and  Assegai  "  and 
numerous  other  works ;   m.  1898,  Ethel,  dau.  of  Wm.  James 
Lamb,  and  has  issue, 

Allen  Sadleir,  b.  1899. 

Olive  Sadleir,  b.  1900. 

1.  Margaret,  m.  1867,  Maj.-Gen.  Ernest  Berger,  late  Lincolnshire 
Regt. 
Seat — Rathurless,  Nenagh,  co.  Tipperary. 


FRENCH  -  BREWSTER    OF 
CLOONANARTMORE. 

ROBERT  ABRAHAM 
FRENCH-BREWSTER,  of 
Cloonanartmore,  co. 
Roscommon,  Harolds- 
town,  co.  Carlow,  and 
Grange,  co.  Wicklow, 
Capt.  late  Irish  Guards 
(formerly  Lieut.  Royal 
Fusiliers),  b.  30  July, 
1877. 

Lineage. — SAMUEL  and 
DANIEL  BREWSTER  had  a 
grant  of  land  in  Tipperary 
under  the  Act  of  Settlement, 
temp.  CHARLES  II. 

HENRY      BREWSTER,       of 
Lebanry,   co.  Carlow,  son  of 
HENRY  BREWSTER  and  Eliza- 
beth, his  wife,  m.  about  1699  Elizabeth  Leybourne,  and  had  issue. 
The  elder  son, 

SAMUEL  BREWSTER,  of  Ballywilliamroe,  co.  Carlow,  b.  n  July, 
1700,  made  his  will  i  April,  1756,  which  was  proved  i  June  follow- 
ing. He  left  by  Anne,  his  wife, 

1.  Henry,  m.   Anne,  dau.  of  John  Perkins  of  Ballintrain,  co. 
Carlow,  and  had  issue, 

2.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Samuel,  m.  Elizabeth  Garrett,  and  had  issue,  a  dau. 

4.  John  d.s.p. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.   Robert  Twiss. 

2.  Anne. 
The  second  son, 

WILLIAM  BREWSTER,  of  Ballynulta,  co.  Wicklow,  m.  1767,  Mary, 
dau.  of  Edward  Jones,  of  Tullow,  co.  Carlow,  and  sister  of  Abraham 
Jones,  of  Tullow,  and  had  issue, 


IRELAND, 


Brinkley. 


1.  WILLIAM  BAGENAL,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Edward,  m.  Sarah,  dau.  of  Robert  Gray  and  d.  June,  1836, 
leaving  issue. 

3.  Henry,  d.  unm. 

1.  Mary,  m.  —  Fitz-Henry,  of  Larkfield,  co.  Wicklow. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BAGENAL  BREWSTER,  o>f  Ballynulta,  co.  Wicklow, 
m.  Anne,  dau.  of  Thomas  Bates,  and  had  issue, 

1.  ABRAHAM,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  William  Thomas,  d.unm.  1821. 

3.  Robert  Jones  (Rev.),  d.  unm,  1832. 

1.  Mary,  m.  1819,  Samuel  Allen,  of  Higham  Ferrers,  Northants, 
and  d.  1873. 

2.  Margaret,  m.   1819,  Archibald  Montfort,    of    Killenure,  co. 
Wicklow,  and  d.  1850. 

The  eldest  son, 

THE  RIGHT  HON.  ABRAHAM  BREWSTER,  P.C.,  Lord  Chancellor 
of  Ireland,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.,  Dublin,  1817,  Barrister-at-Law  1819. 
King's  Counsel  1835,  Sol.-Gen.  for  Ireland  1846,  Attorney-Gen. 
1853,  P.C.  1853,  Lord  Justice  of  Appeal  1866,  and  Lord  Chancellor 
1867,  b.  1796,  m.  1819,  Mary  Ann,  dau.  of  Robert  Gray,  of  Upton 
House,  co.  Carlow.  She  d.  1862.  Hed,  26  July,  1874,  having  had 
issue, 

1.  William  Bagenal,  Capt.  Rifle  Brigade  and  Lieut.-Col.  of  the 
Inns  of  Court  Volunteers,  b.  1820,  m.  1858,  Georgiana,  dau.  of 
James  Campbell,  of  Craigie  Down,  co.  Ayr,  and  d.s.p.  1864,  vita 
patris. 

2.  Elizabeth  Mary,  m.  21  June,  1850,  as  his  second  wife,  Henry 
Sneyd  French,  of  Clonsilla,  co.    Dublin  (see  FRENCH  of  Castle 
Bernard),  3rd  son  of  Robert  Henry  French,  of  Dublin,  merchant, 
(uncle  of  ist  Baron  de  Freyne),  and  grandson  of  Arthur  French, 
M.P.,  of  French  Park,  co.  Roscommon  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage, 
DE  FREYNE,  B.).    Mr.  Henry  Sneyd  French  d.  20  Sept.  1850. 
She  d.v.p.  10  Nov.  1868,  leaving  an  only  son, 

ROBERT  ABRAHAM   BREWSTER,   s.  his  maternal  grandfather, 

1874- 
The  grandson  and  heir, 

ROBERT  ABRAHAM  BREWSTER  FRENCH  -  BREWSTER,  of 
Cloonanartmore,  co.  Roscommon,  Haroldstown,  co.  Carlow,  and 
Grange,  co.  Wicklow,  High  Sheriff  co.  Carlow  1882,  sometime 
Lieut.  King's  Dragoon  Guards,  M.P.  for  Portarlington  1883-5,  b. 
4  April,  1851,  assumed  by  Royal  Licence  13  Aug.  1874,  the 
additional  name  and  arms  of  BREWSTER  on  succeeding  his  grand- 
father, the  Right  Hon.  Abraham  Brewster  ;  m.  ist,  28  Sept.  1876, 
Geraldine  (St.  Albans  House,  143,  Gloucester  Road,  S.W.),  dau.  of 
Henry  Ritchie  Cooper,  of  Ballindalloch,  co.  Stirling,  and  by  her 
(who  divorced  him  i  July,  1890)  had  issue, 

1.  ROBERT  ABRAHAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Henry  Gerald,  2nd  Lieut.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  6.  24  Sept. 
1878,  killed  in  action  at  Spion  Kop,  24  Jan.  1900. 

3.  William  Bagenal,  b.  26  Aug.  1880 ;  d.  an  infant. 

4.  Arthur  Ord,  late  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  b.  31  July,  1882. 
He  m.  andly,  28  Jan.  1895,  Annie  Hodge,  dau.  of  George  Hodge, 
by  whom  he  had  no  issue.     He  d.  20  May,  1901. 

Arms— Quarterly  ist  and  4th,  Az.  on  a  chevron  engrailed 
erm.  between  three  estoiles  arg.  a  trefoil  slipped  vert  (BREWSTER) 
and  and  3rd  erm.  a  chevron  sa.  a  martlet  for  difference  (FRENCH). 
Crests — i.  A  leopard's  head  erased  az.  bezantee  in  the  mouth  a 
trefoil  slipped  vert  (BREWSTER).  2.  A  dolphin  naiant  ppr. 
(FRENCH).  Motto — Verite  soyez  ma  garde. 

Residence— St.  Alban's  House,  143,  Gloucester  Road,  S.W. 
Clubs — Guards  ;  Army  and  Navy  ;  Whites. 


BRTNKLEY  OF  PORTLAND. 

JOHN  LLoYD  BRINK- 
LEY,  of  Portland,  co. 
Sligo,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff  1885,  b.  8 
June,  1852  ;  m.  17  July, 
1880,  Annie  Constanc3 
Isabel  Worthington, 
2nd  dau.  of  the  late 
Rowland  Edward 
Cooper,  and  has  issue, 

1.  JOHN  ROWLAND  LLovo, 
Lieut.    R.F.A.,   b.  17  Sept. 
1882 ;     m.    6   June,    1911, 
Dorothy      Helen     Agatha, 
younger    dau.  of  Frederick 
Page,   F.R.C.S.,  D.C.L.,  of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

2.  Edward    Graves,    b.    23 
Dec.   1883 ;    m.    23    April, 

1910,  Nadine,  younger  dau. 
of  Sir  Reginald  W.  Proctor- 
Beauchamp,   5th  Bart,  (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage). 

3.  George     Yorke    LLoyd, 
b.  30  July,  1896  ;   d.  1907. 

1.  Mabel  Fitzgerald,  m.  Feb. 

1911,  Charles   H.    Niven,    3rd   son  of   Commander  Oswald  B. 
Niven,  R.N. 

2.  Edith  Sybil 

3.  Annie  Constance,  d.  young,  1889. 

4.  Ruth  Minna  Constance. 


Lineage. — THE  RIGHT  REV.  JOHN  BRINKLEY,  D.D.,  6.  at 
Woodbridge,  Suffolk,  in  1766,  entered  Caius  Coll.  Cambridge,  29 
Aug.  1783,  became  B.A.  and  Senior  Wrangler  in  1788,  and  M.A. 
1791  was  appointed  Astronomer  Royal  in  1792,  Archdeacon  of 
Clogher  1808,  President  of  the  Royal  Irish  Academy  1822,  and 
Bishop  of  Cloyne  8  Oct-  1826.  His  lordship  m.  12  July,  1792, 
Esther,  dau.  of  Matthew  Weld,  of  Dublin,  aud  had  two  sons  and 
one  dau., 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  Matthew,  of  Parsonstown,  co.  Meath,  b.  2  March,  1797,   ad- 
mitted a  Vicar-Choral  of  Cloyne  31  March,  1831,  J.P.  co.  Meath  ; 
m.  5  March,  1821,  Henriette,  dau.  of  Very  Rev.  Richard  Graves, 
Dean  of  Ardagh  (see  GRAVES  of  Cloghan  Castle),   and  d.  27  April, 
1855,  having  had  issue  by  her  (who  also  d.  in  1855), 

1.  John,  d.  unm. 

2.  RICHARD  GRAVES,  of  Portland. 

3.  Matthew,  Lieut.  97th  Foot,  Secretary  to  the  Governor  ol 
Australia. 

4.  Hercules.  5.  Francis. 

1.  Esther,  m.  John  Alexander,  of  Milford,  co.  Carlow. 

2.  Eliza,   m.   William   Henry   Longfield,    of   Careystown,   co. 
Cork. 

3.  Harriet,  m.  Richard  Henry  Farrer,  of  Dunamaise,  Queen's 

4.  Minna,  m.  G.  A.  Rotherham,  of  Kilbride  Castle,  co.  Meath, 

5.  Anna,  m.  ist,  25  Aug.  1860,  James,  sth  Earl  of  Kingston. 
He  d.s.p.  8  Sept.  1869.  '  She  m.  2ndly,  29  July,  1873,  William 
Downes  Webber,  of  Kellavil,  Queen's  Co.    She  d.s.p.  29  Oct. 
1909.  6.  Arabella. 

7.  Jane,  m.  27  March,  1861,  Edward  Vernon,  eldest  son  of  J.  B. 
.      Venables  Vernon,  of  Clontarf  Castle,  co.  Dublin. 

1.  Sarah,  m.  Robert  James  Graves,  M.D.,  and  d.s.p. 
The  Bishop  of  Cloyne  d.  14  Sept.  1835.     His  eldest  son, 

THE  REV.  JOHN  BRINKLEY,  Rector  of  Glanworth,  Diocese  of 
Cloyne,  6.  1793,  m.  Anna,  and  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Rev.  Walter 
Stephens,  of  Hybla,  co.  Kildare,  by  Arabella  his  wife,  dau.  of 
Capt.  William  Glascott,  24th  Foot,  3rd  son  of  George  Glascott,  of 
Aldertown,  and  had  issue, 

1.  John,  gth  Lancers,  d.  unm.  in  India  1851. 

2.  WALTER  STEPHENS,  of  Knockmaroon  House. 
1.  Sarah. 

Rev.  John  Brinkley  d.  14  Feb.  1847,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 
JOHN,  at  whose  decease,  unm.  the  estate  devolved  on  his  brother, 
WALTER  STEPHENS  BRINKLEY,  of  Knockmaroon  House,  co. 
Dublin,  J. P.,  sometime  nth  Hussars,  b.  12  Dec.  1826  ;  m.  24  July, 
1851,  Susanna  Caroline,  dau.  of  Major  Michael  Turner,  King's 
Dragoon  Guards,  of  Ipswich,  son  of  Nathaniel  Turner,  of  Stoke  Hall, 
Suffolk,  and  by  her  (who  d.  2  March,  1908)  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  TURNER,  Chief  Constable  of  Warwickshire,  late  Capt. 
The   Prince  of   Wales's  North   Staffordshire   Regt.   (Wasperton 
House,  near  Warwick),  b.  23  Oct.  1855  ;   m.  3  Nov.  1885,  Mary, 
eldest  dau.  of  the  late  Gen.  H.  A.  Carleton,  C.B.,  R.A.  (see  CARLE- 
TON  of  Clare),  and  has  issue, 

1.  John  Carleton,  d.  an  infant. 

2.  John  Patrick,  d.  an  infant, 
i.  Sheila  Mary. 

2.  Walter   Frederick   Brownlow   (Rev.),   Vicar  of  Abbotsleigh, 
Somersetshire,  M.A.  Camb.,  6.  29  July,  1859  ;  m.  26  Jan.  1897, 
Emmeline  Lydia  (who  d.  14  March,  1902),  youngest  dau.  of  the 
late  Gen.  J.  C.  Brooke,  and  widow  of  T.  W.  Miles   P.W  D.  India, 
of  Caragh,  co.  Kerry,  anc*  has  issu?, 

Kathleen  Sophia. 

3.  Charles  Michael  Edgeworth,  Major  4th  Dragoon  Guards,  Chief 
Constable  of  Lincolnshire,  b.  6  May,  1861  ;   m.  3  March,  189*, 
Evelyn  Everard,  2nd  dau.  of  the  late  Maj.  Thomas  Everard 
Hutton,  of   Middleton   Hall,    Norfolk,   late  4th  Dragoons,  and 
d.  31  July,  1903,  leaving  issue, 

i.  Walter  Everard,  b.  18  Sept.  1898. 

i.  Maud  Agneta.  2.  Violet  Kathleen. 

3.  Norah  Julia. 

1.  Julia  Katherine,  d.  unm.  1911. 

2.  Anna   Isabella,   m.   3   Dec.    1884,   Major  Maudce  Elrinstoa 
Bisset,  R.E.,  of  Lessendrum,  Huntly,  N.B.     He  d.  15  June,  1909, 
leaving  issue  (see  that  family). 

3.  Susannah  Kathleen,  d.  unm.  1896 

Mr.  Brinkley  d.  31  March,  1884.     His  cousLi, 

RICHARD  GRAVES  BRINKLEY,  of  Portland,  b.  21  Sept.  1823  ;   m. 

\  20  Dec.  1845,  Hester,  only  child  of  James  Stuart  Downs  Dodd 
Lloyd,  of  Ardagh,  co.  Sligo  (by  Charlotte  his  wife,  dau.  of  George 
Hepenstal),  and  grand-dau.  of  Owen  Lloyd,  of  Croghan,  co.  Ros- 

!  common,  and  by  her  (who  d.  31  July,  I9o6)'had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  LLoYD,  now  of  Portland. 

2.  James  William  Arthur,  b.  15  March,  1854  ;   6.  1867. 

3.  Richard  Henry  Lee  King,  Capt.  (ret.)  ist  Batt.  Royal  Warwick- 
shire Regt.,  b.  31  Oct.  1860. 

1.  Charlotte  Ida  Harriette,  d.  unm.  14  Aug.  1898. 

2.  Louisa  Maria  Susan,  m.  19  Sept.  1868,  Major-Gen.  F.  R.  Crof- 
ton,  late  2nd  Batt.  Royal  Irish  Rifles  (Sfith  Regt.),  2nd  son  of  Sir 
Malby  Crofton,  2nd  bart.  of  Longford  House,  and  has  issue. 

3.  Harriette  Adela,  m.  24  March,  1872,  Henry  Skey,  Lieut.  54th 
Foot,  and  had  issue. 

4.  Alice  Maud  Elizabeth,  m.  21    Dec.   1876.  Thomas  Weeding 
Weeding,  J  .P.  co.  Surrey,  and  has  issue. 

5.  Anna  Edith,  d.  unm.  1875. 
Mr.  R.  G.  Brinkley  d.  15  May,  1890. 

Arms — Az.  a  cross  patonce  engrailed  and  in  chief  three  estoiles 
or.  Crest — A  cross  patonce  engrailed  surmounted  of  an  estoile,  all 
or.  Motto — Mutabimur. 

Seat— Portland,  Easkey,  co.  Sligo.  Residence— Allershaw, 
Folkestone. 


Briscoe. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


72 


BRISCOE  OF  RIVERDALE  AND  SCREGGAN. 

EDWARD  JOHN  MARRIOTT  BRISCOE,  of  Riverdale, 
co.  Westmeath,  and  of  Screggan  Manor,  King's  Co.,  b. 
28  Sept.  1862  ;  s.  his  father  i  May,  1911,  late  Capt. 
4th  Brig.  N.  Irish  Div.  R.A.,  J.P.  King's  Co.  ;  m. 
22  Jan.  1891,  Diana  Louisa,  only  dau.  of  Col.  Robert 
Wilson  Hartley,  of  Beech  Park,  co.  Dublin  (see  that 
family). 

Liineagre. — In  1720,  RALPH  BRISCOE  acquired  by  purchase, 
the  lordship  and  manor  of  Kathleen,  King's  Co.  Ha  m.  Eleanor, 
sister  of  John  Price,  M.P.  for  Wicklow,  and  had  by  her,  with 
other  issue,  an  eldest  son, 

HENRY  BRISCOE,  Capt.  Royal  Horse  Guards  (Blue),  who  was 
father  of 

EDWARD  BRISCOE,  J.P.,  m.  5  June,  1752,  Frances,  dau.  of  Rev. 
Essex  Edgeworth,  of  co.  Longford,  and  had  a  dau.  Eleanor,  m. 
Andrew  Armstrong,  of  Clara,  J  .P.  His  youngest  brother, 

WILLIAM  BRISCOE,  whose  will,  dated  27  July,  1772,  was  proved 
8  Feb.  1775  ;  m.  ist,  1761,  Emily,  dau.  of  James  Nesbit,  of  Tubber- 
daly,  which  lady  d.s.p.  ;  and  2ndly,  1770,  Ismena,  dau.  of  James 
Nugent,  of  Clonlost,  co.  Westmeath,  by  whom  he  had, 

1.  EDWARD  JOHN. 

2.  William  Nugent,  m.  and  left  issue. 
1.  Eleanor  Anne. 

The  elder  son, 

EDWARD  JOHN  BRISCOE,  of  Riverdale,  co.  Westmeath,  and 
Screggan,  King's  Co.,  D.L.,  Col.  Yeomanry  Cavalry,  b.  1770  ;  s.  to 
the  entailed  property  of  his  uncle  Edward,  and  served  as  High  Sheriff 
of  co.  Westmeath  1800.  He  m.  1790,  Frances,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Fetherstonhaugh,  of  Bracklyn,  co.  Westmeath,  and  d.  1815,  leaving 
issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

2.  Edward,  of  Grangemore,  co.  Westmeath,  b.  1799,  served  as 
High  Sheriff  1833  ;    m.   1829,  Hester,  youngest  dau.  of  James 
Rynd,  of  Ryndville,  co.  Meath,  and  d.  1842,  leaving  issue, 

1.  John  Fetherstonhaugh,  of  Grangemore,  and  Lake  House,  co. 
Westmeath,  J.P.,  b.  Aug.  1830;    m.  April,  1852,   Katherine 
Rebecca,  dau.  of  William  Peareth,  of    Usworth  House,  co. 
Durham,  and  d.  1882,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  William  John,  b.  1856  ;  lost  at  sea,  1875. 

(2)  Algernon  Thomas  Fetherstonhaugh,  of  Lake  House,  and 
Curristown,  co.  Westmeath,  J.P.,  b.  7  March,  1862  ;  m.  1889, 
Mary  Elizabeth,  2nd  dau.  of   Rev.  J.  J.  Moutray,  of  Favour 
Royal,  co.  Tyrone,  and  has  issue, 

Mary  Elizabeth. 

(1)  Katherine  Rebecca,  m.  1884,  John  Nuttall,  of  Tittour, 
co.  Wicklow. 

(2)  Julia  Isabella,  m.  1884,  Robert  S.  Hickey,  of  Taughmon, 
Mullingar,  and  d.  in  India  1886,  leaving  issue. 

(3)  Cecilia  Julia. 

(4)  Isabella  Frances,  d.  unm.  98  July,  1910. 

(5)  Rosa  Ellen,  m.  1885,  R.  G.  C.  Flower,  and  has  issue. 

2.  James,  b.  1832  ;   d.  8  July,  1860. 
i.  Maria  Elizabeth,  d.  1858.' 

3.  James,  m.  Harriet,  dau.  of  Thomas  Coates,  of  Staplestown, 
co.  Kildare. 

4.  Fetherston,  m.  Charlotte,  dau.  of  John  Phillips,  and  d.  1871, 
leaving  three  daus., 

1.  Frances,  m.  Rev.  Richard  Dowse,  Dean  of  Clonmacnoise. 

2.  Elizabeth. 

3.  Charlotte  Eleanor,  m.   15   April,   1880,  Freeman  William 
Deane  (see  DEANE  of  Berkley). 

1.  Jane,  m.  Humphrey  Bor. 

2.  Eleanor,  m.  James  Johnston.  3.  Anna  Maria. 
The  eldest  son. 

WILLIAM  THOMAS  BRISCOE,  J.P.,  ol  Riverdale,  b.  1792;  m. 
1818,  Maria  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  James  Rynd,  of  Deiryyolnn,  co. 
Fermanagh  and  Ryndville,  co.  Meath,  and  d.  1854,  having  by  her 
(who  d.  1874)  had  issue, 

1.  EDWARD  JOHN,  late  of  Riverdale. 

2.  James    Rynd  (Rev.),  M.A.    Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Vicar   of    II- 
minster,  Somerset,  b.  Sept.  1821  ;  m.  1845,  Barbara,  dau.  of  Ben- 
jamin Riky,  of  Bally  low,  co.  Carlow,  and  d.  5  Jan.  1898,  having  had 
issue, 

1.  William  Thomas  (The  Grange,  Kington  Langley,  Chippen- 
ham,  Wilts),  b.  1849  ;    m.  1875,  Alice  Agnes,  dau.  of  Francis 
Spencer,  of  10,  Sydney  Place,  Bath,  and  has  had  issue, 

(1)  Howard  William,  b.  1876,  d.  1878. 

(2)  John  Fetherstonhaugh   (Rev.),   M.A.  Oxon,    Rector  of 
Bagborough,  Taunton,  since  1904,  b.  1877. 

(3)  James  Rynd,  B.A.  Cantab.  (Achill,  Chippenham,  Wilts), 
b.  1879  ;   m.  3  Oct.  1911,  Margery  Vera  Ernie,  dau.  of  Rev. 
Andrew  Pope,  Rector  of  Langley  Burrell,  Chippenham. 

(4)  William    Thomas,    B.A.    Cantab.,    M.R.C.S.,    L.R.C.P., 
b.  1880  ;   m.  21  June,  1910,  Nancy,  younger  dau.  of  Andrew 
Pringle,  J.P.,  of  Borgue,  co.  Kirkcudbright. 

(5)  Alexander  Angus  Riky,  b.  1886,  d.  1887 

(6)  Ralph  Angus  Nugent,  B.A.  Cantab.,  b.  1888. 

(7)  Arthur  Francis  Riky,  b    1895,  d.  1099. 

2.  Benjamin,  b.  1852,  m.  1882,  Harriett  Frances,  dau.  of  Rev. 
Edward  Cay  Adams,  Rector  of  Hawkchurch,  and  has  issue, 

(i)  Benjamin  Ralph  Cay,  b.  1886. 

(1)  Frances  Mary. 

(2)  Margaret  Catherine. 

3.  James  Rynd,  b.  1855,  m.  1894,  Linda  Sybil,  dau.  of  John  R. 
Pine-Coffin,  of  Portledge,  Devon  (see  that  family),  and  has  issue, 

Kathleen. 

4.  Edward  John  Henry  Havelock,  b.  1858,  d.  1878. 


5.  Francis  Percival,  b.  1862,  d.  1887" 

i.  Barbara.  2.  Maria  Elizabeth. 

3.  Katherine. 

4.  Emily,  d.  1864. 

1.  Hester  Matilda,  d.  1870. 

2.  Frances,  d.  unm.  1900. 
The  elder  son, 

EDWARD  JOHN  BRISCOE,  of  Riverdale,  co.  Westmeath,  and  of 
Screggan,  King's  Co.,  J.P.  co.  Westmeath,  High  Sheriff  King's  Co. 
1860,  b.  23  April,  1819  ;  m.  23  Sept.  1852,  Anna  Rebecca,  eldest 
dau.  of  Rev.  Sir  William  M.  Smith-Marriott,  Bart.,  and  d,  i  May. 
1911,  having  had  issue, 

1.  William  Thomas,  b   1855  ;   d.  1859. 

2.  EDWARD  JOHN  MARRIOTT,  now  of  Riverdale. 

3.  Robert  Ralph,  b.  25  Dec.  1867,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Cambridge  ; 
d.  unm.  29  April,  1896. 

1.  Julia  Elizabeth.  2.  Maria  Elizabeth,  d.  1870. 

Seat — Riverdale,  Killucan,  Westmeath. 


BROOKE  OF  ST7MMERTON.      See   BURKE'S  PEERAGE, 
BROOKE,    Bart. 


BROOKE  OF  DROMAVANA. 

MAJOR  EARDLEY  WILMOT  BROOKE,  of  Dromavana, 
co.  Cavan,  Army  Service  Corps,  late  of  the  6oth 
Rifles,  b.  2  Feb.  1870;  m.  24  Nov.  1902,  Beatrice 
Anna  Caroline  Isabella,  eldest  dau.  of  Clifford 
Lloyd,  of  Victoria  Castle,  Killiney,  cos  Dublin  (see 
LLOYD  of  Lossett),  and  has  issue, 

GUY  WILMOT,  b.  3  Aug.  1904. 

Lineage. — WILLIAM  BROOKE,  who  purchased  Dromavana  from 
the  Sanderson  family  1685.  Had  three  sons, 

1.  WILLIAM,  of  Rantavan  House,  co.  Cavan,  Scholar  of  Trinity 

College,   Dublin,   1691,   Rector  of  Killinkere,  Mullagh,   &c.,  m. 

Lettice,  2nd  dau.  of  Simon  Digby,  D.D.,  Bishop  of  Elphin  (see 

BURKE'S  Peerage,  DIGBY,  B.),  and  had  issue  two  sons, 

1.  HENRY  BROOKE,  of  Rantavan,  Barrister-at-Law,  author  of 
Gustavus    Vasa,   Fool   of   Quality,   Farmer's   Letter,   b.    1704 ; 
m.  his  cousin  Catherine  Meares,  of   Meares  Court,  co.  West- 
meath, and  had  twenty-two  children,  of  whom  survived, 

Arthur,  in  the  Army,  d.  young. 

Charlotte,  author  of  Translations  from  Irish  Bards,  d.  1792. 

2.  Robert  Brooke,  m.  his   cousin  Honor,  dau.  of   Rev.  Henry 
Brooke,  Rector  of  Kinawley,  co.  Fermanagh,  and  had  issue, 

(1)  Henry,  of  Dublin,  whose  son  was  William  Brooke,  of 
Hastings,  whose  dau.  was  Mrs.  Dolier,  whose  dau.  m.  Ven. 
Cadwallader  Wolseley,  Archdeacon  of  Glendalough,  and  is 
authore&s  of  Villeroi  and  many  popular  religious  books. 

(2)  Thomas  Digby,  m.  and  had  issue, 

Thomas  Henry,  author  of  History  of  Si.  Helena,  Secretary 
to  the  Council  "and  Acting  Governor  of  St.  Helena,  m.  Miss 
Wright,  and  had  issue,  Thomas,  of  London,  m.  Miss 
Brabazon,  and  other  issue. 

(3)  Henry  Daniel  Digby,  of  Coolock  House,  m.  Miss  Lucinda 
Dobbyn,  and  had  issue,  i.  Joseph  ;   2.  Henry ;   3.  Leonard 
(who  m.  Rhoda,  dau.  of  J .  Prentice,  of  Caledou,  co.  Tyrone, 
and  has  issue  a.  Henry,  of  Oxton,  Birkenhead ;   b.  Leonard, 
m.  his  cousin  Sybil  Diana,  dau.  of  Rev.  Stopford  Brooke  ; 
and  a.  Rhoda  Annie)  ;    4.  William ;    and  five  daus. 

(4)  Digby,  an  Officer  of  Engineers,  killed  in  India. 

(5)  Robert,  of  Prosperous,  co.  Kildare,  Col.  in  the  Army,  and 
Governor  of  St.  Helena  1795,  when  he  received  the  thanks 
of  the  King  and  Government  through  Mr.  Dundas,  for  his 
relief  of  the  Cape  of  Good  Hope,  by  sending  troops  against 
the  Dutch  ;     and  in   1799   Co1-   Brooke  was  presented  by 
Marquess  Wellesley,  Governor  of  India,  with  a  diamond- 
hilted  sword,   in  full  assembly.     He  m.   Mrs.  Wynne,  nee 
Mapletoft,  and  had  issue, 

1.  James,  Major  Bengal  Horse  Artillery,  m.  Miss  Patton, 
dau.  of  Governor  Robert  Patton,  and  had  issue,  a  son, 
Harold     Kynnesman     Mapletoft,     m.     Margaret     Louisa 
Symonds,  of  Hinton  Abbey,  and  d.   1867,  leaving  issue, 

(a)  Ellen  Louisa  Symonds,  m.  1870,  Rev.  Stephen  Prust 
Jose,  M.A.,  Vicar  of  Churchill,  Somerset,  and  has  issue; 

(b)  Margaret  Selina  Patton,  m.  1871,  Peter  Hugh  Jekyll 
Lewes  Rye,  of  Te  Hill,  N.Z.,  and  has  issue) ;    and  a  dau. 
Anna,  m.   Rev.  Thomas  Spencer,  A.M. 

2.  Rev.  John  Michael,  Rector  of  Ahenas,  Cork,  m.  Louisa, 
dau.  of  Dean  Holt  Waring,  of  Waringstown,  and  had  issue, 
Anna,  m.  —  Ridley. 


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Brooke. 


i.  Elizabeth,  m.  H.  A.  Marshall,  of  Ceylon,  and  had  issue, 
John  A.  B.  Marshall,  M.A.,  and  Rev.  Henry,  of  Bath,  m. 
Miss  Lucy  Sadler,  and  has  issue. 

2.  ALEXANDER,  of  Dromavana,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Henry  (Rev.),  Scholar  of  Trinity  College,  Dublin  1700,  Rector 
of  Kinawley,  co.  Fermanagh,  m.  Thomasine,  dau.  of  Rev.  Thomas 
Tucker,  Rector  of  Moynalty,  and  had  issue, 

Henry,  Governor  of  Madras,  and  afterwards  of  Rathcoffy,  co. 
Kildare,  m.  and  had,  with  other  issue, 

(1)  Henry. 

(2)  William,  Lieut-Gen,  and  Col.  5th  Dragoon  Guards,  m. 
Mary,  dau.  of  Lieut.-Gen.  Nicholls,  and  d.  at  Bath  s.p. 

(3)  Robert,  of  Royal  Crescent,  Bath,  m.  ist,  Anne,  dau.  of 
Stephen  Ram,  of  Ramsfort,  co.  Wexford,  and  Lady  Charlotte 
Slopford  his  wife,  dau.  of  James,  ist  Earl  of  Courtown ;   m. 
2ndly,  Miss  Sill,  dau.  of  the  Rev.  H.  Sill,  and  has  issue, 

i.  Henry,  late  of  the  nth  Hussars,  m.  the  dau.  of  Myles 
Ponsonby,  J.P.,  Hale  Hall,  Cumberland, 
i.  Sally.  2.  Mary. 

Honor,  m.  her  cousin  Robert  Brooke,  of    Rantavan,  and  had 
issue  as  above. 
The  2nd  son, 

ALEXANDER  BROOKE,  of  Dromavana,  m.  July,  1713,  Catherine, 
eldest  dau.  of  Richard  Young,  J.P.,  of  Drumgoon,  co.  Cavan,  and 
had  issue  a  son, 

REV.  WILLIAM  BROOKE,  D.D.,  of  Dromavana  and  of  Firmount,  co. 
Longford,  Scholar  Trinity  College  Dublin,  b.  1720  ;    Rector  of  the 
Union  of  Granard  for  fifty  years  to  whom  honourable  and  interesting 
reference  is  made  by  Maria  Edgeworth  in  the  Memoirs  of  her  father, 
vol.  ii.,  p.  12.     He  m.  his  cousin  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Mathew  Young, 
of  Lahard,  co.  Cavan,  by  his  wife.  Miss  Nesbit,  and  had  issue, 
1.  Richard  (Rev.),  of  Dromavana,  Rector  of  Ballyconnel,  d.s.p. 
1818.  2.  WILLIAM. 

1.  Honor,  m.  Eyles  Irwin,  of  Bellevue,  Fermanagh,  the  Oriental 
traveller,  and  had  issue. 
The  2nd  son, 

WILLIAM  BROOKE,  M.D.,  of  Dromavana,  Dublin,  and  of  Culmaine 
House,  co.  Monaghan,  b.  1769  ;  m.  Angel,  dau.  of  Capt.  Edward 
Perry,  co.  Tyrone,  and  niece  and  heiress  of  Col.  Richard  Graham, 
co.  Monaghan,*  and  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  (Right  Hon.),  of  Dromavana. 

2.  Edward  Perry  (Rev.),  formerly  Capt.  62nd  Foot,  Precentor 
and  Canon  of  Dromore  Cathedral,  and  Rector  of  Magheralin,  co. 
Down,  b.   1799  ;    m.  1837,  Lucy  Catherine,  dau.  of    Dr.  James 
Saurin,  Bishop  of  Dromore,  and  d.  1892,  having  by  her  (who  ^.1887) 
had  issue, 

1.  William  Saurin,  Col.  Bengal  Army,  6.  26  June,  1838  ;    m. 
Jane,  dau.  of  J.  McMaster.     He  d.  13  June,  1902,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Edward  William  Saurin,  Lieut.  R.A.,  b.  25  March,  1873. 

(2)  John  William. 

(1)  Mary,  m.  Capt.  Grenville  E.  Temple,  Sherwood  Foresters. 

(2)  Marguerite. 

2.  James  Mark  Saurin  (Rev.),  late  H.M.  i7th  Regt.,  Rector 
of  St.  Mary,  Woolnoth,  London  ;  m.  Amy,  only  dau.  and  heiress 
of  John  R.  Stanford,  of  Badingham,  Suffolk,  and  has  issue, 

(i)  John,  dec.  (2)  Edward  James, 

(i)  Myrtle.  (2)  Bryony. 

(3)  Avens.  (4)  Orpine. 

3.  George  Howard,  d.  young. 

4.  Loftus  Edward,  m.  Rosamund,  dau.  of  Rev.  Meredith  Brown. 

1.  Elizabeth  Lucy,  m.  Edward  Sandars,  dec, 

2.  Cornelia  Angelina,  m.  Augustus  E.  Brush,  J.P.,  of  Drum- 
nab  reeze,  co.  Down.    She  d.  3  May,  1907,  having  had  issue. 

3.  Frances  Charlotte,  m.  Lieut.-Col.  W.  B.  Digby,  of   Balna- 
carra,  co.  Westmeath. 

3.  Richard  Sinclair  (Rev.),  D.D.,  Rector  of  Wyton,  Hunts,  b. 
1802  ;  m.  Anna  Maria,  dau.  of  the  Rev.  Dr.  Joseph  Stopford,  of 
the  Courtown  family,  Rector  of  Conwal,  and  ex-Fellow  of  Trin. 
College,  Dublin.     He  d.  6  Aug.   1882.     She  d.  24  April,  1903, 
leaving  issue, 

i.  Stopford  Augustus  (Rev.),&.  1832  ;  m.  March,  1858,  Emma 
Diana,  eldest  dau.  of  T.  Wentworth  Beaumont,  of  Bretton 
Park,  co.  York,  M.P.  for  Northumberland,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Stopford  William  Wentworth,  b.  18  Jan.  1859  ;  »».  1903, 
Helen  T.  Ellis,  of  Boston,  U.S.A. 

(2)  Graham  Vernon,  dec. 

(1)  Honor. 

(2)  Maud,  m.  8  Oct.  1897,  Thomas  William  Rolleston,  son  of 
Charles  Rolleston-Spunner,  Q.C.  (see  ROLLESTON  of  ffranck- 
lort  C'tstle),  and  has  issue.  (3)  Evelyn. 

(4)  Olive,  m.  Rev.  L.  Jacks,  and  has  issue,  five  sons  and  a  dau. 

(5)  Sybil,  m.  her  cousin  Leslie  Brooke,  and  has  issue. 

(6)  Verona,  m.  28  Jan.  1908,  Rev.  Cecil  Welland. 


*  Major  Brooke,  as  the  representative  ot  the  Grahams,  formerly  of 
Rahin,  Queen's  Co.,  who  were  a  branch  of  the  Netherby  family, 
is  in  possession  of  a  massive  old  ring  (stated  to  have  been  a  royal 
gift)  worn  by  his  lineal  ancestor,  Sir  Richard  Graeme,  and  com- 
memorative of  an  act  of  extraordinary  chivalry  at  the  fight  of 
Aherlow,  A.D.  1600.  Here  it  was  that  Capt.  Richard  Graeme, 
commanding  a  band  of  sixty  horse,  attacked  and  "  rowted  "  the 
whole  forces  of  the  Sugan  "Earl  of  Desmond,  consisting  of  600 
soldiers.  In  his  third  charge  Graeme  penetrated  to  their  camp, 
seizing  their  carriage*,  standards,  &c.  ;  but  in  his  fourth  assault  he 
charged  so  desperately  that  he  "  scattered  the'r  whole  battalions," 
and  that  with  such  effect  that  Stafford  says  the  Earl's  forces  were 
utterly  broken  and  he  was  brought  to  a  desperate  "  fortune,"  and 
never  again  could  rally  to  a  head,  "  but  gat  him  into  Ulster." — 
See  Pacata  Hibernia,  pp.  149,  150. 


2.  William  Graham,  Barrister-at-Law,  d,  27  April,  1907. 

3.  Edward  Thomas,  Maor-Gen.  late  Royal  Engineers,  d.  1910. 

4.  Arthur  Sinclair  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Slingsby,  co.  York,  m. 
Mary  Ellen,  dau.  of  R.  P.  Rodick,  of  Woodclose,  Arnside,  and 
has  issue, 

Roderick  St.  Clair. 
Janet  Honor. 

1.  Anna  Stopford,  m.  Very  Rev.  T.   J.  Wellaud,  Bishop  of 
Down,  and  left  issue. 

2.  Cecilia.  3.  Elizabeth  Honor.  4.  Angel  Stopford. 

4.  Irwin  Alexander,  drowned. 

5.  George  Perry,  Capt.  68th  Native  Infantry,  d.  in  India,  1844. 

1.  Margaret,  m.  Thomas  Atkinson,  of  co.  Donegal,  and  d.  1880, 
leaving  issue. 

2.  Elizabeth,  d.  1890.  3.  Catherine,  d.  1819. 
4.  Frances,  d.  1818. 

The  eldest  son, 

RIGHT  HON.  WILLIAM  BROOKE,  of  Dromavana  and  Taney  Hill 
House,  co.  Dublin,  Q.C.  and  LL.D.,  Master  in  Chancery,  and  Com- 
missioner of  the  Great  Seal  in  Ireland,  b.  22  July,  1796  ;  m.  ist, 
26  Aug.  1819,  Emily  Margaret,  only  dau.  of  Robert  Rogers  Wilmot, 
Deputy  Recorder  of  Cork,  and  sister  of  Edward  Wilmot-Chetwode 
(see  CHETWODE  of  Woodbrooke),  and  by  her  (who  d.  1850)  had  issue, 

1.  William  Armitage,  b.  3  July,  1823  ;  d.  1903. 

2.  ROBERT  WILMOT,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Henry  Edward  (Rev.),  b.  20  May,  1829  ;    m.  Maria,  dau.  of 
Rev.  J.  A.  Jetter,  Vicar  of  Ironbridge,  co.  Salop,  and  d.  5  April, 
1897,  leaving  issue, 

1.  William  Montagu,  b.  1861. 

2.  Charles  Wilmot,  twin  with  his  brother,  d.  1861. 

3.  Henry  Sinclair  (Rev.),  Vicar  of  Pembury,  Tunbridge  Wells, 
b.  1865  ;    m.  14  April,  1898,  Georgina  Louisa  Margaret,  eldest 
dau.  of  Capt.  T.  Stuart  Russell,  D.L.,  of  St.  John's,  Wakefield, 
W.R.  York,  Chief  Constable,  by  Louisa  Charlotte  Emily,  dau. 
of  the  Rev.  Sir  Thomas  Eardley  Wilmot  Blomefield,  3rd  bart. 
She  d.   16  Nov.  1906.     He  m'  2ndly,  28  April,  1909,  Violet 
Wason,  eldest  dau.  of  the  late  James  Wason,  of  Merton  Hall, 
Newton  Stewart,  N.B.,  and  had  issue, 

(1)  Henry  James  Sinclair,  b.  20  Feb.  1910. 

(2)  Rollo  Sinclair,  b.  22  Jan.  1911. 

i.  Margaret  Graham,  b.   1863,  m.   1889,  her    cousin  Graham 
Wilmot  Brooke,  who  d.  5  March,  1892,  leaving  issue  (see  above). 

4.  Charles  Francis,  b.  21  May,  1835  ;    Lieut.  4oth  Foot,  fell  in 
battle  at  Waitara,  New  Zealand,  27  June,  1860. 

1.  Caroline  Hamilton,  m.  Sept.  1844,  B.  Clifford  Lloyd,  LL.D. 

and  Q.C.,  and  d.  1864,  leaving  issue. 

Mr.  Brooke  m.  2ndly,  Catherine  A.  D.,  dau.  of  Rev.  William 
Bradford,  Rector  of  Storrington,  co.  Sussex,  but  by  her  (who  d. 
1882)  had  no  issue.  He  d.  19  Aug.  1881,  and  was  s.  by  his  2nd  son, 

LIEUT.-COL.  ROBERT  WILMOT  BROOKE,  of  Dromavana,  and  of 
Heathdene,  Southborough,  Tunbridge  Wells,  Lieut.-Col.  (retired) 
6oth  Rifles,  b.  15  Dec.  1826  ;  m.  ist,  9  April,  1863,  Elizabeth  Joanna 
Anne,  only  dau.  of  Gen.  Sir  Duncan  MacGregor,  K.C.B.,  by  Eliza- 
beth Douglas  Trotter  his  wife,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Dick,  4th  bart. 
of  Prestonfield,  and  by  her  (who  d.  28  July,  1883)  has  had  issue, 

1.  Graham  Wilmot,  of  the  Church  Missionary  Society,  b.  23  Feb. 
1865  ;    m.  ii  Dec.  1889,  Margaret  Graham,  only  dau.  of  Rev. 
H.  E.  Brooke,  and  d.  at  Lokija,  River  Niger,  Africa,  5  March, 
1892,  leaving  issue, 

Duncan  Graham  Wilmot,  b.  i  Nov.  1890  ;    d.  28  July,  1897. 

2.  Douglas  Wilmot,  b.  27  April,  1867  ;   d.  10  May,  1868. 

3.  EARDLEY  WILMOT,  now  of  Dromavana. 

1.  Lilian  Elizabeth  Emily,  6.  20  Feb.  1864  ;  d.  10  Feb.  1865. 
Col.  Brooke  m.  2ndly,  1885,  Bertha  Alice,  sth  dau.  of  the  late 
Admiral  Sir  J.  Crawford  Caffin,  K.C.B.,  and  d.  8  April,  1898,  leaving 
issue, 

4.  Robert  Crawford  Wilmot,  b.  14  Oct.  1887. 

5.  James  Morton  Wilmot,  b.  27  Oct.  1888. 
Seat — Dromavana,  co.  Cavan. 


BROOKE    OF    ARDEEN. 

FRANCIS  THEOPHILUS  BROOKE,  of  Ardeen,  co. 
Wicklow,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  co.  Fermanagh,  J.P.  co. 
Wicklow,  late  Lieut.  R.N.,  b.  1851  ;  m.  20  June, 
1877,  Alice  Mary,  dau.  of  Very  Rev.  W.  Ogle  Moore, 
Dean  of  Clogher  ;  she  d.  16  April,  1909,  having  had 
issue, 

1.  GEORGE  FRANK  (Donkerhock,  Caledon,  Cape  Colony],  Capt. 
late  Connaught  Rangers,  A.D.C.  to  Commander  in  Ch.  Dublin, 
served  in  South  African  War  (dangerously  wounded  at  Colenso, 
medal),  b.  30  Oct.  1878  ;  m.  12  June,  1907,  Theodora  Olivia,  dau. 
of  Richard  Meredith  Jackson,  of  Natal,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Frank  Hastings,  b.  18  March,  1909. 

2.  Oliver  George,  b.  3  July,  1911. 

2    Henry  Hastings,  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Connaught  Rangers,  served 
in  South  African  War  (medal),  b.  28  April,  1882. 
1.  Alice  Gertrude,  m.  26  April,  1905,  Dermot  Henry  Doyne  D.L., 
of  St.  Austin's,  Tullow,  co.  Carlow,  younger  son  of  Charles  Mervyn 
Doyne,  of  Wells  (see  that  family). 

Mr.  Brooke  is  the  youngest  son  of  George  Augustus 
I  Frederick  Brooke,  D.L.,  of  Ashbrooke,  co.  Fer- 
!  managh  (who  d.  20  Feb.  1874),  and  Lady  Arabella 


Brooke. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


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Georgiana  Hastings  his  wife  (who  d.  29  Jan.  1899), 
dau.  of  Hans  Francis,  nth  Earl  of  Huntingdon,  and 
grandson  of  Sir  Henry  Brooke,  ist  Bart,  of  Cole- 
brooke. 

Ijineag-e,  Arms.  &c.—  See  BURKE'S  Peerage,  BROOKE,  Bart. 

Seat— Ardeen,  Shillelagh,  co.  Wicklow.  Clubs— Kildare  Street 
and  Bachelors'. 


BROOKE.     See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,   BROOKE,   Bart. 


BROWN  OF  CLONBOY. 

ERNEST  GEORGE  BROWN,  of  Clonboy,  co.  Clare, 
Lord  of  that  Manor,  and  of  Lisnagry,  co.  Limerick, 
J.P.  co.  Clare,  6.  7  Aug.  1864  ;  s.  his  father  20  Oct. 
1907. 

Lineage.— JOHN  BROWN,  of  Maghlands,  in  Scotland,  m.  Jane, 
dau.  of  Sir  Robert  Gordon,  of  Lochinvar  (by  his  wife,  Lady  Isabella 
Ruthven,  dau.  of  the  ist  Earl  of  Cowrie),  and  sister  of  ist  Viscount 
Kenmure.  His  son, 

JOHN  BROWN,  marched  into  England  with  CHARLES  II  to  Wor- 
cester ;  he  had  a  command  in  the  Horse  under  the  Duke  of  Hamil- 
ton ;  after  being  severely  wounded  at  Worcester  he  fled  to  Ireland 
and  settled  at  Dungannon,  co.  Tyrone,  where  he  d.  temp.  CHARLES  II. 
By  Alice  his  wife,  he  left  a  son, 

WILLIAM  BROWN,  6.  at  Belfast,  1658,  Lieut,  and  Adjutant  of 
CoL  St.  John's  Regt.  of  Foot,  served  with  distinction  at  Derry, 
Aughrim,  Boyne,  and  the  siege  of  Limerick.  He  settled  at  Clonboy 
1691,  his  grant  being  confirmed  together  with  the  tolls  of  Bridge- 
town fair  in  1717,  m.  20  Feb.  1676,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Edward  Rock, 
of  the  Vale  of  Evesham,  and  d.  28  Feb.  1725-6,  leaving  bv  her  a 
numerous  family  of  which  the  eldest  son,  ' 

THE  VEN.  JOHN  BROWN,  Archdeacon  and  Chancellor  of  Limerick 
Rector  of  Rathkeale,  J.P.,  b.  24  Jan.  1684  ;  m.  6  Aug.  1717,  Anne', 
eldest  dau.  of  John  Vincent,  of  Erina,  co.  Clare,  Alderman  of 
Limerick,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

JOHN  BROWN,  of  Danesford  and  Mount  Brown,  co.  Limerick 
b.  3  April,  1724  ;  m.  12  Jan.  1751,  Meliora,  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Col. 
the  Hon.  Henry  Southwell,  2nd  son  of  Thomas,  ist  Viscount  South- 
well, and  had  issue,  two  sons, 

1.  HENRY,  his  heir. 

2.  John  Southwell,  of  Mount  Brown,  co.  Limerick,  b.  31  March 
1763  ;   m.  ii  March,  1794,  Mary,  dau.  of  Nathaniel  Gordon,  of 
Whitchill,  co.  Lanark,  and  by  her  (who  d.  6  Dec.  184?)  had  issue 

1.  JOHN  SOUTHWELL,  of  Mount  Brown,  an  Officer  in  the  loth 
Hussars,  6.  9  March,  1794  ;  m.  22  July,  1817,  Margaret  Anne, 
and  dau.  of  Major-Gen.  Agmondisham  Vesey,  of  Hampton 
Court  Middlesex,  and  d.  1872,  having  by  her  (who  d.  13  Jan. 
1053)  had  issue, 

(1)  EDWARD  JOHN  VESEY,  of  Mount  Brown,  co.  Limerick, 
J.P.,  Lieut.-Col.  late  6oth  Rifles,  b.  6  Dec.  1818  ;  m.  16  Sept. 
1848,  Rose  Augusta,  4th  dau.  of  Admiral  Sir  William  Parker, 
Bart.,  G.C.B.,  and  d.s.p.  19  Sept.  1894. 

(2)  John,  Lieut.  25th  Bombav  Native  Infantry,  b.  3  July, 
\       1823,  accidentally  killed  in  India,  July  1841. 

A  (3)  Vesey  Agmondisham,  of  Mount  Brown,  b.  3  June,  1824  • 
m.  1855,  Mary  Edith,  dau.  of  Rev.  Edward  Massingberd,  and 
d.  Sept.  1895,  leaving  issue,  a  son. 

(4)  Henry  Francis,  ft.  3  Oct.  1824  ',  »t.  1848,  Maria,  dau.  of 
Frederick  Smith,  of  Moulmain,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1853)  has 

Sophia. 

(5)  Thomas  Anthony  Southwell,  b.  2  Jan.  1826,  Col.  late  83rd 
Kegt. ;  m.  16  Jan.  1856,  Laura  Lysaght  Mary,  dau.  of  George 
Hewson,  of  Castle  Hewson,  co.   Limerick,  and  has,  with 
other  issue, 

John  Southwell,  Major  2nd  Batt.  Royal  Irish  Rifles,  6.  22 
April,  1859. 

(6)  Sidney  Reynett,  6.  22   July,  1831  ;   m.  ist,  April,  1858, 
Mary,  dau.  of  William  Cox,  of  Ballynoe,  co.  Limerick,  and  bv 
her  (who  d.  April,  1861)  has  issue, 

1.  Alice  Vesey,  b.  1859. 

He  m.  2ndly,  March,  1868,  Charlotte  Gower,  dau.  of  Charles 
R.  Blandy  of  Maderia,  andd.  Jan.  1903,  leaving  further  issue, 
x.  Charles  Sidney  Vesey,  b.  1867.     His  wife,  Mary  Eliza- 
beth, d.  13  May,  1902. 

2.  Florence  Vesey,  b.  1869. 

3.  Charlotte  Mary  Vesey,  b.  1876. 

4.  Rose  Sidney  Vesey,  b.  1880. 

5.  Helen  Margaret  Vesey,  b.  1885. 

(i)  Mary  Gordon.  (2)  Augusta  Margaret. 

2.  Nathaniel  Gordon,  b.  22  April,  1795  ;  d.  1796. 

3.  Henry,  b.  ig  April,  1797. 

4.  Vincent,  b.  23  June,  1809  ;    m.  Mary  Darlev    dau    of  

Coghlan. 

i.  Laura,  m.   1825,  George  Hewson,  of  Castle  Hewson,   co. 
Limerick. 


2.  Meliora,  m.  1826,  Alexander  Elliott,  of  Tanavaller. 

3.  Mary  Anne,  m.  1825,  Major  Charles  Carthew. 

4.  Elizabeth  Catherine.  5.  Catherine,  d.  unm.  1822. 

1.  Anne,  m.  Robert  Peppard,  of  Cappagh,  co.  Limerick. 

2.  Phoebe,  m.  ist,  John  Finch,  a  younger  son  of  William  Finch, 
of  Kilcolman,  co.  Tipperary  ;   and  2ndly,  George  Hewson. 

3.  Frances,  m.  Michael  Cantillon  Heffernan,  of  co.  Limerick. 
The  eldest  son  and  heir, 

HENRY  BROWN,  of  Danesfort,  and  of  Clonboy,  co.  Clare,  and  at 
one  period  of  Rich  Hill,  b.  26  Aug.  1754  »'  m*  T.782,  Sarah,  dau.  and 
heiress  of  Richard  Pierce,  of  Lisnagry,  co.  Limerick,  (of  a  family 
originally  from  Wilts  and  Berkshire),  by  Mary  his  wife,  dau.  of  Col. 
William  Harrison,  of  Ballycarrane,  co.  Waterford,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  Clonboy. 

2.  Henry,  m.  the  dau.  of  Col.  Jones,  of  co.  Galway,  and  had  issue. 

3.  Edward,  m.  Miss  Whelan,  of  co.  Carlow,  and  had  issue. 

4.  Pierce,  m.  Miss  Bouchier,  and  had  issue. 

5.  William,  m.  Miss  Fitzgerald,  of  Limerick,  and  had  issue. 

6.  Francis,  of  Mount  Southwell,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of  James  Hill,  of 
Graig,  and  had  issue, 

Henry  Southwell,  d.  unm. 

Mary,  m.  6  Oct.  1837,  James  Hill,  of  Graig,  co.  Cork. 

1.  Meliora,  m.  Thomas  Alexander  Odell,  of  Odellvilie,  co.  Limerick, 
and  had  issue. 

2.  Sarah,  m.  —  Sharman. 

3.  Anna,  m.  ist,  James  Griffin  ;   and  2ndly,  —  Cassan. 

4.  Catherine,  m.  W.  J.  Lawrenson,  and  had  issue. 
Mr.  Brown  d.  1836.     His  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BROWN,  of  Bridgetown  (Clonboy),  Capt.  Limerick  Militia, 
m.  1801,  Constance  (who  d.  1860),  2nd  dau.  of  Col.  William  Odell,  of 
The  Grove,  co.  Limerick  (M.P.  for  co.  Limerick  for  thirty  years,  and 
a  Lord  of  the  Treasury),  by  Aphra  his  wife,  dau.  of  John  Crone,  of 
Byblow,  co.  Cork.  Mr.  Brown  d.v.p.  Jan.  1833,  having  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  late  of  Clonboy. 

2.  William,  m.  Mildred,  dau.  of  Thomas  Odell,  and  d.  leaving 
one  dau., 

Mildred,  m.  1856,  Charles  Sandes,  of  Carrigafoyle,  co.  Kerry. 

3.  Henry,  m.  Sarah,  dau.  of  Major  Thomas  Odell,  and  d.  leaving 
issue. 

4.  Thomas  Anthony  Southwell,  m.  1836,  Isma  Cowley,  4th  dau. 
of  Thomas  Lidwill,  of  Clonmore,  and  Cormackstown,  co.  Tipperary, 
by  Mary  his  wife,  eldest  dau.  of  Robert  Atkins,  of  Firville,  and   d. 
having  had  issue, 

1.  John,  M.D.,  m.  3  Jan.  1866,  Nanny,  dau.  of  John  Peppard, 
of  Cappagh. 

2.  Thomas,  m.  Matilda,  dau.  of  Robert  Lidwill,  and  d.  Jan. 

3.  Robert  Lidwill,  b.  29  May,  1842  ;  m.  10  Sept.  1866,  Louisa 
Catherine,  eldest  dau.  of  the' late  James  Stanley,  of  the  Grange, 
Armagh,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Thomas  Anthony  Stanley,  b.  15  June,  1867. 

(2)  Stanley,  b.  3  Sept.  1868. 

(3)  Robert  William,  b.  15  Jan.  1871. 

(1)  Ismenia,  b.  5  Jan.  1873. 

(2)  Mildred,  b.  8  Oct.  1874. 

(3)  Maud  Lidwill,  b.  26  Nov.  1876. 

5.  Richard  Pierce,  dec. 

1.  Aphra,  m.  ist,  James  Fisher  ;    and  2ndly,  William   Scanlan, 
Barrister-at-Law,  and  is  dec. 

2.  Sarah,  m.  i  March,  1834,  Hugh  Scanlan. 

3.  Frances,  m.  Rev.  Richard  Maunsell,  of  Milford,  co.  Limerick, 

4.  Phoebe,    m.    William   Odell,   Surgeon-Major,   Army    Medical 
Department,  dec. 

5.  Emily,  m.  Matthew  Scanlan,  both  dec. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BROWN,  of  Clonboy,  co.  Clare,  J.P.,  s.  his  grandfather 
1836.  He  was  b.  23  Jan.  1802  ;  m.  25  Aug.  1826,  Mary  Charlotte, 
eldest  dau.  of  Thomas  Lidwell,  of  Clonmore  and  Cormackstown,  co. 
Tipperary,  by  Mary  his  wife,  dau.  of  Robert  Atkins,  of  Firville,  co. 
Coik,  and  d.  6  Dec.  1870,  having  by  her  (who  d.  26  Dec,  1878)  had 
issue, 

1.  John,  b.  19  Sept.  1827  ;  m.  1855,  Harriet  Vereker,  dau.  of  John 
Westropp. 

2.  ROBERT  LIDWILL,  late  of  Clonboy. 

3.  William  Thomas,  b.  13  Oct.  1839,  dec. 

4.  George  Arthur,  b.  25  March,  1841. 

1.  Mary  Atkins,  m.  1860,  Thomas  Stannard  McAdam. 

2.  Isma  Helen,    d.    i   July,    1911  ;     m.     1855,    Capt.    Richard 
Cradock,  i7th  Regt. 

3.  Constance  Margaret,  m.  1860,  Thomas  George  Mawe,  ist  West 
Indian  Regt. 

The  second  son, 

ROBERT  LIDWILL  BROWN,  of  Clonboy,  co.  Clare,  and  of  Lisnagry, 
co.  Limerick,  J.P.  cos.  Clare  and  Limerick,  b.  8  Aug.  1837  ;  m.  Jan. 
1862,  Margaret,  dau.  of  Col.  Sheldon  Cradock,  M.P.,  of  Hartforth 
Hall,  Richmond,  Yorkshire,  and  d.  20  Oct.  1907,  having  had  issue, 

1.  ERNEST  GEORGE,  now  of  Clonboy. 

2.  Richard  Cradock,  b.  3  Nov.  1868  ;  d.  21  Nov.  1907. 

3.  Harry  Lidwill,  b.  16  Dec.  1873  !  d.s.p.  23  Sept.  1895. 

1.  Isma   Frances   Lidwill,   m.    Keith   Ogilvie   Baird  Young,   of 
Ascreavie,  co.  Forfar. 

2.  Constance  Meta. 

3.  Esther  Lisba  Marion,  m.  Ronald  Vickers,  son  of   Col.  T.  E. 
Vickers,  of  Queen's  Gate  Gardens,  S.W.,  and  d.  5  Feb.  1909. 

4.  Jackaleen  Maude,  m.  Aug.  1899,  Henry  Hay  McKerrell-Brown, 
of  10,  North  Park  Terrace,  Edinburgh,  and  has  issue. 

5.  Helen  Cowly. 

6.  Mona  Isobel,  m.  April,  I9io,  Capt.  T.  S.  Skinner,  P.O.W.P., 
son  of  Col.  Skinner,  R.E. 

Seat — Clonboy,  O'Brien's  Bridge,  co.  Clare. 


75 


IRELAND. 


Browne. 


BROWNE    OF   NEW   GROVE. 

THOMAS  HENRY  BRADY 
BROWNE,  of  New  Grove, 
co.  Clare,  J.P.  co.  Clare, 
High  Sheriff  1907,  Capt. 
R.F.A.  (Special  Reserve), 
formerly  Lieut.  5th 
Lancers,  b.  1882;  m.  1907, 
Mabel  Frances,  dau.  of 
Nathaniel  Mayne,  M.D., 
of  Longford,  and  has 
issue, 

1.  THOMAS  HENRY  BRADY,  b. 

29  June,  1911. 

1.  Deborah  Violet  Brady. 

Lineage — EDMOND  BROWNE, 
of  Ballyslattery,  or  New  Grove, 
co.  Clare,  son  of  Edmond  Browne, 
m.  Bridget,  dau.  and  co-heir  of 
Thomas  Blaney,  of  Furgonan, 
Montgomery,  and  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

2.  Edmund. 

3.  Nevil. 

1.  Mary,  d.  unm. 

2.  Jane,    m,    John    Miller,    of 
Ballycasey  co.  Clare. 

The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BROWNE,  of  New  Grove,  b.  1661  ;  d.  17  Sept.  1717  ;  m. 
1694,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William  Smith,  of  Dunagrogne,  co.  Clare, 
and  had  issue, 

1.  EDMUND,  his  heir. 

2.  Thomas,  whose  will  dated  23  July,  1779,  was  proved  27  Aug. 
1780,  d.s.p. 

3.  George,  d.s.p.  1768. 

1.  A  dau.  m.  Richard  Hart,  of  Ballyhenor,  co.  Clare. 

2.  Anne,  m.  William  Miller,  of  Ballycasey. 
The  eldest  son, 

EDMUND  BROWNE,  of  New  Grove,  d.  1768,  High  Sheriff  co.  Clare 
1733  and  1745  ;  m.  Jan.  1726,  Jane,  dau.  of  Mountiford  Westropp, 
of  Attyflin,  co.  Limerick  (see  that  family),  and  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir.  2.  Mountiford. 

3.  William. 

1.  Jane,  m.  Thomas  Westropp,  of  Ballysteen,  co.  Limerick  (see 
WESTROPP  of  Attyflin). 

2.  Anne,  m.  29  May,  1760,  Vere  Hunt,  of  Currah,  co.  Limerick 
(see  HUNT  of  Cummer  More). 

3.  Gertrude,  m.  Robert  Hunt,  of  Inchirourke,  co.  Limerick  (see 
HUNT  of  Cummer  More). 

4.  Letitia,  m.  Poole  Hickman,  of  Kilmore,  co.  Clare. 

5.  Bridget,  m.  12  Jan.  1764,  William  Henn,  of  Paradise,  co.  Clare 
(see  that  family). 

The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BROWNE,  of  New  Grove,  6.  1726  ;  d.  1779,  High  Sheriff 
co.  Clare  1773,  m.  1765,  Mary,  dau.  of  William  Westby,  of  High 
Park,  co.  Wicklow  (see  WESTBY  of  Roebuck  Castle),  who  had  issue, 

1.  EDMUND,  his  heir.  2.  William. 

3.  THOMAS,  who  s.  his  nephew. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Henry  Brady,  of  Raheens,  co.  Clare,  and  had  issue, 
LUKE  BRADY,  of  Brookville,  co.  Clare,  d.  25  Jan.  1864  ;    m. 
Anne,  dau.  of  Rev.  Windham  Magrath-FitzGerald,  of  Limerick, 
and  had, 

(1)  HENRY  BRADY,  d.v.p.,  s.p. 

(2)  WINDHAM  BRADY,  who  s.  and  assumed  the  name  and  arms 
of  BROWNE,  of  whom  hereafter. 

(3)  THOMAS  BROWNE  BRADY,  who  s.  his  brother. 

2.  Jane,  m.  Francis  Greene,  of  Kilranalagh,  co.  Wicklow. 

3.  Anne,  m.  Jeremiah  Hayes,  of  Killaragh,  co.  Tipperary. 

4.  Matilda,  m.  ist,  John  Harrison,  of  Garruragh,  co.  Clare;   2ndly, 
Nicholas  Coyne,  of  Moyne,  co.  Clare. 

The  eldest  son, 

EDMUND  BROWNE,  of  New  Grove,  d.  Dec.  1801  ;  m.  1798,  Anne, 
dau.  of  Poole  Hickman,  of  Kilmore,  Collene,  and  left  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

1.  Mary,  m.  20  Dec.  1824,  Francis  Gore,  of  Tyredagh  Castle,  co. 
Clare  (see  HICKMAN  of  Tyredagh  Castle). 

2.  Letitia. 
The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  BROWNE,  of  New  Grove,  d.s.p.  March,  1813,  and  was  s. 
by  his  uncle, 

THOMAS  BROWNE,  of  New  Grove,  b.  March,  1774  ;  d.  9  Feb.  1847, 
J.P.,  D.L.,  co.  Clare,  High  Sheriff  1808,  m.  7  Nov.  1814,  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Laurence  Comyn,  of  Moyne,  co.  Clare,  s.p.  On  her  death, 
9  Sept.  1864,  the  estates  passed  to  her  husband's  eldest  surviving 
grand-nephew, 

WINDHAM  BROWNE,  of  New  Grove,  Ensign  i7th  Foot,  b.  April, 
1844,  who,  by  Royal  Licence  3  Jan.  1866,  assumed  the  name  and 
arms  of  BROWNE  in  lieu  of  Brady.  He  d.s.p.  and  was  s.  by  his 
brother, 

THOMAS  BROWNE  BROWNE,  of  New  Grove,  b.  1847  ;  d.  1901, 
assumed  the  name  and  arms  of  BROWNE  in  lieu  of  Brady  by  Royal 
Licence,  3  March,  1877.  He  m.  1875,  Emily  Ellen  Josephine,  dau.  of 
John  Perry,  of  Castle  View,  co.  Clare,  and  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS  HENRY  BRADY,  now  of  New  Grove. 

2.  Windham  Alexander,  b.  1887. 

3.  Alfred  Lucius,  b.  1888. 


Arms— Arg.  on  a  bend  engrailed  between  two  plain  double 
cottises  sa.,  three  eagles  displayed  with  two  heads  of  the  first 
in  the  sinister  chief  point  a  pellet.  Crest— An  eagle  displayed 
with  two  heads  per  pale  ar.  and  sa.,  the  dexter  wing  charged  with 
a  pellet,  the  sinister  with  a  plate.  Motto— Nee  times  nee  sperno. 

Seats— New  Grove,  Tulla,  co.  Clare,  and  Cartron,  Burrin 
co.  Clare. 


KNOX-BROWNE  OF  AUGHENTAINE 

CASTLE. 
JOHN  HERVEY 
KNOX -BROWNE,  of 
Aughentaine  Castle, 
co.  Tyrone,  J.P.  and 
D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1887,  late  Capt.  i2th 
Lancers,  and  A.D.C. 
to  his  Grace  the  Duke 
of  Abercorn,  Lord- 
Lieut,  of  Ireland  in 
1866,  and  Lieut.-Col. 
9th  Brigade  North 
Irish  Division  Royal 
Artillery,  assumed  the 
additional  name  and 
arms  of  Knox,  by 
Royal  sign  -  manual, 
dated  16  March,  1874; 
6.1841;  w.i9Dec.  1867, 
Louisa  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  Francis  Arthur  Knox- 
Gore,  Bart,  of  Beleek  Manor,  co.  Mayo,  by  Sarah 
his  wife,  dau.  of  Col.  Charles  Nesbitt  Knox,  of  Castle 
Lacken,  co.  Mayo,  and  by  her  (who  d.  22  May,  1903) 
has  issue, 

1.  THOMAS  ARTHUR  HERVEY,  late  Capt.  Mid  Ulster  Artillery,  bt 
29  May,  1870. 

2.  Mervyn   William   Charles   Nesbitt,   b.    21   April,    1880 ;     m. 
i  Aug.  1911,  May,  only  dau.  of  late  Barry  George. 

1.  Sarah  Hannah  Madeline.  2.  Augusta  Caroline. 

3.  Eileen   Hester  Louisa,  m.   22   March,   1911,   Lieut.   George 
Richard  Colin  Campbell,  R.N.,  son  of  Rev.  E.  F.  Campbell, 
M.A.,  Rector  of  Killyman,  co.  Tyrone. 

Lineagre.— JOHN  HAMILTON  BROWNE,  of  Comber  House,  co. 
Londonderry,  and  Aughentaine,  co.  Tyrone,  son  of  THOMAS 
BROWNE,  of  co.  Londonderry,  by  Elizabeth  Hamilton  his  wife,  niece 
of  James  Hamilton,  Provost  of  Strabane  about  1720,  and  grandson 
of  GEORGE  BROWNE,  also  of  Londonderry,  by  his  wife,  Mary,  dau.  of 
Col.  Hogg ;  m.  1795,  Jane  Matilda,  dau.  of  William  Lecky,  of 
Castle  Fin,  co.  Donegal,  M.P.  for  Londonderry  in  the  Irish  House 
of  Commons,  by  Hannah  his  wife,  dau.  of  Conolly  McCausiand, 
D.L.  of  Drenagh,  co.  Derry,  and  d.  1848,  having  by  her  (whorf. 
1855}  had  issue. 

1.  Conolly  William  Lecky,  of  Comber  House,  d.  unm.  1862. 

2.  THOMAS  RICHARDSON,  $.  to  Aughentaine. 

3.  GEORGE,   of    Comber   House,   J.P.,    D.L.   co.   Londonderry, 
formerly  Major  44th  Regt.,  b.  1816  ;   m.  1844,  Susan  Mary,  dau . 
of  Thomas  Hilton,  of  Ardwick,  near  Manchester,  and  d.   1887 
having  had  issue, 

1.  John  Walter  L'Estrange  Hamilton,  of  the  gth  Lancers,  b. 
1846  ;   d.s.p.  1880. 

2.  William  Lecky  Hamilton,  Capt.  R.N.,  of  Comber  House, 
s.  his  father  1887  ;  b.  1848  ;  d.  unm.  12  Dec.  1900. 

Cecil  Hamilton  BROWNE-LECKY,  now  of  Comber  House, 
?.,  High  Sheriff  of  co.  Londonderry  1906,  Lieut.-Col.  5th 
I.  Fus.,  assumed  the  name  of  LECKY  by  Deed  Poll  1898. 

4.  John  Hamilton,  d.  unm. 

1.  Hannah  Sidney. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  John  Cole  (see  BURKE 's  Peerage,  ENNISKILLEN, 
E.). 

The  2nd  but  eldest  surviving  son, 

THOMAS  RICHARDSON  BROWNE,  of  Aughentaine,  J.P.  and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff  of  Tyrone  in  1832  ;  b.  1810  ;  m.  1839,  Sarah,  4th  dau. 
of  Hervey  Pratt  de  Montmorency,  of  Castle  Morres,  co.  Kilkenny, 
D.L.,  and  by  her  (who  d.  i  March,  1889)  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  HERVEY,  his  heir. 

2.  Raymond  Saville,  who  assumed  the  additional  name  of  LECKY 
after  that  of  Browne,  under  royal  sign-manual,  dated  4  March, 
1871,  in  compliance  with  the  will  of  his  great  uncle,  Conolly, 
William  M'Causland  Lecky,  of  Londonderry,  and  d.  unm.  20  Aug. 
1837. 

3.  Conolly  William  Lecky  Browne-Lecky,  of  Derry,  High  Sheriff 
city  and  co.  Londonderry  1888,  who  assumed  the  additional  name 
of  LECKY  under  royal  sign-manual,  dated  12  May,  1874,  in  com- 
pliance with  the  will  of  his  great-uncle,  Conolly  William  M'Caus- 
land Lecky,  of  Londonderry ;    s.  his  brother  1873  ;    »•  28  Nov 
1878,  Annie  Henrietta,  eldest  dau.  of  Charles  Eccles,  D.L.,  of 
Ecclesville,  and  has,  with  other  issue, 

Raymond  S.  C.  De  Montmorency,  b.  1881. 


Browne. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


1.  Rose  Sarah,  m.  Major  J.  D.  Ellis,  late  22nd  Regt. 

2.  Caroline  Frances,  m.   23    May,     1871,  John    Stewart  Eccles, 
of  Ecclesville,  D.L.  co.  Tyrone,  and  had  issue  (see  MCCLINTOCK 
of  Seskinore). 

3.  Matilda  Theodosia,  m.  n  Dec.  1883,  Capt.  Charles  Eccles,  son 
of  Charles  Eccles,  of  Ecclesville  (see  MCCLINTOCK  of  Seskinore). 

Mr.  Browne  d.  29  May,  1882. 

Arms — Quarterly,  ist  and  4th  erm.,  a  chev.  az.  betw.  two  fleui&- 
de-lis  in  chief  and  a  cinquefoil  in  base  sa.  for  BROWNE,  2nd  and  3rd 
gu.  within  a  border  engr.  a  falcon  wings  expanded  or,  charged  on 
the  breast  with  a  pheon  sa.  on  a  canton  of  the  second  a  fess  chequy 
arg.  and  az.  for  KNOX.  Crests— ist,  BROWNE.  An  eagle  displayed 
with  two  heads  vert,  charged  on  each  wing  with  a  fleur-de-lis  or  ; 
2nd  KNOX,  a  falcon  on  a  perch  close  ppr.  charged  on  the  breast  with 
a  pheon  sa.  Mottoes— (Over)  Moveo  et  proficio ;  Suivez  raison. 

Seat— Aughentaine  Castle,  Five-Mile-Town,  co.  Tyrone.  Club 
— Kildare  Street.  ^ 

BROWNE    OF    BROWNESTOWN. 

GEORGE  EAKINS 
BROWNE,  of  Brownes- 
town,  co.  Mayo,  J.P. 
and  D.L.,  M.P.  1870- 
80,  b.  1837  ;  m-  Ist> 
1858,  Julia,  4th  dau. 
of  the  late  Maurice 
Blake,  of  Ballinafad. 
She  d.  1876,  leaving 
issue, 

1.  George  Maurice,  d.  unm. 
1879- 

2.  LLEWELLYN  MONTAGUE 
Major   5th    Royal   Dublin 
Fus. 

1.  Anna,  m.  James  Wilson. 

2.  Mary,  a  nun. 

3.  Gabriel,  d.  inf. 

4.  Stella,  m.  ist,  Edward 
W.  Keegan  ;  2ndly,  George 
Power-Lalor       (see      that 
family). 

He  m.  2ndly,  1879, 
Julia  Mary,  dau.  of 
James  Lynch,  and  had  issue, 

5.  Kathleen,  m.  Bartholomew  Hackett,  M.D. 

He  m.  3rdly,  1883,  Honoria  Eleanor,  dau.  of  Francis 
Murphy  of  Kilcairne,  co.  Meath. 

Lineage. — ANDREW  BROWNE,  4th  son  of  Josias  Browne,  of 
the  Neale  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  KILMAINE,  B.),  by  Joan  his  wife, 
dau.  of  Edward  Bermingham,  of  Carrick,  co.  Kildare.  He  m. 
Catherine,  dau.  of  Ulick  Burke,  of  Castlehackett,  and  had  issue, 

1.  VALENTINE,  his  heir, 

2.  Augustine,  m.  Anastasia,  dau.  of  John  Cormack,  and  had 
issue,  i.  Andrew,  2.  John,  and  i.  Margaret. 

1.  Alice,  m.  Edmund  Kelly. 

2.  Joan,  m.  Arthur  Lynch.       3.  Margaret,  m.  Panl  Daly. 
4.  Bridget,  m.  Edward  Brown. 

The  elder  son, 

VALENTINE  BROWNE,  of  Liskellan,  co.  Mayo,  m.  Maud,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Lovelock.  His  will,  dated  20  May,  1701,  was  proved  at 
Tuam,  5  Jan.  1704.  He  had  issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  his  heir. 

2.  Andrew.  3.  John. 

1.  Maud.  2.  Bridget. 

The  eldest  son, 

GEORGE  BROWNE,  of  Liskellan,  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John 
Browne,  of  the  Neale,  and  had,  with  an  elder  son,,  who  d.  young,  a 
son  and  a  dau. 

JOHN,  his  heir. 

Julia,  whose  will,  dated  3  May,  1742,  was  proved  10  Oct.  that 

year. 
The  only  surviving  son, 

JOHN  BROWNE,  of  Brownestown,  co.  Mayo,  m.  Catherine  (d.  May, 
1778),  dau.  of  Denis  Daly,  and  d.  May,  1762,  leaving  issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  his  heir. 

2.  Denis,  m.  Alice,  dau.  of  James  Mahon,  of  Oughterdowney,  co. 
Galway. 

1.  Elizabeth,    m.  Dec.  1760,  Hugh    O'Donell,  Jr.,  of   Newport, 
co.  Mayo. 

2.  Margaret,  m.  Henry  Lynch,  of  Ballycurran,  co.  Mayo. 
The  elder  son, 

GEORGE  BROWNE,  of  Brownestown,  m.  12  Sept.  1762,  Catherine, 
dau.  of  Maurice  Blake,  of  Ballinafad.  His  will,  dated  8  March, 
1798,  was  proved  12  Dec.  1801.  He  left  issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  his  heir. 

2.  John,  d.  unm.  Nov.  1810.     Will  dated  3  Sept.  1810,  proved 

22  NOV.  l82O. 

3.  Maurice.  4.  Denis.  5.  Andrew. 

1.  Maria,  d.  unm.  1829. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  George  Martyn,  of  Gregan's  Castle,  co.  Clare. 

3.  Frances,  m.  1807,  Hyacinth  George  Burke,  of  Slatefield,  co. 
Galway. 

The  eldest  son, 


GEORGE  BROWNE,  of  Brownestown,  whose  will,  dated  14  Feb. 
1823,  was  proved  10  Nov.  1829.  By  Catherine,  dau.  of  —  Stuart, 
his  first  wife,  he  had  a  son, 

JOHN  JOSEPH,  s.  his  grandfather. 
The  son, 

JOHN  JOSEPH  BROWNE,  of  Brownestown,  m.  Maria,  dau.  of 
Walter  Eakins,  and  d.  1844  (will  dated  17  Nov.  1843,  proved 
3  June,  1845),  having  had  two  sons,  of  whom, 

1.  GEORGE  EAKINS,  s.  to  Brownestown. 

2.  Walter  J.,  d.  unm.,  will  proved  Oct.  1908. 

Arms — Sa.  three  lions  passant  in  bend  between  two  double 
cotises  arg.  Crest — An  eagle  displayed  vert.  Motto — Suivez 
raison. 

Seat — Brownestown,  co.  Mayo.  Residence — 14,  Shanganagh 
Terrace,  Killeney,  co.  Dublin.  Club — Reform. 


WOGAN-BROWNE  OF  CASTLE  BROWNE. 

COL.  FRANCIS  WIL- 
LIAM NICHOLAS  WOGAN- 
BROWNE,  of  Castle 
Browne  and  Keredern, 
co.  Kildare,  late  com- 
manding  3rd  King's 
Own  Hussars,  b.  17  Feb. 
1854;  m.  ii  Aug.  1879, 
Beda,  3rd  dau.  of  James 
Costello,  of  Fox  Hall, 
co.  Dublin.  He  assumed 
by  deed  poll,  30  Jan< 
1880,  the  additional 
name  of  Woo  AN,  which 
had  been  borne  as  a 
Christian  name  by  the 
family  for  several  gene- 
rations. He  has  had 
issue. 

1.  Francis      Thomas,      2nd 

Lieut.  Scottish  Rifles,  b.  29  June,  1882  ;  d.  4  Oct.  1902,  drowned 
at  Greystones,  co.  Wicklow. 

2.  Henry  Edward,  b.  21  Aug.  1883  ;  d.  27  Oct.  1886. 

3.  JOHN  HUBERT,  b.  23  July,  1896. 

1.  Mary  Charlotte  Anna,  b.  12  Sept.  1880;    m.  12  July,  1905, 
Major  Alfred  Maitland  Addison,  son  of  the  late  Capt.  C.  Maitland 
Addison,  59  th  Foot. 

2.  Beatrice  Judith,  b.  9  April,  1886  ;   d.  22  Oct.  1886. 

3.  Judith  Helen,  b.  18  Oct.  1887. 

4.  Dorothea,  b.  15  Aug.  1890  ;  d.  unm.  31  Aug.  1910. 

5.  Claire  Renee,  b.  9  Aug.  1893. 

Lineage. — JOHN  BROWN,  of  Giggotstown,  co.  Kildare,  whose 
will,  dated  3  May,  1629,  was  proved  6  May  following,  m.  Ellis  Stoak, 
and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  Christopher.  2.  THOMAS,  of  whom  we  treat. 

The  younger  son, 

THOMAS  BROWNE,  of  Dublin  and  Castle  Browne,  co.  Kildare, 
admitted  to  the  King's  Inns  as  Attorney  27  May,  1639  ;  m. 

22  June,  1646,  Begnet^  dau.  and  heiress  of  Nicholas  Stephens,  of 
Dublin,  and  d.  2  April,  1693  (will  dated  19  Oct.  1687,  and  proved 
28  June,  1694),  having  by  her  (who  d.  22  Dec.  1665)  had  issue 
(with    three    daus. :     1.  Honora,    m.    i    May,    1665,    Col.    James 
Dempsey  ;  2.  Mary,  m.  Patrick  Alen,  of  St.  Wolstan's,  co.  Kildare  ; 
and  3.  Ciceley)  a  son, 

JOHN  BROWNE,  of  Dublin  and  Castle  Browne,  co.  Kildare,  m. 
May,  1685,  Hon.  Mary,  dau.  of  William,  3rd  Viscount  Fitzwilliam 
(see  BURKE'S  Extinct  'Peerage),  and  d.  27  Jan.  1693,  aged  42  (will 
dated  25  and  proved  30  Jan.  same  year),  having  by  her  (who  d. 
19  May,  1693)  had  issue, 

1.  STEPHEN  FITZWILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Christopher,  of  Castle  Browne,  co.  Kildare,  d.  unm.  23  Dec. 
1736  (will  dated  18  Dec.  1736,  proved  3  Feb.  1736-7). 

3.  Bruno,  administration  granted  14  Nov.  1741,  to  his  widow 
Elizabeth. 

1.  Alice,  m.  John  Taylor. 

2.  Anne,  d.  21  Dec.  1736  (will  dated  21  Nov.  1736,  proved  28 
July,  1737). 

3.  Elizabeth. 
The  2nd  son, 

STEPHEN  FITZWILLIAM  BROWNE,  of  Castle  Browne,  m.  (ist), 
his  cousin,  dau.  of  Thomas,  4th  Viscount  FitzWilliam.  She  d. 

23  July,  1722,  and  (2ndly),  Judith,  2nd  dau.  of  John  Wogan,  of 
Rathcoffey,  co.  Kildare,  by  Judith  Moore,  his  wife,  and  d.  3  July, 
1767,  leaving  issue, 

1.  John,  d.s.p.  1777.  2.  Thomas. 

3.  Nicholas.  4.  MICHAEL,  of  whom  presently. 

5.  Christopher. 

6.  Anthony,  Col.   in   the  Saxon  Service,   m.   M.   Sacgrea,  and 
had  issue, 

Anthony,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Gen.  Cuppage,  and  had  issue, 

Anthony,  Major  in  the  Army,  m.  M.  Gildea,  and  has  issue. 


1.  Rose,  d.  unm. 
The  4th  son, 


2.  Elizabeth,  d.  unm. 


77 


IRELAND. 


Browne. 


MICHAEL  BROWNE,  of  Castle  Browne  (sometimes  called  Clon- 
goweswood),  Col.  in  the  French  Service,  m.  his  cousin  Catherine, 
dau.  of  Col.  Nicholas  Wogan,*  of  Rathcoffey,  and  d.  c.  1778,  leaving 
issue, 

1.  Thomas,  m.  Sarah  Pearson,  a  lady  of  considerable  property  in 
Westmorland,  and  d.s.p. 

2.  MICHAEL  WOGAN,  of  whom  presently. 
1.  Judith.  2.  Eliza. 

The  youngest  son, 

MICHAEL  WOGAN  BROWNE,  of  Castle  Browne,  Gen.  in  the  Saxon 
Service,  and  A.D.C.  to  the  King  of  Saxony,  by  whom  he  was  created 
a  baron,  was  commander  of  the  Guards  and  Governor  of  Dresden,  he 
tn.  Augusta  Frances,  dau.  of  Col.  Thomas  Prescott,  of  the  Guards, 
and  grand-dau.  of  ist  Viscount  Falmouth,  by  Charlotte  his  wife, 
niece  of  the  great  Duke  of  Marlborough,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Thomas,  Major  in  the  Army,  d.s.p.  1877. 

2.  Arthur,  Capt.  in  the  Austrian  Service,  d.  unm. 

3.  FRANCIS,  of  whom  we  treat. 

Lieut.-Gen.  Michael  Wogan  Browne  d.  1824.     His  youngest  son, 

FRANCIS  BROWNE,  of  Castle  Browne,  and  Tours,  France,  Major 
7th  Hungarian  Hussars,  Austrian  Service,  b.  1809  ;  m.  1849,  Char- 
lotte Rose,  dau.  of  Gen.  Baron  de  Keredern  de  Trobriaud,  Chief  of 
the  Staff  of  Marechal  Davoust,  Due  D'Auerstadt,  and  by  her  (who 
d.  17  Dec.  1902)  had  issue, 

1.  FRANCIS  WILLIAM  NICHOLAS,  now  of  Castle  Browne. 

2.  Charles  Michael  Edward,  of  L'Hermitage,  St.  Cyre,  Indre  et 
Loire,  Capt.  3rd  Batt.  Royal  Irish  Regt.,  b.  3  Oct.  1861  ;   m.  8 
July,  1896,  Vera  Marguerite  Mansel,  youngest  dau.  of  the  late 
Col.  Hunt  Boyse,  J.P.,  of  Bannow,  co.  Wexford  (see  that  family). 

1.  Charlotte,  6.  1851  ;    m.   Jan.    1878,    Capt.    Desire  Dupin  des 
Vastines,  70  Chasseurs  a  cheval,  and  d.s.p.  May,  1878. 

2.  Anne  Regina,  a  nun.  b.  1853. 
Major  F.  Browne   d.  March,  1876. 

Arms — Quarterly,  ist  and  4th,  sa.  a  chevron  between  three 
cranes  arg.  (for  BROWNE),  2nd  per  pale  ermine  and  gu.,  a  saltire 
counterchanged  (for  STEPHENS),  3rd,  or  on  a  chief  sa.,  three  martlets 
of  the  field  (for  WOGAN).  Crest — A  tiger  az.  maned,  tufted  and 
armed  or.  Motto — Qui  non  ciconia  tigris. 

Residence — Keredern,  Naas,  co.  Kildare. 


BROWNE  OF  BREAGHWY. 

DOMINICK        SIDNEY 

BROWNE,  of  Breaghwy, 

co.   Mayo,    J.P.,    D.L., 

High  Sheriff  1896,  Capt. 

and    Hon.    Major   late 

3rd  Batt.   Royal  Scots 

Fusiliers,  &.   31   March, 

1866  ;      m.     20     June, 

1895,  Elizabeth  Naomi, 

eldest    dau.     of     Hon. 

R.   R.  Dobell,  of  Beau. 

voir    Manor,      Quebec, 

Canada,  M.P.  and  P.C. 

Canadian     Parliament, 

and  has  issue, 

1.  DOMINICK  ANDREW  SID- 
NEY, b.  29  Feb.  1904. 

1.  Naomi  Frances  Muriel,  b. 
5  Jan.  1897. 

2.  Noel  Sidney,  b.  23  Dec. 
1899. 

3.  Moyra   Rose,  b.    i    Jan. 
1903. 

Lineage.  —  DOMINICK 
BROWNE,  of  Breaghwy,  co. 
Mayo,  Capt.  in  the  Army 
(younger  son  of  Sir  John 
Browne,  ist  bart.,  of  the 
Neale,  ancestor  of  the  Lord 
Kilmaine),  m.  Barbara,  dau.  of  Sir  Henry  Talbot,  and  niece  of  the 
Duke  of  Tyrconnell,  and  was  father  of 

ANDREW  BROWNE,  of  Breaghwy,  m.  Allinor,  dau.  of  Alexander 
Kirwan,  of  Dalgin,  and  had  a  son, 

DOMINICK  BROWNE,  of  Breaghwy,  b.  1701  ;  m.  rst,  Mabel,  dau.  of 
Sir  John  Browne,  Bt.  of  the  Neale,  who  d.s.p. ;  2ndly,  Anne  (d.  Dec. 


*  Col.  Nicholas  Wogan  of  Rathcoffey,  co.  Kildare,  was  the  son  of 
John  Wogan  of  Rathcoffey,  and  Judith  Moore  his  wife,  and  a 
direct  descendant  of  Sir  John  Wogan,  Chief  Governor  of  Ireland  in 
1295  and  1310.  Col.  Wogan's  sister  Judith,  m.  as  in  the  text, 
Stephen  Fitzwilliam  Browne,  of  Castle  Browne.  Col.  Wogan  m. 
Rose,  dau.  and  heir  of  Sir  Neill  O'Neill,  Bart.  His  will,  dated 
5  Feb.  1757,  was  proved  19  Dec.  1770.  He  left  issue, 

1.  John,  of  Rathcoffey,  m.  Hon.  Hellen  Browne  (sister  of  Lord 

Kenmare),  who  d.  1784. 

1.  Frances,  m.  John  Talbot,  of  Malahide,  and  was  grandmother 
of  Richard  Wogan  Talbot,  2nd  Baron  Talbot  de  Malahide. 

2.  Catherine,  m.  as  in  the  text,  her  cousin,  CoJ.  Michael  Browne, 
of  Castle  Browne. 


1771),  dau.  of  Martin  D'Arcy,  of  Houndswood,  co.  Mayo,  and  d.  1776, 
leaving  issue, 

1.  ANDREW  NICHOLAS,  his  heir. 

2.  John  Edmond  (Sir),  created  a  Bart,  of  Ireland  in  1797. 
The  elder  son, 

ANDREW  NICHOLAS  BROWNE,  of  Breaghwy,  a  Deputy  Governor 
for  Mayo,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  E.  Gilker,  and  d.  1796,  having  by  her 
(who  d.  1836)  had  issue. 

1.  DOMINICK,  Major  88th  Regt.,  d.  unm.  1803. 

2.  Edmond,  Lieut.-Col.  36th  Regt.,  d.  unm.  18  April,  1838. 

3.  JOHN,  of  whom  we  treat. 

1.  Ann.  m.  Charles  Tyler,  d.s.p. 

2.  Catherine,  m.  Capt.  G.  Cox,  and  d.s.p. 

3.  Dorothea,  m.  Capt.  J.  Hoey,  and  had  issue. 

4.  Rose,  m.  J.  Mullins. 

5.  Maria,  m.  James  Howell,  d.s.p. 

6.  Eliza,  d.  unm. 
The  3rd  son, 

LIEUT.-COL.  JOHN  BROWNE,  of  Breaghwy,  who  served  with  dis- 
tinction at  Waterloo,  and  in  several  engagements  in  the  Peninsular 
War,  b.  1790;  m.  2  Oct.  1823,  Frances  Jane,  dau.  of  John  Haw- 
thorn, of  Jamaica,  and  by  her  (who  d.  14  Jan.  1891)  had  issue, 

-1.  DOMINICK  ANDREW,  late  of  Breaghwy. 

2.  Montague,  Col.  late  24th  Regt.,  m.  ist,  Margaret  Elizabeth 
only  dau.  of  Charles  Maurice  Stack,  and  had  two  sons,  who  d.  unm., 
2ndly,  Emily,  dau.  of  Charles  Hall  Stack,  of  Mulloghmore,  co. 
Tyrone.     She  d.  1897,  and  he  m.  3rdly,  Kate,  dau.  of  Rev.  J. 
Dixon,  D.D. 

3.  Henry  John,  m.  Constance  Harding,  and  d.  1877,  having  had 
one  son,  who  d.  unm. 

4.  Frederick  Augustus,  d.  unm. 

5.  Arthur  Wellesley  Wyndham,  d.  unm. 

6.  Edmond   Charles,    Col.    commanding    Royal   Scots    Fusiliers 
Regntl.  District,  b.  8  April,  1843  ;   d.  7  Jan.  1910,  having  m. 
1894,  Catharine,  only  dau.  of  Patrick  Ness,  of  Braco  Castle,  N.B. 

7.  Augustus  Hawthorn. 

1.  Rose  Mary  Anne,  m.  John  Mitchell,  of  Hawthorn  Lodge,  Ayr 
N.B.     He  d.  May,  1883.     She  d.  Oct.  1899. 

2.  Sarah  Jane,  m.  Henry  Finch,  of  Ashurstwood,  Sussex. 

3.  Mary  Louisa,  d.  unm.  5  Nov.  1908. 

Col.  Browne  d.  20  Nov.  1849,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

DOMINICK  ANDREW  BROWNE,  of  Breaghwy,  co.  Mayo,  J.P.,  D.L., 
High  Sheriff  1881,  b.  30  June,  1824  ;  educated  at  the  R.  M.  College, 
Sandhurst ;  m.  26  July,  1864,  Emily  Louisa  (Breaghwy,  Castlebar, 
and  32,  Portland  Court,  W.},  only  dau.  of  John  Sidney  Hawkins,  of 
Brompton,  eldest  son  of  Sir  John  Hawkins,  Knt.,  Chairman  of 
Quarter  Sessions  for  Middlesex,  and  d.  9  Sept.  1902,  leaving  issue, 

1.  DOMINICK  SIDNEY,  now  of  Breaghwy. 

2.  Francis  John  Sidney,  b.  23  Aug.  1867 ;    d.  30  June,  1875. 
Arms — Sa.  three  lions  passant  in  bend   between  two  double 

cotises     arg.     Crest — An     eagle     displayed     vert.     Motto — Suivez 
raison. 

Seat— Breaghwy,  Castlebar.  Clubs— United  University  and 
Orleans,  S.W.,  and  Kildare  Street,  Dublin. 


BROWNE  OF  RATHAIN. 

DODWELL  FRANCIS  BROWNE,  of  Rathain,  co. 
Mayo,  M.A.  and  LL.B.  Trinity  College,  Dublin,  J.P, 
co.  Mayo,  Barrister-at-Law  of  the  Irish  Bar  and 
Advocate  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  Ceylon,  was 
appointed  15  Jan.  1893,  District  Judge  of  Colombo, 
and  retired  on  pension  April,  1903,  b.  23  May,  1841  ; 
m.  9  Aug.  1871,  Annabella,  dau.  of  Samuel  Glenny, 
of  Liverpool  (son  of  Isaac  George  Glenny,  Seneschal 
of  Newry,  who  was  grandson  of  Isaac  Glenny,  of 
Glenville,  co.  Down),  and  has  issue, 

1.  DODWELL,  M.B.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  6.  4  May,  1872,  Medical 
Officer  and  Resident  Magistrate,  Port  Hedland,  West  Australia  ; 
m.  1903,  Harriett  Lilian  Heppingstone,  and  has  issue, 

i.  Annabel  Mary  Dodwell.         2.  Margaret  Lilian  Dodwell. 

2.  Keppel   Glenny   Dodwell,    Barrister-at-Law    Irel.    and  Adv. 
Ceylon,  6.  15  Aug.  1873  ;  d.  i  Oct.  1908. 

3.  "O'Donel   Henry  Dodwell,  M.D.   Trin.  Coll.  Dub.,  Naas,   b. 
20  Sept.  1878  ;  m.  1902,  Grace  Louisa  Glover,  and  has  issue, 

O'Donel  Thornley  Dodwell,  b.  1903. 

1.  Norah  Lucy  Frances  Dodwell. 

"Lineage. — DODWELL  BROWNE,  of  Rathain  or  Rabins,  co.  Mayo, 
•*rd  son  of  Sir  John  Browne,  5th  bart.  of  the  Neale,  ancestor  of  the 
BARONS  KILMAINE  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage)  by  Margaret,  his  ist 
wife,  dau.  and  co-heir  of  Henry  Dodwell,  of  Athlone,  m.  April,  1762, 
Elizabeth,  eldest  dau.  and  co-heir  of  James  Cuff,  Lord  Tyrawley, 
and  d.  about  1796,  leaving  a  son, 

DODWELL  BROWNE,  of  Rathain,  Lieut.  R.N.,  m.  1797,  Maria, 
dau.  of  Sir  Neal  O'Donol,  Bart.,  of  Newport,  and  is  supposed  to  have 
d.  in  Canada  about  1819,  having  by  her  (who  d.  1809)  had  issue, 

1.  HUGH  JOHN  HENRY,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  NEAL  O'DONEL,  late  of  Rathain. 

1.  Mary  Anne  Moore,  m.  Peter  Digges  La  Touche  (see  that  family). 

2.  Margaret   Elizabeth,   m.   30  Aug.    1819,   Hon.   Henry   Caul- 
field,  of  Hockley,  co.  Armagh,  2nd  son  of  James,  4th  Viscount 
Charlemont,  and  d.  20  Oct.  1878,  leaving  issue  by  him,  who  d. 
4  March,  1862  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

3.  Matilda  Dorcas,  m.  Alexander  Richey. 

4.  Louisa  Julia,  m.  Dr.  Benjamin  Guinness  Darley. 

5.  Maria,  m.  Dr.  Long. 


Browne. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


The  elder  son, 

HUGH  JOHN  HENRY  BROWNF,  of  Rathain,  co.  Mayo,  b.  6  Feb. 
1800  ;  d.  unm.  i  Oct.  1868,  and  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

NEAL  O'DONEL  BROWNE,  of  Rathain,  co.  Mayo,  Resident  Magis- 
trate, King's  Co.,  1839-48,  co.  Cork,  1848-67,  b.  29  Dec.  1804  ; 
m.  Sarah,  dau.  of  Abel  Labertouche,  and  by  her  (who  d.  24  Aug. 
1843)  had  issue,  an  only  son, 

DODWELL  FRANCIS,  now  of  Rathain. 
Mr.  N.  O'D.  Browne  d.  15  March,  1874. 

Arms — Sa.  three  lions  passant  in  bend  between  two  double  co- 
tises  argent.  Crest — An  eagle  displayed  vert.  Motto — Suivez 
raison. 

Residence  —Rathain,  Castlebar,  co.  Mayo. 


BROWNE  OF  BIVEBSTOWN. 

CHARLTON  BASIL 
JEMMETT  BROWNE,  of 
Rivers  town,  co.  Cork, 
b.  2  July,  1866  ;  m.  22 
Dec.  1898,  Rosa  Cicely, 
dau.  of  Edward  Salter, 
and  has  issue, 

WARHAM,     b.      14     May, 

1904. 

Mary    Cicely,    b.    7    July, 

1902. 

Liineagre.  —  THOMAS 
BROWNE  used  on  his  seal  on 
deeds  of  the  i7th  century  the 
arms  of  BROWNE,  of  Abbot's 
Roding,  and  South  Weald 
Hall,  Essex,  with  augmenta- 
tion granted  to  Sir  Wiston 
Browne,  Gentleman  of  the 
Chamber  to  HENRY  VIII, 
1511.  These  arms  were  :  Gu. 
a  chevron  between  three  lions' 
gambs  erect  and  erased  arg.  within  a  bordure  of  the  second  on  a 
chief  of  the  last  an  eagle  displayed  sa.  He  settled  in  the  city  of 
Cork  about  the  time  of  the  Restoration,  and  m.  ist,  1663,  Anne, 
dau.  of  Robert  Vowell,  who  d.  without  issue  ;  he  m.  2ndly,  in  1666, 
Helena,  dau.  of  William  Hovell,  of  Kinsale,  co.  Cork,  and  by  her 
left  issue, 

1.  EDWARD,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Helena,  m.  James  Kingsmill. 

2.  Mary,  m.  Hugh  Millerd. 
The  son, 

EDWARD  BROWNE,  Mayor  of  Cork  1714,  purchased  Riverstown, 
co.  Cork,  b.  1676  ;  m.  1699,  Judith,  dau.  and  heiress  of  Warham 
J  emmett,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JEMMETT  (Rev.),  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Thomas,  m.  Judith,  only  child  of  Ambrose  Jackson,  and  left 
issue* 

3.  Edward,  d.  unm.  at  Lisbon,  1769. 

4.  St.  John  (Rev.),  D.D.,  m.  Amelia,  dau.  of  Edward  St.  George, 
and  left  issue.     His  younger  son  was  Sir  George  Sackville  Browne, 
K.C.B. 

5.  William  Hovell.  6.  John,  d.  1782. 

1.  Mary,  d.  1789. 

2.  Judith,  m.  Rev.  John   Kenney,  son  of  William  Kenney,   by 
Catherine,  dau.  of  Sir  Peter  Courthope,  and  left  issue  (see  KENNEY- 
HERBERT). 

The  eldest  son, 

THE  MOST  REV.  JEMMETT  BROWNE,  of  Riverstown,  was  suc- 
cessively Dean  of  Ross  1733,  Bishop  of  Killaloe  1743,  of  Cork  1745, 
and  of  Elphin  1772,  and  Archbishop  of  Tuam  1775.  He  m.  1723, 
Alice,  dau.  of  Thomas  Waterhouse,  and  d.  1782,  having  had  issue, 

1.  EDWARD,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Thomas  (Rev.),  m.  ist,  Feb.  1751,  Anne,  dau.  of  Rev.  David 
Waterhouse,  of  Inchowleran,  co.  Kilkenny.    He  m.  andly,  29 
April,  1758,  —  Waldron,  and  left  issue  by  his  ist  wife, 

1.  Alice, m.  25  Sept.  1775,  Lieut.-Col.  Roger  Parke,  of  Dunalley, 
co.  Sligo  (see  that  family). 

2.  Lydia,  m.  Caleb  Falkner,  eldest  son  of  Sir  Riggs  Falkner, 
ist  bart.  of  Anne  Mount,  co.  Cork,  and  d.s.p.m. 

3.  Warham,  bapt.  15  Nov.  1733,  Ensign  35th  Regt.  1758. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  Ven.  Chambre  Corker,  Archdeacon  of  Ardagh. 
His  eldest  son, 

THE  VEN.  EDWARD  BROWNE,  Archdeacon  of  Ross,  b.  1726  ;  m. 
ist,  1752,  Anne,  dau.  of  Christopher  Barbery,  of  Shandangan,  co. 
Cork,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

1.  JEMMETT  (Rev.),  of  whom  presently. 

2.  CHRISTOPHER  (Rev.),  d.  unm.  1802. 

1.  Hannah,  d.  unm. 

He  m.  2ndly,  Mary  Gertrude,  dau.  of  Richard  Jenkins,  of  Bicton 
Hall,  co.  Salop  (see  JENKINS  ofCuckton),  and  d.  1777,  leaving  issue, 

3.  Charlton  (Rev.),  d.  unm.  4.  Edward,  R.N. 

2.  Mary  Anne,  d.  unm.  3.  Isabella,  d.  unm. 

4.  Emma,  d.  unm. 

5.  Harriott  Gertrude,  m.  20  April,  Capt.  Anthony  Kynnersley,  of 
Shrewsbury,  co.  Salop,  and  left 'issue  (see  that  family).' 

The  eldest  son, 

REV.  JEMMETT  BROWNE,  of  Riverstown,  prebendary  of  Killas- 
pugmullane,  co.  Cork,  m.  1784,  Frances,  dau.  and  heiress  of  John, 
Blennerhassett,  of  Ballyseedy  (see  that  family),  and  d.  3  March, 
1797,  having  had  issue, 


1.  JEMMETT,  his  successor. 

2.  JOHN,  successor  to  his  brother. 

1.  Frances,  m.  1813,  Rev.  Francis  Fox,  of  Fox  Hall,  co.  Long- 
ford, and  left  issue  (see  Fox  of  Fox  Hall). 

2.  Jane,  d.unm. 

3.  Armabella,  d.  unm. 
His  elder  son, 

JEMMETT  BROWNE,  of  Riverstown,  High  Sheriff  co.  Cork  1816,  d. 
unm.  1850,  and  was  s.  by  his  brother, 

REV.  JOHN  BROWNE,  of  Riverstown,  LL.B.,  b.  1795  ;  m.  1832, 
i  Maria  Judith,  dau.  of  Rev.  James  Hamilton  (see  HAMILTON  of  Corna- 
;  cassa),  and  d.  25  July,  1857,  having  had  issue, 

1.  JEMMETT,  his  heir. 

2.  John  Christopher,  scholar  of  Corpus  Christi  Coll.  Oxford,  d 
1857. 

3.  Edward  Francis,  Lieut.-Col.  (retired)  35th  Regt.,  b.  3  Dec. 
1835  ;  m.  9  Aug.  1877,  Elizabeth  Mary,  eldest  dau.  of  Augustin 
Robinson,  of  West  Lavant  House,  Sussex,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Wiston  John,  b.  23  Sept.  1878. 

2.  Anthony  Edward,  Capt.    ist   Batt.   Royal  Sussex  Regt., 
b.  26  Jan.  1882. 

i.  Dorothy  Margaret. 

1.  Margaret,  d.  unm.  8  July,  1906. 

2.  Frances,  d.  in  infancy. 

3.  Annabel,  d.  unm.  1866.  4.  Grace,  d.  unm.  1863. 
5.  Caroline  Maria.  6.  Emma  Isabella. 

7.  Selina.  8.  Alice,  d.  young. 

!   The  eldest  son, 

JEMMETT   BROWNE,  of  Riverstown,   co.  Cork,  b.  6   Dec,  1832  ; 
m.  ist,  10  Aug.  1864,  Frances  Mary,  dau.  of  Henry  Miles  Custance. 
•    She  d.  15  Marrh,  1875,  having  had  issue, 

1.  CHARLTON  BASIL  JEMMETT,  now  of  Riverstown. 

2.  Arthur  Blennerhassett  Jemmett,  6.  29  May,  1869. 

1.  Ethel  Gnorgiana  Jemmett. 

j    He  m.  2ndly,  19  June,  1877,  his  cousin   Frances   Caroline  Cecil, 
;    eldest  dau.  of  Major  William  Walter  Stephenson,  Rifle  Brigade, 
and  Grace  Mary  his  wife,  dau.  of  Rev.  Francis  Fox.  of  Fox   Hall. 
j    He  a.  5  May,  1897.  leaving  issue  by  her, 

3.  William  Kellerman  Jemmett,  b.  24  April,  1878. 

2.  Grace  Muriel  Jemmett. 

Arms — Gu.  a  chevron  between  three  lion's  gambs  erased  and 
j  erect  or,  on  a  chief  crenellee  arg.  an  eagle  displayed  sa.  Crest — 
On  an  eastern  crown  or  an  eagle  displayed  with  two  heads  sa. 
Motto— Hoc  age. 

Seat— Riverstown,  co.  Cork.  Residence— 3,  Wells  Road, 
North  Gate,  Regent's  Park,  London,  N.W. 


BROWNE.    See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  KENMABE,  E., 
KILMAINE,    B.,    and   SLIGO,    M. 


BBOWNE-CLAYTON.    See  CLAYTON. 


BBOWNLOW.    See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  LTJBGAN,  B. 


BRUCE  OF  BENBUBB. 

JAMES 
BRUCE,  of 
I  Benburb,  co. 
Tyrone,  J.P. 
and  D.L., 
High  Sheriff 
1886,  6.  13 
April,  1835  .' 
w.4jan.i877, 
Mary  Hogg, 
dau.  of  Wil- 
liam Thomp- 
son, M.D.,  of 
Lisburn,  and 
relict  of 
George  Mit- 
chell. She 
d.s.p.  4  May, 

1893;  -.1 

Lineage. — • 
THOMAS  DE 
BRUYS,  of  Clack- 
mannan, m.  Mar- 
jorie  Chatteris 
(who,  as  his  relict, 
had,  1359-60,  a 
tierce  of  the  lands 
of  Clackmannan), 
and  d.  before  1348,  having  had  issue,  a  son, 

ROBERT  DE  BRUYS,  who  had  a  charter  of  Clackmannan  from 
King  DAVID  II  as  "  dilecto  consanguineo."     He  m.  Isabel,  dau. 


79 


IRELAND. 


Bruce. 


of  Sir  Robert  Stewart,  of  Durrisdeer  and  Innermeath,  and  d.  before 
1389,  leaving  issue, 

1.  ROBERT,  his  heir. 

2.  James,  Bishop  of  Dunkeld  and  Glasgow,  and  Lord  Chancellor 
of  Scotland. 

The  elder  son, 

SIR  ROBERT  DE  BRUS,  s.  his  father  in  Clackmannan,  m.  the  dau. 
of  Sir  John  Scrimgoeur,  of  Dudhope,  Constable  of  Dundee,  and  had 
issue, 

1.  DAVID  (Sir),  his  heir. 

2.  ALEXANDER,  of  Stanehouse  and  Airth,  of  whom  we  treat. 
Sir  Robert  had  also  a  natural  son,  Thomas,  of  Kennet.    The  2nd 
son, 

ALEXANDER  DE  BRUS,  was  first  of  the  House  of  Airth.  He  is 
proved  to  have  been  a  son  of  Sir  Robert  de  Brus,  of  Clackmannan, 
by  an  original  birth  brief  in  the  possession  of  the  Comte  de  Bruce 
in  France,  in  which  he  is  mentioned  as  "  Alexander  Brussius  Comar- 
chus  de  Airth,  qui  quidem  Alexander  Brussius  fuit  films  legitimi 
domini  Roberti  Brussii  Comarchi  de  Clakmanan  Equitis  Aurati." 
He  had  numerous  charters  from  the  Abbots  of  Holywood,  and  from 
Kings  JAMES  I  and  II.,  and  died  ante  1487,  having  m.  ist,  Janet, 
dau.  of  the  istLord  Livingston,  by  whom  he  had  no  issue.  He  m. 
andly,  Margaret,  dau.  of  Sir  Malcolm  Forrester,  of  Torwoodhead, 
and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Alexander  (Sir),  of  Brigham  and  Earlshall,  male  line  believed 
to  be  extinct. 

3.  Edward,  of  Kinnaird,  male  line  extinct. 

4.  Lucas,  of  Cultmalundie,  male  line  extinct. 

5.  Robert,  of  Auchenbowie,  ancestor  of  that  family. 

6.  David. 
The  eldest  son, 

SIR  JOHN  DE  BRUS,  m.  1471,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  William 
Mentieth,  of  Karse,  and  was  killed  by  the  Menteiths,  of  Karse,  1483, 
vit.  pat.,  having  had  issue, 

1.  ROBERT,  his  heir. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Lethbertsheilles,  ancestor  of  that  branch  and  of  the 
Comtes  de  Bruce  in  France. 

3.  James,  of  Mungowallis. 

1.  Helen,  m.  Mentieth,  of  Karse. 

2.  Janet,  m.  William  Livingstone,  of  Kilsyth. 

3.  Elizabeth,  m.  Muir,  of  Skaithmure. 
The  eldest  son, 

SIR  ROBERT  BRUS,  s.  his  grandfather  in  Airth  ;  »t.  Euphame, 
dau.  of  Alexander,  2nd  Lord  Montgomerie,  and  sister  to  Hugh, 
ist  Earl  of  Eglingtoun  ;  he  was  killed  at  Flodden  1513,  having  had 
issue. 

1.  ROBERT,  his  heir.  2.  John. 

1.  Isabel,  m.  Andreas  de  Methven  de  eodem. 
The  elder  son, 

SIR  ROBERT  BRUS,  s.  his  father  in  Airth  1513  ;  m.  ist,  Elizabeth 
Mentieth,  relict  of  —  Erskine,  by  whom  he  had  no  issue  ;  m.  andly, 
Janet,  dau.  of  Sir  Walter  Forrester,  of  Carden,  by  whom  he  had 
issue, 

1.  ALEXANDER,    his   heir.  2.  John. 

3.  Capt.  James,  male  line  extinct. 

4.  William. 

1.  A  dau.,  m.  Drummpnd,  of  Medhope. 

Sir  Robert  m.  srdly,  Marian,  dau.  of  Sir  David   Bruce,  7th  Baron  of 
Clackmannon,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

5.  Andrew,  of  Dysart  and  Nethermongal. 

6.  Robert,  of  Baldrig. 
The  eldest  son, 

SIR  ALEXANDER  BRUCE,  s.  his  father  in  Airth,  in  which  estate 
he  was  infefted  8  March,  1552  ;  m.  Janet,  dau.  of  Alexander,  5th 
Lord  Livingston,  d,  16  March,  1600,  having  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Robert,  of  Kinnaird,  male  line  extinct. 

3.  Sir  John,  of  Kincavel,  male  line  extinct. 

4.  Sir  Alexander,  of  Bangour,  male  line  extinct. 

5.  Robert,  of  Garvel. 

1.  Marion,  m.  William  Mentieth,  of  Karse 

2.  A  dau.,  d  s.p. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BRUCE,  m.  Jean,  dau.  of  John,  5th  Lord  Fleming,  and 
sister  to  John,  ist  Earl  of  Wigton  ;  d.  Feb.  1596,  vit.  pat.,  having 
had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  (Sir),  his  heir,  male  line  extinct. 

2.  William  (Sir),  of  Stenhouse,   created  Bart    of  Nova  Scotia, 
June,  1629  J   ancestor  of  that  branch. 

3.  Alexander,") 

4.  Robert,        Ull  d.s.p. 

5.  Alexander,] 

6.  PATRICK,  of  Newtoune,  of  whom  we  treat. 
The  youngest  and  3rd  surviving  son, 

PATRICK  BRUCE,  had  the  estate  of  Newtoune  of  Bothkenner,  m. 
1627,  Janet,  dau.  of  John  Jacksoun,  merchant  in  Edinburgh  ;  they 
had  a  charter  of  the  lands  of  Newtoune  5  July,  1627,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Patrick,  d.s.p.  vit.  pat. 

2.  William,  his  heir,  and  ancestor  of  the  Bruces,  of  Newtoune  and 
Cowden,  male  line  extinct. 

3.  MICHAEL,  of  whom  we  treat. 
The  youngest  son, 

MICHAEL  BRUCE,  was  Minister  of  Killinchie,  co.  Down,  m.  Jean, 
dau.  of  Robert  Bruce,  of  Kinnaird  (and  sister  of  Col.  Robert  Bruce, 
of  Kinnaird,  and  of  the  Life  Guards  of  CHARLES  I,  who  d.  of  wounds 
received  at  Worcester)  ;  he  suffered  much  persecution  on  religious 
grounds  ;  d.  at  Anworth,  Wigtonshire,  1693,  having  had  issue, 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir. 


2.  Robert,  "1 

3.  Michael,  >all  d.  young. 
1.  Anna,     J 

The  eldest  son, 

JAMES  BRUCE,  was  Minister  of  Killyleagh,  co.  Down  ;  m.  25 
Sept.  1685,  Margaret,  dau.  of  Lieut.-CoL  James  Trail!,  of  Tolychin, 
co.  Down.  She  d.  1706.  His  will  is  dated  Feb.  1725.  He  left 
issue,  ten  children,  of  whom  we  have  record  of  four  sons  and  three 
dam.. 

1.  MICHAEL,  his  heir. 

2.  Patrick,  Minister  of  Killyleagh,  ancestor  of  Sir  Henry  Hervey 
Bruce,  Bart.,  of  Downhill  co.  Londonderry. 

3.  William,  of  Dublin  and  Ardagon,  co.  Down,  d.  unm.  1755. 

4.  Hans,  d.  unm. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Rev.  James  Fleming. 

2.  Eleanor,       \  , 

3.  Magdalen,    f*  unm' 
The  eldest  son, 

MICHAEL  BRUCE,  b.  27  July,  1686,  was  Minister  of  Hollywood, 
co.  Down  ;  m.  Mary  Ker  ;  d.  Dec.  1735,  having  had  issue, 

1.  JAMES,  m.  and  left  an  only  dau., 
Anne. 

2.  SAMUEL,  of  whom  we  treat. 

3.  William,  d.s.p.  1764. 
1.  Eleanor,  d.s.p. 

The  2nd,  but  eldest  surviving  son, 

SAMUEL  BRUCE,  b.  17  March,  1722,  was  Minister  of  the  Presby- 
terian Church,  Wood  Street,  Dublin  ;  m.  March,  1751,  Rose,  dau. 
of  Robert  Rainey,  of  Magherafelt ;  d.  12  Feb.  1767  (will  proved  19 
Feb.  1767),  having  left  issue, 

1.  Michael,  drowned  at  Carrickfergus,  s.p.  1779. 

2.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Robert,  of  Frenchay,  near  Bristol,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Joseph 
Edye,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Robert,  of  Frenchay,  m.  Isabella,  dau.  of  Arthur  Palmer, 
and  by  her  had  issue, 

(1)  Robert,  of  Clifton,  m.  Rosa  Boulton,  by  whom  he  had 
issue, 

Robert  Arthur,  m.  Alice  Lucy,  dau.  of  Edward  Vaughan. 

(2)  Arthur  William,  d.s.p. 
(i)  Mary  Anne  Isabella. 

2.  William,  Barrister-at-Law,  m.  Eliza  Dovey,  d.s.p.  31  Dec. 
1877. 

1.  Anne,  m.  her  cousin  Haliday  Bruce. 

4.  Samuel,  of  Dame  Street  and  Dundrum,  Dublin,  d.s.p. 

1.  Elizabeth,-) 

2.  Mary,         ^-all  d.  unm. 

3.  Eleanor,    J 

The  eldest  surviving  son, 

WILLIAM  BRUCE,  b.  30  July,  1757,  was  Minister  of  the  ist  Presby- 
terian Church,  Belfast :  m.  Susannah,  dau.  of  Robert  Hutton ; 
d.  27  Feb.  1841,  having  had  issue, 

1.  SAMUEL,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  William,  b.  16  Nov.  1790,  was  Minister  of  the  ist  Presbyterian 
Church,  Belfast ;   m.  Jane  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William  Smith,  of 
Barbadoes  ;  d.  25  Oct.  1868,  having  left  issue, 

x.  William,  S 

2.  Samuel,   }>who  all  d.  unm. 

3.  Henry,    J 

1.  Margaret,  m.  Lucius  O.  Hutton. 

2.  Susannah.  3.  Jane   Elizabeth. 

4.  Eliza. 

5.  Maria,  m.  Herbert  D.  Derbishire. 

6.  Charlotte. 

3.  Haliday,  of   Glennageragh  House,  co.  Dublin,  m.  Anne,  dau. 
of  Robert  Bruce,  of  Frenchay  ;  d.  1856,  having  left  issue, 

i.  Robert,  d.  young. 

1.  Eliza,  d.  young. 

2.  Eliza,  m.  Professor  John  Couch  Adams,  the  distinguished 
astronomer. 

3    Emily  Rose,  d.  young. 

4.  Henry,  of  Demerara,  afterwards  of  London  :  m.  Mary,  dau.  of 
John  Swanwick,  and  d.  31  Aug.  1864,  having  left  issue, 

i.  Henry  Michael.  2.  Alexander,  d.s.p. 

3.  William  Wallace,  V.D.,  Lieut.-Col.  2oth  Middlesex  (Artists) 
Volunteers,  d.  20  Oct.  1907  ;  m.  Agnes  Mabel  (9,  Airlie  Gardens, 
Campden  Hill,  London,  W.\,  dau.  of  Thomas  Fielding  Johnson, 
J.P.,  of  Leicester,  and  has  issue, 

(i)  Marjorie.  (2)  Geraldine. 

(3)  Rosalind.  (4)  Eileen. 
(5)  Beatrix.                         '(6)  Elfreda. 

i.  Anna  Maria,  d.s.p.  2.  Emily. 

3.  Mary  Louisa.  4.  Clara,  m.  Russell  Swanwick. 

5.  Katherine. 

1.  Eliza,  m.  William  Curry,  M.P.,  Armagh,  Master  in  Chancery, 
Ireland,  and  d.s.p. 

2.  Emily,  m.   John  Strong  Armstrong. 

3.  Maria,  m.  Edward  Hutton,  M.D. 

4.  Susannah,  d.s.p. 
The  eldest  son, 

SAMUEL  BRUCE,  of  Thorndale,  co.  Antrim,  b.  1789  ;  m.  Annette, 
dau.  of  James  Ferguson,  of  White  Park,  co.  Antrim,  and  d.  4  May, 
845,  having  had  issue, 

1.  William  Robert,  of  Rockford,  co.  Dublin,  Master  of  the  Queen's 
Bench,  Ireland,  6.  i  Oct.  1833  ;  m.  11  Aug.  1870,  Florence  Helen, 
dau.  of  Alexander  Osborne,  and  d.  25  June,  1902,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Nigel  William,  d.  young. 

2.  Thomas  Robert,  heir  male  of  the  Bruces  of  Newtoune,  b.  i 
July,  1885. 

3.  Reginald  James,  6.  7  April,  1887. 


Bruce. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


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i.  Enid,  m.  9  July,  1891,  Thomas  Stoker,  C.S.I.,  B.A.,  son  of 
Abraham  Stoker  and  brother  of  Sir  William  Thornley  Stoker, 
ist  Bart,  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

z.  Lilian  Florence,  m.  Capt.  Eugene  Le  Mesurier,  who  d. 
29  May,  1906. 

3.  Louie  Mary,  m.  30  Aug.  1905,  Major  W.  Hessey,  Northum- 
berland Fus.,  and  has  issue. 

4.  Mabel. 

2.  JAMES,  of  Benburb. 

3.  Samuel,  of  Norton  Hall,  Campden,  co.  Gloster  (see  BRUCE  of 
Norton  Hall). 

Arms — Or,  a  saltire  and  a  chief  gu.  in  the  dexter  chief  a  mullet 
arg.  and  in  base  a  cinquefoil  of  the  second.  Crest — A  horse's  head 
couped  arg.  bridled  gu.  and  charged  on  the  neck  with  a  cinquefoil 
as  in  the  arms.  Motto — Do  well,  doubt  not. 

Seat — The  Manor  House,  Benhurb,  co.  Tyrone.  Clubs — 
Carlton  and  Boodle's. 

BRUCE  OF  MILTOWN  CASTLE. 

GEORGE  EVANS  BRUCE,  of  Miltown  Castle,  co. 
Cork,  Major  Norfolk  Regt.,  6,  15  Nov.  1867. 

Lineage. — This  is  a  branch  of  the  great  Scottish  house  of 
BRUCE.  ALEXANDER  BRUCE,  2nd  son  of  Sir  Andrew  Bruce,  of 
Earlshall,  co.  Fife  (who  was  lineally  descended  from  Sir  Robert 
Bruce,  ist  Baron  of  Clackmannan),  by  Helen  his  wife,  dau.  of 
Patrick,  7th  Lord  Gray,  took  an  active  part  as  a  Royalist  in  the 
cause  of  King  CHARLES  I.  In  1651  he  was  made  a  prisoner  at  the 
battle  of  Worcester,  and  suffered  two  years'  imprisonment.  "  As 
soon  as  this  Alexander  obtained  his  liberty  "  (we  are  quoting  from 
Sir  Robert  Douglas's  Baronage  of  Scotland),  "  he  m.  Mary,  only 
dau.  of  Capt.  Brooks,  Commander  of  the  Swallow,  sloop  of  war, 
and  niece  of  Jonathan  Saul,  an  Irish  gentleman,  then  residing  in 
London,  who  had  been  very  kind  to  him,  both  during  his  confine- 
ment and  afterwards.  In  1654,  he  retired  to  Ireland  with  his  lady, 
and  settled  at  Bandon  in  that  kingdom,  where  he  died  some  years 
thereafter,  leaving  issue,  a  son."  This  son, 

SAUL  BRUCE,  was  twice  Provost  of  Bandon,  and  lived  in  great 
friendship  and  intimacy  with  Sir  Richard  Cox,  Lord  Chancellor  of 
Ireland,  Judge  Bernard,  &c.  He  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Mr^  Ryce, 
Burgess  of  Bandon,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Saul,  who  d.  unm. 

2.  JONATHAN,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  Charles.  4.  David. 
The  2nd  son, 

THE  VERY  REV.  JONATHAN  BRUCE,  Dean  of  Kilfenora,  m.  Mary, 
dau.  of  Rev.  Lewis  Prytherick,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Lewis,  D.D.,  Vicar  of   Rainham,  in  Essex,  and  Preacher  of 
H.M.'s  Chapel  in  Somerset  House, 

2.  Saul,  d.s.p. 

3.  Charles  David,  d.s.p.  4.  GEORGE. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Capt.  Samuel  Hobson. 

2.  Catherine,  Mrs.  Delahide.  3.  Sarah,  Mrs.  Roberts. 
The  youngest  son, 

GEORGE  BRUCE,  Barrister-at-Law,  m.  1753,  Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Evans,  of  Miltown  Castle,  co.  Cork,  M.P.  (brother  of  George,  ist 
Lord  Carbery),  by  Mary  his  wife,  dau.  of  John  Waller,  of  Castle- 
town,  co.  Limerick,  and  by  her  (who  d.  Feb.  1799)  left  with  other 
issue,  a  son, 

THE  REV.  JONATHAN  BRUCE,  of  Miltown,  who  m.  17  April,  1781, 
his  cousin ,  Mary,  dau.  of  Eyre  Evans,  of  Miltown  Castle,  and  by  her 
<who  d.  9  Feb.  1837)  had  issue, 

1.  GEORGE  EVANS,  of  Miltown  Castle. 

2.  Eyre  Evans,  Major-Gen.  .H.E.I.C.S.,  m.  twice,  and  had  issue, 
George  Robert,  and  three  daus. 

3.  Jonathan,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of  Major  Maxwell,  and  has,  with  five 
other  sons   and  two  daus.,  Richard  Isaac,  C.I.E.,  late  Commr. 
in  Punjab  (Quetta,  Fairfax  Road,  Teddington),  b.  1840  ;  m.  1871, 
Lilla,   dau.  of  Rev.  J.   Beavor  Webb,   Rector  of  Dunderrow, 
Kinsale,  co.  Cork,  and  has  with  other  issue, 

1.  Jonathan  Maxwell,  Capt.  37th  Punjabis,  b.  22  June,  1873, 
m.  14  Sept.  1905,  Mabel  Walrond,  3rd  dau.  of  Henry  Tren- 
grouse,  J.P.,  of  Hampton  Wick. 

2.  Charles  Edward,  Capt.  Indian  Army,  b.  23  March,  1876,  m. 
i  Oct.i9o8,  Doris,  youngest  dau.of  late  John  Wilding,  of  Preston. 

1.  Elizabeth  Evans,   m.   Charles  Conyers,   of  Castletown ;    she 
d.s.p.  1868. 

2.  Mary,  m.  Eyre  Massy,  of  Glenville. 
The  eldest  son, 

GEORGE  EVANS  BRUCE,  of  Miltown  Castle,  J.P.,6  17  Jan.  1782  ;  m. 
4  Aug.  1818,  Frances,  2nd  dau.  of  Major  Greene,  H.E.I.C.S.,  of  Lota, 
co.  Cork,  by  the  Hon.  Jane  Massy,  his  wife,  dau.  of  Hugh,  2nd  Lord 
Massy,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JONATHAN,  of  Miltown  Castle. 

1.  Jane  Greene.  2.  Mary. 

3.  Frances  Catherine,  m.  her  cousin  Jonathan  Massy,  of  Glenville. 

4.  Georgina,  m.  Robert  Gibbings,  of  Woodville. 
Mr.  Bruce  d.  27  Feb.  1868,  and  was  s.  by  his  only  son, 

JONATHAN  BRUCE,  of  Miltown  Castle,  J.P.  cos.  Cork,  Limerick, 
and  Tipperary,  b.  18  June,  1819  ;  m.  27  July,  1865,  Annie  Sophia, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Hussey  de  Burgh,  late  Capt.  6ist  Regt.,  and 
great-grand-d;iu.  of  the  Chief  Baron  Hussey  Burgh,  and  d.  9 
Dec.  1884,  leaving  issue  by  his  wife,  who  d.  21  May,  1906, 

1.  GEORGE  EVANS,  now  of  Miltown  Castle. 

1.  Kate  de  Burgh. 

2.  Frances  Eveleen,  m.  9  April,  1901,  Malcolm  Cotter  Cariston 
Seton,  only  son  of  Bertram  William  Seton  (see  SETON  of  Treskerby). 
Seat — Miltown  Castle,  Charleville,  co.  Cork.     Club — Army  and 

Navy. 


BRUCE    OF    BALLYSCULLION. 

See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  BRUCE,  Bart. 


BRUCE.     See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  BRUCE,  Bart. 


BRUCE-KINGSMILL.    See  KINGSMILL. 


BRUEN  OF  OAK  PARK  AND  COOLBAWN. 

HENRY  BRUEN,  of  Oak  Park,  co.  Carlow,  and 
Coolbawn,  co.  Wexford,  late  Lieut.  R.A.,  High 
Sheriff  co.  Carlow  1886  and  co.  Wexford,  1909, 
6.  26  July,  1856;  m.  17  Nov.  1886,  Agnes  Mary, 
youngest  dau.  of  Right  Hon.  Arthur  MacMurrough 
Kavanagh,  P.C.,  of  Borris,  co.  Carlow,  and  had 
issue, 

HENRY  ARTHUR,  Lieut.  i5th  Hussars,  b.  Sept.  1887. 

Lineage. — JAMES  BRUEN  (said  to  have  been  of  Tarvin,  co. 
Chester),  went  to  Ireland  in  Cromwell's  Army  and  settled  at  Abbey- 
boyle,  co.  Roscommon.  He  was  administrator  to  his  brother, 
Henry  Bruen,  of  Dublin,  20  Nov.  1700. 

MOSES  BRUEN,  of  Boyle,  co.  Roscommon,  who  d.  1757  (will  dated 
8  July,  1750,  proved  24  Sept.  following),  left  issue, 

1.  Moses. 

2.  HENRY,  of  Oak  Park. 

1.  Bridget,  m.  John  Stafford,  of  Gillstown,  co.  Roscommon. 

2.  Mary,  m.  John  Knott. 

3.  Elinor  Catherine,  d.  unm.  1798. 

4.  Margaret,  m.  —  Fleming.  5.  Elizabeth. 
The  2nd  son, 

COL.  HENRY  BRUEN,  M.P.,  of  Oak  Park,  co.  Carlow  removed, 
about  the  year  1775,  to  estates  which  he  purchased  in  co.  Carlow. 
He  m.  16  Oct.  1787,  Harriette  Dorothea,  dau.  of  Francis  Knox,  of 
Rappa  Castle,  cp.  Mayo,  and  d.  1795,  leaving  issue, 

1.  HENRY,  his  heir. 

2.  John,  of  Coolbawn,  co.  Wexford,  d.s.p.  1828. 

3.  Francis,  of  Coolbawn,  co.  Wexford.  J.P.  and  D.L.,  M.P.  for 
Carlow,  b.  1800 ;    m.  1823,  Lady  Catherine  Anne  Nugent,  2nd 
dau.  of  George  Frederick,  7th  Earl  of  Westmeath,  and  d.s.p.  15 
Dec.  1867. 

1.  Maria,  m.  R.  Longfield. 

2.  Margaret,   m.    Rev.    Francis    Ruttledge,  of   Bloomfield,    co. 
Mayo. 

3.  Harriett,  m.  Rev.  George  Edward  Vernon,  andd.  5  Feb.  1866. 
He  d.  16  March,  1870,  leaving  issue  (see  VERNON  of  Clontarf  Castle). 

The  son  and  heir, 

COL.  HENRY  BRUEN,  of  Oak  Park,  M.P.  co.  Carlow,  m.  1822, 
Anne  Wandesforde,  dau.  of  Thomas  Kavanagh,  M.P.,  of  Borris 
House,  co.  Carlow,  by  the  Lady  Elizabeth  his  wife,  dau.  of  John, 
i7th  Earl  of  Ormonde,  and  d.  1852,  leaving  issue, 

1.  HENRY,  of  Oak  Park. 

1.  Elizabeth,  d.  1848. 

2.  Harriet,  m.  1857,  Lorenzo  William  Alexander,  who  d.  1867. 

3.  Anne,  m.  27  April,  1854,  Rev.  Benjamin  Burton,  and  d.  Feb. 
1871,  leaving  issue. 

The  son  and  heir, 

THE  RIGHT  HON.  HENRY  BRUEN,  of  Oak  Park,  co.  Carlow,  and 
Coolbawn,  co.  Wexford,  M.P.  co.  Carlow  1857  to  1880,  J.P.  and 
D.L.  of  that  co.,  and  High  Sheriff  1853,  J.P.  co.  Wexford,  High 
Sheriff  1883 ;  sworn  a  Privy  Councillor'  for  Ireland  1880  ;  b.  16 
June,  1828  ;  d.  8  March,  1912  ;  m.  6  June,  1854,  Mary  Margaret,  3rd 
dau.  of  Col.  Edward  M.  Conolly,  of  Castletown,  co.  Kildare,  M.P., 
and  by  her  (who  d.  13  May  1894)  had  issue, 

1.  HENRY,  now  of  Oak  Park. 

2.  Edward  Francis,  Capt.  R.N. 

3.  John  Richard,  d.  30  Nov.  1874. 

4.  Arthur  Thomas,  m.   14  July,   1908,  Lily,  youngest    dau.  of 
F.  Ruttledge,  J.P.,  of  Enniscorthy. 

5.  Charles,  d.  unm.  23  Feb.  1905. 

1.  Katherine  Anne,  m.  26  Feb.  1874,  Thomas,  2nd  Lord  Rathdon- 
nell   (see  BURKE'S  Peerage  and  Baronetage,   RATHDONNELL,    B.). 

2.  Mary  Susan. 

3.  Elizabeth,  m.  16  Oct.  1894,  Edward  Ussher  Roberts,  of  Gaultier- 
Woodstown,  Waterford,  only  son  of   the  late  Arthur  Ussher 
Roberts. 

4.  Eleanor. 

5.  Helen,  m.   n  Aug.   1896,  Major  Charles  W.  Bishop,  son  of 
James  Bishop,  of  Hamstead  Park,  Newbury. 

6.  Grace,  m.  4  Aug.  1910,  Sir  Hunt  Henry  Allen  Johnson- Walsh, 
5th  Bart,  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

Seats— Oak  Park,  Carlow  ;  Coolbawn,  Enniscorthy.  Club— 
Naval  and  Military. 


BRYAN  OF  JENKINSTOWN. 
See  BURKE'S  PBERAGE.BEL.IiEW. 


IRELAND. 


Buchanan. 


BRYAN  OF    UPTON    AND    BORRMOTJNT. 

CAPT.  LOFTUS 

ANTHONY  BRYAN, 
of  Upton,  and  Borr- 
mount  Manor,  co. 
Wexford,  J.P.  and 
D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1892,  Capt.  the 
Waterford  Artillery, 
Southern  Division, 
R.A.  ;  b.  14  Feb. 
1867  ;  m.  1886,  Annie, 
youngest  dau.  of  the 
lateM.  R.  Ryan,  J.P., 
of  Temple  Mungret, 
co.  Limerick,  and  has 
issue, 

1.  LOFTUS    ANTHONY,    b. 
2  Oct.  1886. 

2.  William  Jacob,  b.  5  Oct. 
1889. 

3.  John    Donough    Owen, 
b.  26  Oct.  1904. 

1.  Bertha  Charlotte  Georgina.     2.  Annie  Caitlin  Elizabeth. 

Lineage.— ABRAHAM  BRYAN,  of  Dublin,  Merchant,  temp. 
Queen  ANNE,  had  two  sons, 

1.  JACOB,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  Philip,  of  Norwich,  Norfolk. 
The  elder  son, 

REV.  JACOB  BRYAN,  Rector  of  Kilrush,  in  the  diocese  of  Meath,  b. 
in  Dublin,  1708,  entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  17  July,  1728,  aged 
20  years,  and  was  M.A.  1730.  He  m.  28  April,  1739,  Mary,  dau.  of 
Isaac  Dickinson,  of  Dublin,  and  of  Streetgate,  Cumberland  and 
had  issue, 

1.  ISAAC,  his  successor. 

2.  Daniel,  M.D.,  b.  20  June,  1757  ;    d.  unm. 

1.  Elinor,  b.  24.  Feb.  1748  ;  m.  Thomas  Racket. 

2.  Martha,  m.   1813,   Richard  Swift,  of  Lynn,  co.  Westmeath, 
and  had  issue. 

He  d.  6  Oct.  1794.     His  elder  son, 

THE  REV.  ISAAC  BRYAN,  Rector  of  Horetown,  co.  Wexford, 
b.  13  May,  1746  ;  m.  25  June,  1785,  Mary,  dau.  of  Maurice  Howlin 
D'Arcy,  of  Coolure,  co.  Wexford,  by  Eleanor  his  wife,  eldest  dau. 
of  Charles  Tottenham,  M.P.,  of  Tottenham  Green,  co.  Wexford, 
sister  of  Sir  John  Tottenham,  ist  bart.  of  Tottenham  Green,  and 
aunt  of  Sir  Charles  Tottenham  Loftus,  2nd  bart.,  created  EARL 
and  MARQUESS  OF  ELY.  By  her  (who  d.  1803),  Rev.  Isaac  Bryan 
left  at  his  decease,  1796,  two  daus.,  who  both  m.,  the  youngest 
m.  Mr.  Jackson,  President,  U.S.A.,  and  three  sons, 

A.  Jacob  Edward,  d.s.p. 

2.  Meade  Dennis,  b.  23  Jan.  1790,  d.s.p. 

3.  LOFTUS  ANTHONY,  of  Upton. 
The  3rd  son, 

LOFTUS  ANTHONY  BRYAN,  of  Upton,  co.  Wexford,  High  Sheriff 
of  the  city  of  Dublin  1836-7  (the  Freedom  of  the  City  of  Dublin  was 
conferred  on  Mr.  Loftus  Bryan),  b.  24  Aug.  1793  ;  m.  13  Oct.  1832, 
Marian,  dau.  of  William  Izon,  of  The  Lodge,  West  Bromwich,  co. 
Stafford,  and  had  issue, 

1.  ISAAC  WILLIAM,  his  heir. 

2.  Loftus  Anthony,  of  Highfield,  co.   Dublin,   B.A.  Trin.  Coll. 
Dublin,  b.  15  April,  1837  ;   m.  14  Nov.  1865,  Georgina  Percival, 
youngest  dau.  of  Thomas  M'Craith,  son  of  Thomas  M'Craith,  of 
Loughloher,  co.  Tipperary,  and  d.  1871,  leaving  by  her  (who  m. 
2ndly,   1886,   Major-Gen.  John  Roe,  formerly  of  Rockwell    co 
Tipperary,  and  d.  3  Oct.  1808)  an  only  surviving  son, 

LOFTUS  ANTHONY,  now  of  Upton  and  Borrmount  Manor. 

3.  Jacob,  b.  1840  ;   d.  unm.  31  March,  1866. 

4.  WILLIAM  IZON,  late  of  Upton  and  Borrmount  Manor. 

1.  Charlotte,  d.  19  April,  1910,  having  m.  the  late  Very  Rev. 
Francis  Swift,  of  Lynn  Lodge,  co.  Westmeath,  Dean  of  Clonmac- 
noise,  and  Rector  of  Mullingar,  co.  Westmeath. 

2.  Marian  m.  30  June,  1868,  George  Gledstanes  Richards    eldest 
son  of  John  Richards,  of  Macmine  Castle,  co.  Wexford,  who  d. 
24  Feb.  1876,  leaving  issue  (see  that  family}. 

Mr.  Bryan  d.  1865,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 
ISAAC  WILLIAM  BRYAN,  of  Upton,  J.P.,  co.  Wexford,  Barrister- 

at-Law,  M.A.,  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  29  Nov.  1833  ',   d-  unm.  7  Dec. 

1866,  and  devised  Upton  to  his  younger  brother, 

,,7WrLLIAM    IzON   BRYAN>   of   Upton   and   Borrmount   Manor,   co. 

Wexford,    J.P..    Barrister-at-Law,    M.A.,    and    LL.B.    Trin.    Coll. 

Dublin,  b.  29  Aug.  1841  ;    d.  unm.  21  Jan.  1873,  when   he  was   s. 

by  his  nephew,  the  present  proprietor. 
Arms — Erm.,  a  lion    rampant  gu.  crowned  or,  between  two 

cmquefoils  in  chief  and  a  fleur-de-lis  in  base  az.,  a  canton  of  the 

second  charged  with  three  bars  dancette  arg.     Crest — On  a  mural 

crown  ppr.  a  lion  rampant  gu.  collared  gemelle  or  and  charged  on 

the  shoulder  with  a  cinquefoil  arg.     Motto— Ferro  mea  recupero. 
Seats— Upton,  Kilmuckridge,  Gorey,  co.  Wexford  ;  Bo.rmount 

Manor,  Enniscorthy  ;    Kilgibbon  House,  Enniscorthy,  co.  Wexford    ' 


I.L.G. 


BUCHANAN  OF  EDENFEL. 

LIEUT.-COL.  JOHN  BLACKER  BUCHANAN,  of 
Edenfel,  co.  Tyrone,  R.A.M.C.,  (retired)  served  in 
S.  African  War,  b.  26  April,  1863  ;  m.  Oct.  1894, 
Mary,  eldest  dau.  of  Rev.  A.  Harland,  of  Harefield, 
Middlesex,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Helena  Margaret   I 

2.  Evaleen  Mary         }  twms>  b>  '3  J^v,  1898. 

3.  Mary  Elizabeth,  b.  July,  1905. 

Lineage. — THOMAS  BUCHANAN,  of  Carbeth,  was  son  of  Thomas 
Buchanan  (by  Isabel,  dau.  of  Murdoch  Stuart,  Duke  of  Albany). 
3rd  son  of  Sir  Walter  de  Buchanan,  i3th  Laird  of  Buchanan  (see 
BUCHANAN-HAMILTON).  He  m.  2ndly,  his  cousin,  dau.  of  Buchanan 
of  that  ilk,  and  had  issue, 

JOHN  BUCHANAN,  of  Gartincaber,  parish  of  Buchanan,  co.  Stir- 
ling, b.  1545  ;  m.  and  had  issue, 

GEORGE  BUCHANAN,  of  Gartincaher,  b.  1578  ;  m.  Elizabeth,  dau. 
of  Walter  Leckie,  of  Dishcour,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  George  (descendants  in  America). 

3.  Thomas,  of  Gartincaber. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BUCHANAN,  for  whom  his  father  purchased  the  lands  of 
Blairluisk,  co.  Dumbarton,  b.  1615  ;  m.  his  cousin  Jean,  and  had 
issue, 

GEORGE  BUCHANAN,  of  Blairluisk,  b.  1648  ;  sold  Blairluisk  1674. 
to  his  brother  William,  and  settled  near  Omagh,  co.  Tyrone  ;  m. 
Elizabeth  Mayne,  and  had  issue, 

JOHN  BUCHANAN,  b.  1676;  m.  1703,  Catherine  Black,  and  had 
ssue  four  sons,  of  whom, 

1.  JOHN,  his  heir. 

2.  Thomas,  ancestor  of  James  Buchanan,  isth  President  of  the 
United  States. 

The  son  and  heir, 

JOHN  BUCHANAN,  b.  1704;  m.  ist,  1735,  Jane  Nixon,  and  had 
issue, 

JOHN  BUCHANAN,  of  Omagh,  b.  1736;  m.  ist,  Maria,  dau.  of 
Capt.  Long,  which  lady  d.s.p.;  2ndly,  1771,  Sarah,  dau.  of  Oliver 
Sproule,  and  d.  1820,  leaving  issue  with  several  daus., 

1.  James,  b.  1772,  was  H.B.M.  Consul  General  in  America  (1817 
to  1844),  where  his  descendants  still  remain. 

2.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently.      3.  George,  b.  1782  ;   d.s.p.  1860, 

4.  William,  b.  1784  ;  d.  1835. 

5.  Alexander,  b.  1786  ;    d.s.p.  1840. 
The  2nd  son, 

JOHN  BUCHANAN,  of  Omagh,  b.  1779  ;  purchased  Lisnamallard 
from  Sir  Hugh  Stewart,  Bart,  in  1828  ;  m.  6  April,  1820,  Mary  Jane, 
dau.  of  the  late  James  Blacker,  a  Divisional  Magistrate  of  Dublin, 
High  Sheriff  1805  (see  BLACKER  of  Woodbrook).  She  d.  Feb.  1857. 
He  d.  Jan.  1842,  leaving  issue, 

1.  John  Blacker,  b.  Jan.  1821  ;  d.s.p.  Dec.  1860. 

2.  James  Blacker,  b.  Dec.  1824  ;  d-s.p.  April,  1852. 

3.  George,  of  Keston  Towers,   Kent,  b.  May,  1827;    m.   1860, 
Gertrude,  dau.  of  George  Armitage,  D.L.,  of  Nunthorpe,  co.  York 
(see  that  family),  and  d.s.p.  June,  1897. 

4.  William  Blacker,  b.  Jan.  1831 ;  d.s.p.  Feb.  1857. 

5.  Mansergh  George,  b.  Oct.  1832  ;  d.s.p.  Oct.  1876. 

6.  Alexander  Carlile,  of  The  Oaks,  Morden,  Manitoba,  6.  Feb.  1834; 
m.  19  Nov.  1863,  Anna  Sophia,  dau.  of  James  Wilson,  and  d.  Dec. 
1897,  leaving  issue,  settled  in  Canada. 

7.  LEWIS  MANSERGH,  late  of  Edenfel  and  Lisnamallard. 

1.  Jane  Elizabeth,  of  Lisnamallard,  co.  Tyrone,  d.  unm.  3  Dec. 
1910. 

2.  Sarah  Caroline,  d.  unm.  March,  1893. 

3.  Elizabeth    Eleanor,    of   Lisnamallard,    co.    Tyrone,   d.    unm. 
April,  1906. 

The  7th  son, 

COL.  LEWIS  MANSERGH  BUCHANAN,  C.B.,  F.R.G.S.,  of  Edenfel 
and  Lisnamallard,  co.  Tyrone,  b.  31  Dec.  1836  ;  Hon.  Col.  and  late 
Lieut.-Col.  commanding  4th  Batt.  Royal  Inniskilling  Fusiliers, 
formerly  an  Officer  of  the  88th  Connaught  Rangers,  in  which  regt. 
he  served  through  the  Indian  Mutiny.  He  d.  23  April,  1908,  having 
m.  ist,  1862,  Eleanor  Margaret  (d.  1877),  dau.  of  the  late  William 
Whitla,  of  Lisburn  (see  WHITLA  of  Ben  Eaden)  ;  and  2ndly,  1878, 
Wilhelmina  (d.  i  April,  1908),  dau.  of  George  A.  Molony,  R.M. ; 
and  by  his  first  wife  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  BLACKER,  now  of  Edenfel. 

2.  Lewis  Ernest,  Capt.  and  Hon.  Maj.  4th   Batt.  Royal  Innis. 
Fus.,  served  in  S.  African  War,  b.  4  Sept.  1868  ;   m.  3  Dec.  1903, 
Constance  Kate,  dau.  of  Frederick  S.  Goulding,  of  Brockley,  Kent, 
and  has  issue, 

1.  Joyce  Elinor,  b.  22  Aug.  1905. 

2.  Audrey  Elizabeth,  b.  26  March,  1907. 

3.  Constance  Phyllis,  b.  9  Oct.  1909. 

3.  Mansergh  George  Reginald,  b.  7  Sept.  1872  ;    m.  1896,  Amy, 
dau.  of  John  Hughes,  of  Blackburn. 

4.  Calvert  James  Stronge,  served  in  S.  African  War,  6.  10  July, 
1874- 

1.  Ethel  Elizabeth,  d.  i  Nov.  1910,  having  m.  Jan.  1889,  William 
P.  Grubb,  of  Bessbrook. 

2.  Mary  Jane   Eleanor,   m.   Sept.    1888,   Effingham  MacDowel 
F.R.C.S.I. 

8.  Alice  Lilian,  m.  30  Nov.  1898,  Charles  Stuart  Hope,  of  Kyle- 
more,  Bickley,  son  of  the  late  Rev.  James  Hope,  Rector  of  Whalley 
Range,  Manchester. 

4.  Eleanora  Agnes,  m.  3  Sept.  1902,  Col.  Mackenzie  Churchill,  of 
The  Granleys,  Cheltenham. 
Seat — Edenfel,  Omagh,  co.  Tyrone. 


Budgen. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


BUDGEN  OF  BAL.LINDONEY. 

STEPHEN  THEODORE  JANSSEN  EDMUND  BUDGEN, 
of  Ballindoney,  co.  Wexford,  J.P.,  &.  16  Dec.  1875  ; 
m.  30  March,  1910,  Elizabeth  Siddons,  elder  dau. 
of  the  late  Major-Gen.  John  Anstruther  Angus, 
B.N.I. 

Lineage.— JOHN  BUDGEN,  of  Penshurst,  Kent,  son  of  WILLIAM 
BUDGEN,  of  Penshurst,  Kent,  who  d.  temp.  HENRY  VIII,  left  issue, 

1.  OLIVER,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  William  (Rev.),  of  Emanuel  Coll.  Camb. 

1.  Susan,  m.  John  Fry,  of  Mitchells,  Spredhurst. 
The  eldest  son, 

OLIVER  BUDGEN,  of  Haesden,  Leigh,  near  Tonbridge,  Kent,  0. 
1555,  d.  1625,  leaving  a  son, 

JOHN  BUDGEN,  of  West  Newdegate,  Surrey,  which  he  purchased 
1636,  was  educated  at  Clare  Coll.  Camb.,  m.  ist,  the  dau.  of  Bennett, 
of  Hastings,  and  by  her  had, 

1.  John,  d.  1652. 

He  m.  andly,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Steere,  of  Ockley,  and  by  her 
had  issue, 

2.  John,  M.A.,  M.D.,  and  Fell,  of  Trin.  Coll.  Camb.  ;  d.  unm.  1696. 

3.  William,  Fell,  of  Trin.  Coll.  Camb.,  d.  1661. 

4.  Thomas,  d.  1671.  5.  Edward,  d.  1716. 
6.  JAMES,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  —  Bridger,  and  had  issue. 
The  youngest  son, 

JAMES  BUDGEN,  of  West  Newdegate,  Surrey  ;  m.  the  widow  of  — 
Morton  and  dau.  of  Rev.  Mr.  Lee,  of  Bucks,  and  had  issue, 

1.  John,  M.A.,  M.D.  Trin.  Coll.  Oxford,  6.  1676  ;   m.  Mary,  dau. 
of  J ames  Ede,  of  Cudworth.     Shed.  1768.      He  d.s.p.  June,  1740. 

2.  EDWARD,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  James,  b.  1680,  d.  unm.  1707. 
The  second  son, 

EDWARD  BUDGEN,  of  West  Newdegate,  and  Shrub  Hill,  Dorking, 
Sheriff  of  Surrey  1698,  b.  1677  ;  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  James  Ede, 
of  Cudworth,  and  d.  Aug.  1719,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Edward,  m.  Mary,  dau.  and  heir  of  Peter  Hussey,  of  Shire, 

and  d.s.p.  12  Aug.  1728. 


DTJNBAR-BULLER    OF    WOBURN. 

CHARLES  WILLIAM 

DUNBAR-BULLER,     of 

Woburn,  co.  Down, 
and  Tofts  Monks, 
Norfolk,  J.P.  and 
D.L.,  co.  Down,  High 
Sheriff  1 894,  D.L. 
Norfolk,  formerly 
Fellow  and  Sub- 
warden  of  All  Souls' 
Coll.  Oxford,  6.  2  Oct. 
1847  ;  m.  22  July, 
1890,  GeorgianaAnne 
Elizabeth,  only  sur- 
viving child  of  the 
late  George  Dunbar, 
D.L.,  sometime  M.P. 
for  Belfast,  He 
assumed  the  addi- 
tional name  and  arms  of  DUNBAR  by  Royal  Licence 
1891.- 

Lineage—  (of  DUNBAR)— JAMES  DUNBAR,  a  cadet  of  the  family 
of  Dunbar,  of  Hempriggs,  in  Scotland,  had  a  son, 

GEORGE  DUNBAR,  of  Belfast  and  afterwards  of  Dungannon, 
co.  Tyrone.  His  will,  dated  7  Jan.  1779,  was  proved  18  Nov.  that 
year.  He  left  issue, 

1.  JOHN,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  A  dau.  m.  Henry  Joy. 

2.  Eleanor. 
The  only  son, 

JOHN  DUNBAR,  of  Dungannon,  co.  Tyrone,  m.  Wilfrida,  dau.  of 
John  Gilmore,  of  Boghead,  co.  Antrim,  and  had  issue, 


2.  John,  d.  young.  3.  William,  rf.  young.  1.  John  Gilmore,  ot  Woburn,  co.  Down,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  John 

4.  James,   B.A.,  Trin.  Coll.    Oxford,    1702;    m.   Mary,   dau.   of  \      Cunningham,  of  Belfast,  and  d.s.p. 


J.   Ede,  of  Cudworth,  and  d.   8  March,   1731.     She  m.   andly, 

Richard  Morton  and  d.  1778. 

5.  THOMAS,  of  whom  presently. 
The  youngest  son, 

THOMAS  BUDGEN,  of  West  Newdegate,  and  Shrub  Hill,  Dorking, 
M.P.  for  Surrey  in  the  last  two  Parliaments  of  GEORGE  II.  and  the 
first  of  GEORGE  III.  who  refused  a  baronetcy  in  both  those  reigns, 
m.  Penelope,  dau.  of  Daniel  Smith,  Governor  of  Nevis,  and  d. 
3  March,  1772,  leaving  issue, 

JOHN  SMITH,  hi»  he<r. 

Penelope,  m.  William  Hewson,  and  had  issue. 
The  only  son, 

JOHN  SMITH  BUDGEN,  of  West  Newdegate,  and  Dorking,  M.A. 


2.  George,  d.s.p. 

'  ,    \.  Ale 
had  issue, 


1.  Sarah,  m.  Alexander  Orr,  of  Landmore,  co.  Londonderry,  and 


1.  James  Alexander  ORR,  m.  Anne,  dau.  of  William  Johnston,  of 
Belfast,  and  had  a  son,  James. 

2.  GEORGE  DUNBAR,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  Rev.  John  Paul,  ot  Aghadowy,  co.  London- 
derry. 

2.  Anna  Alexandra,  m.  Rev.  Michael   Dillon   Pilkington,  of 
Riverville,  co.  Galway. 

2.  Eleanor,  m.  Rev.  John  Hough  ton,  of  Middleton,  Lancashire. 
The  grandson, 

.  GEORGE   DUNBAR    DUNBAR    (formerly    Orr),  of    Woburn,    co. 

..  Coll.  Oxford,  b.  28  June,  1741  ;  m.  Lucretia,  dau.  of  Matthew     Down,  Barrister-at-Law,  D.L.  co.  Down,  M.P.  for  Belfast  1835-7 
Mills,  of  St.  Christopher's.     She  d.  8  Nov.  1798.     He  d.  25  May,     and  1838-41,  assumed  by  Royal  Licence  18  March,  1833,  the  name 

and  arms  of  DUNBAR  in  lieu  of  his  patronymic  ORR,  b.  1800  ;  m. 
13  April,  1844,  Harriet  Susan  Isabella,  only  dau.  of  Lord  George 
Thomas  Beresford  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  WATERFORD,  M.).  She 
d.  18  April,  1859.  He  d.  12  Aug.  1875,  having  had  issue, 

John  George  Henry  William,  of  Woburn,  co.  Down,  Capt.  ist 
Life  Guards,  b.  13  June,  1848 ;  d.  1884. 

GEORGIAN  A  ANNE  ELIZABETH,     m*    as   above,    22  July,    1890. 
CHARLES  WILLIAM  BULLER,  now  DUNBAR-BULLER. 
Lineage— (of  BULLER)— JOHN  BULLER,   of   East   Looe,  and 


Trto 


1805,  leaving  with  three  daus.,  Lucretia,  Cornelia,  and  Mar 
only  son, 

MAJOR  THOMAS  BUDGEN,  of  Holmesdale,  Nutfield,  Surrey,  J.P. 
and  D.L.,  Major  Surrey  Militia,  who  sold  Newdegate  Manor  in  1807  ; 
m.  1 8  May,  1789,  Lydia  Sarah  Genevera,  dau.  of  Edward  Nourse, 
of  Stanstead,  Essex,  and  d.  May,  1852,  having  by  her  (who  d.  8  Aug. 
1818)  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  ROBERT,  of  Ballindoney. 

2.  Thomas,  retired    Major-Gen.,  late  Col.  Royal  Engineers,  b.  I 


£,.   iuum«i=>,  icni^    luajui-ucu.,  late  v^j.  «.«, 01  iiugmcci.;*,  f.  i          Liineafire—  (of  CULLER) — JOHN   UULLER,    01    iiast   L,ooe,  aim 
July,  1795  5    m.  Fanny,  dau.  of  Col.  Maule,  and  left  three  sons     Bak  Cornwall,  M.P.  for  East  Looe  1747-86  and  a  Lord  of  the 

iralty,  b.  24  jan.  1721,  3rd  son  of   John  Francis  Buller,  of 
J  gj,  BuL4LEJR  of  Downel),  and  Rebecca  his  wife,  dau.  and 
Georgiana,  and  dau.  of  Gen   Jervois,  R.A.,  and  d.  28  July,  1894,     co.heir  Qvf  sir  jonathan  Trelawney,   Bart.,  Bishop  of  Winchester 


and  four  daus.    The  eldest  son,  John,  late  of  g$tii  Regt. ;  and  the 

2nd,  William  Thomas,  Col.    Royal  Artillery,   D.S.O.,  m.  Olivia 

Georgiana,  and  dau.  of  Gen.  Jervois,  R 

leaving  Temple,  William,  and  Florence. 

1.  Lucretia  Mary,  d.  unm.  1808.  2.  Lydia  Martha. 

The  elder  son, 

JOHN  ROBERT  BUDGEN,  of  Richmond  House,  Twickenham,  and 
of  Ballindoney,  co.  Wexford,  late  Capt.   Rifle  Brigade,   J.P.  and  j 
D.L.  for  Surrey,  and  J.P.  for  co.  Wexford,  b.  i  Dec.  1791  ;   m.  13  I 
Tan.    1823,  Williamza  Caroline  Mary,   3rd  dau.   of  Col.   Lorenzo  j 
Moore,  of  the  Battleaxe  Guards,  by  Henrietta,  his  wife,  only  dau.  of 
Sir  Stephen  Theodore  Janssen,  Bart.,  Lord  Mayor  of  London  1754, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  18  Nov.  1870)  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS  JOHN,  late  of  Ballindoney. 

1.  Anne  Williamza,  b.  4  Oct.  1826. 

2.  Maria  Cornelia,  d.  unm.  n  April,  1879. 

Capt.  Budgen  had  the  Waterloo  medal  and  eight  Peninsular  clasps. 
He  d.  at  Beaulieu,  Jersey,  4  Dec.  1866.  His  only  son, 

THOMAS  JOHN  BUDGEN,  of  Ballindoney,  co.  Wexford,  J.P., 
b.  16  Jan.  1824  ;  d.  29  April,  1911  ;  m.  18  July,  1872,  Julia,  dau. 
of  Rev.  Edmund  Dewdney,  Incumbent  of  St.  John's,  Porstea, 
and  grand-dau.  of  Thomas  Lindsey,  of  Hollymount,  co.  Mayo, 
and  by  her  (who  d.  5  Nov.  1888)  had  issue, 

STEPHEN  THEODORE  JANSSEN  EDMUND,  now  of  Ballindoney. 

Seat — Ballindoney,  Ballywilliam,  New  Ross,  co.  Wexford. 
Residence — Richmond  House,  Twickenham.  Cltibs — Junior  Con- 
servative, and  Conservative  (Edinburgh). 


Hew.  ist,  3  March,  1760,  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  John  St.  Aubyn,  Bart., 
M.P.  She  d.  14  Aug.  1767,  leaving  issue,  two  sons, 

1.  John,  M.P.  for  East  Looe,  m.  Augusta,  dau.  of  R.  Nixon, 
and  d.s.p.  1807. 

2.  Edward  (Sir),  Bart,  of  Trenant  Park,  Vice-Adm.  of  the  Red, 
created  a  baronet  3  Oct.  1808,  b.  24  Dec.  1764  ;  m.  15  March,  1789, 
Gertrude,  dau.  of  Col.  Philip  van  Cortlands,  and  d.   15   April, 
1824,  when  the  title  became  extinct.     He  had  issue, 

John  St.  Aubyn,  d.  young. 

Anna  Maria,  m.  25  Feb.  1824,  Lieut.-Col.  James  Drummand 
Elphinstone,  who  assumed  the  name  of  BULLER.  He  d.  & 
March,  1857.  She  d.  26  Feb.  1845,  leaving  issue  (see  BURKE  s 
Peerage,  ELPHINSTONE,  B.). 

Mr.  John  Buller  m.  2ndly,  4  Nov.  1768,  Elizabeth  Caroline, 
dau.  of  John  Hunter.  She  d.  17  Jan.  1798-  He  d.  26  July,  1786, 
having  by  her  had  issue,  one  son  and  a  dau., 

3.  FREDERICK  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Caroline,  m.   18  May,   1791,  her  cousin,  William  Buller,  of 

Whimple,  Devon.     He  d.  22  April,  1817.     She  d.  i  June,  1860, 

leaving  issue  (see  BULLER  of  Downes). 
The  only  son  by  the  second  marriage, 

LIEUT.-GEN.  FREDERICK  WILLIAM  BULLER,  of  Pelynt,  and  Lan- 
reath,  co.  Cornwall,  M.P.  for  East  Looe,  1798-1802,  m.  6  April, 
1795,  Charlotte,  dau.  of  George  Tomkyns,  and  d.  5  Nov.  1855. 
having  had  issue, 

1.  Frederick  Thomas,  of  Pelynt,  and  Lanreath,  Maj.-Gen.  in  the 
Army,  6.  6  A        .797  ;  m.  16  Aug.  1821,  Lady  Agnes  Percy,  dau. 
c'    .ugh,  .uuke  of  Northumberland,  K.G.      She  d.  4  June,  1856. 
He  d.s.p.  5  June,  1860. 

2.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 


IRELAND. 


Bunbury. 


3.  George  (Sir),  G.C.B.,  Gen.  in  the  Army,  late  Rifle  Brigade,  b. 
30  May,  1800  ;  m.  22  Oct.  1855,  Henrietta,  dau.  of  Gen.  Sir  John 
Macdonald,  G.C.B.     She  d.s.p.  18  April,  1881.    He  d.  Feb.  1884. 

4.  John,  R.N.,  b.  28  Dec.  1802  ;  d.  unm. 

1.  Charlotte,  d.  unm. 

2.  Caroline,  m.  16  March,  1836,  George  Warwick,  ist  Lord  Polti- 
more.     He  d.  19  Dec.  1858.     She  d.  29  May,  1863,  leaving  issue 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage), 

3.  Agnes,  d.  unm. 

4.  Georgiana  Amelia,  m.  3  March,  1836,  Charles  Hulse,  of  Stoke 
Park,  Guildford.     He  d.  25  May,  1883.     She  d.   18  Dec.  1897, 
leaving  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  HULSE,  Bart.). 

The  second  son, 

THE  REV.  WILLIAM  BULLER,  of  Pelynt  and  Lanreath,  Cornwall, 
Rector  of  Hemington,  Somerset,  M.A.,  Worcester  Coll.  Oxford, 
b.  i  June,  1799  ;  s.  his  brother  1860  ;  m.  ist,  15  Sept.  1835,  Leonora 
Sophia,  dau.  of  John  Bond,  of  Grange,  Dorset.  She  d.s.p.  6  Jan. 
1836.  He  m.  2ndly,  13  Aug.  1845,  Eleanor,  dau.  of  Rev.  William 
Coney,  of  Cookham,  Berks,  and  d.  31  May,  1862,  having  by  her 
had  issue, 

1.  CHARLES  WILLIAM,  now  of  Woburn. 

2.  Frederick  George  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Birch,  Manchester,  b.  1855, 
m.  8  Sept.  1886,   Margaret   Mildred,   dau.   of    Sir  John  W.  H. 
Anson,  2nd  Bart.,  and  has  issue, 

1.  Hugh  Algernon,  b.  20  Aug.  1887. 

2.  John  Frederick,  b.  27  March,  1889. 

3.  Frederick  Edwin,  b.  14  July,  1892. 
i.  Winifred  Margaret,  b.  9  July,  1897. 

3.  Warwick  Augustus,  b.  1857 ;   m.  Frances,  dau.  of  Maj.  H.  A. 
Cubitt,  of  Earlham  Lodge,  Norwich  (seeCuBiTt  of  Honing),  and 
has  issue, 

i.  Francis  Warwick,  6.  16  Jan.   1903. 

i.  Nora  Dorothy.  2.  Phillis  Emily. 

3.  Alice  Irene.  4.  Eleanor  Violet. 

1.  Ellen  Georgina,  d.  Aug.  1909. 

2.  Alice  Lucy,  m.  13  Dec.  1877,  Capt.  Samuel  Francis  Dashwood, 
who  d.s.p.  2  May,  1897. 

3.  Caroline,  m.   19  July,  1884,  Rev.  John  Barrington  Pelham, 
Vicar  of  Thundridge,  Ware,  2nd  son  of  the  Hon.  and  Right  Rev. 
J.  T.  Pelham,  D.D.  Bishop  of  Norwich   (see  BURKE'S  Peerage, 
CHICHESTER,  E.). 

4.  Sophia  Leonora,  d.  unm.  1883. 

Arms — Quarterly  ist  and  4th  sa.  on  a  cross  quarterpierced 
arg.  four  eagles  displayed  of  the  field  (BULLER)  2nd  and  3rd  per 
pale  or  and  arg.  three  cushions,  two  and  one  within  a  double  tressure 
flory  counterflory  gu.  all  within  a  bordure  vair,  and  for  distinction 
in  the  fess  point  a  cross  crosslet  of  the  third  (DUNBAR).  Crests — 

1.  A  Saracen's  head  affrontee  couped  at  the  shoulders  ppr.  (BULLER). 

2.  A  demi  lion  or  armed  and  holding  in  the  dexter  paw  a  rose  gu. 
leaved  and  barbed  vert,  charged  for  distinction  on  the  shoulder 
with   a  cross  crosslet  gu.   (DUNBAR).      Motto — Aquila  non  capit 
mtiscas. 

Seats — Woburn,  Donaghadee,  co.  Down  ;  Trerissome,  Flush- 
ing, Cornwall.  Town  Residence — 15,  Upper  Grosvenor  Street,  W. 
Clubs— Brooks's,  St.  James',  and  United  University,  S.W. ;  Ulster, 
Belfast ;  and  Devon  and  Exeter,  Exeter. 


BTJNBTJRY    OF    CRANAVONANE. 

HAMILTON  JOSEPH 
BUNBURY,  of  Crana- 
vonane,  co.  Carlow, 
Capt.  4th  Batt.  High- 
land L.I.,  formerly 
Capt.  2nd  Vol.  Batt. 
Royal  Sussex  Regt., 
b.  14  Feb.  1866. 

Lineage.  —  SIR  HENRY 
BUNBURY,  Knt.  of  Stanney, 
co.  Chester,  descended  from 
David  de  Bunbury,  Lord  of 
Bunbury.  temp.  EDWARD  III, 
was  knighted  1603.  He  m. 
ist,  Anne,  dau.  of  Geoffrey 
Shakerley,  of  Shakerley, 
Lancashire,  and  by  her  was 
ancestor  of  the  Bunburys, 
baronets  of  Stanney  (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage).  He  m. 
2ndly,  Martha,  dau.  of 
Edward  Norris,  of  Speke, 
Lancashire,  and  d.  1634, 
having  by  her  had  a  son, 

THOMAS  BUNBURY,  m.  ist, 
Eleanor,  dau.  of  Henry 
Birkenhead,  of  Backford,  and  2ndly,  Margaret,  dau.  of  William 
Willcox,  and  was  bur.  9  Dec.  1668,  aged  62,  at  Stoke,  Cheshire, 
leaving  issue.  His  third  son, 

BENJAMIN  BUNBURY,  of  Killerig,  co.  Carlow,  bapt.  at  Stoke,  13 
Sept.  1642,  settled  in  Ireland  ;  m.  Mary,  widow  of  Matthew  Shep- 
pard,  of  Owles,  co.  Leicester.  Herwill  was  proved  1741.  Theirson, 

THOMAS  BUNBURY, of  Cloghna  and  Cranavonane,  m.  about  1697, 
Rose  Jackson.  He  d.  1743.  She  d.  Feb.  1738,  leaving  two  sons, 


1.  Thomas,  of  Cloghna,  d.s.p.   bur.  at  Tullow,  co.  Carlow.     Will 
proved  1781. 

2.  BENJAMIN,  s.  his  brother. 
The  younger  son. 

BENJAMIN  BUNBURY,  of  Cranavonane,  m.  Rose,  dau.  of  Dean 
Mervyn,  of  co.  Carlow,  and  by  her  (who  d.  20  Oct.  1761),  left  (with 
a  dau.  m.  —  Norris)  an  only  son, 

THOMAS  BUNBURY,  of  Cranavonane,  High  Sheriff  1761,  Capt.  in 
the  Army,  m.  1758,  Mary,  dau.  of  Jeremiah  Milles,  D.D.,  Dean  of 
Exeter.  His  will  was  proved  Jan.  1791.  He  left  issue, 

1.  Benjamin,  of  Marlston  House,  Newbury,  Berks.,  Major  in  the 
Army,  b.  1760,  m.  Anne,  dau.  and  coheir  of  Henry  Cowling,  of 
Richmond,  Yorks.,  and  left  issue, 

Henry  Mill,  of  Marlston  House,  Berks.,  and  of  Cranavonane, 
co.  Carlow,  b.  1809;  m.  ist,  1833,  his  cousin  Mary  Diana,  who 
d.  1864,  only  dau.  of  Col.  Hamilton  Welch  Bunbury,  of  Cran- 
avonane, and  2ndly,  13  Feb.   1866,   Ellen  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Right  Hon.  C.  Tennyson  d'Eyncourt,  of  Bayons  Manor,  Lincoln 
(see  that  family).      He  d.s.p.  1886.     She  d.  12  Feb.  1900. 
Anne,  b.  1803,  m.  1829,  Maj.  Louis  Verstunne,  K.H.  She  d.  1881. 
Maj.  Benjamin  Bunbury  m.  2ndly,  Eliza  Susannah,  dau.  of  Ben- 
jamin Harenc,  of  Foot's  Cray  Place,  Kent,  and  widow  of  Col. 
Taubman,  but  had  no  issue  by  her. 

2.  Harrison  Charles,  R.N.,  6.  1764,  d.  unm. 

3.  HUGH  MILL,  of  whom  presently. 

4.  Hamilton  Welch,  of  Cranavonane,  co.  Carlow,  Col.  3rd  Buffs., 
b.  1772,  m.  1810,  Mary,  dau.  of  Matthew  Russell,  of  Brancepeth 
Castle,  co.  Durham,  and  d.  1833,  leaving  an  onlv  dau., 

Mary  Diana,  b.  1811,  m.  1833,  her  cousin,  Henry  Mill  Bunbury, 
of  Marlston  House  (see  above).    She  d.s.p.  1864. 

5.  John  Monseer,  R.N.,  b.  1775,  d.s.p.  1798. 

6.  Thomas,  K.H.,  Lieut.-Gen.  in  the  Army  and  Col.  6oth  Rifles, 
b.  1783,  m.  Jane,  dau.  and  coheir  of  John  Pearse,  of  Standon 
House,  Wilts,  and  d.  1857,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Thomas  Charles,  Lieut.  6oth  Rifles,  b.  1812,  d.s.p.  1894. 

2.  Stonehouse   George,    Lieut.-Col.    67th    Regt.,   b.    1818,  m. 
Miss  G.  D.  Vidal,  and  d.s.p.  1880. 

3.  Harry,  6oth  Rifles,  b.  1819,  d.  unm.  - 
i.  Catherine,  b.  1815,  d.  unm.  1838. 

The  third  son, 

HUGH  MILL  BUNBURY,  of  West  Hill,  Wandsworth,  b.  n  Feb. 
1766 ;  m.  ist,  1791,  Lydia  Cox,  and  by  her  had  a  son  and  a  dau., 

1.  Hugh  Mill,  settled  in  Canada,  b.  1800,  d.  1866. 

1.  Lydia  Jane,  b.  1796,  m.  Count  Alfred  de  Vigny,  the  Poet,  Capt 
in  the  Red  Mousquetaires  of  Louis  XVIII,  and  d.s.p. 

He  m.  2ndly,  1822,  Alicia,  dau.  of  Philip  Lillie,  of  Drumdoe 
Castle,  co.  Roscommon.  She  d.  13  Oct.  1863.  He  d.  2  Nov.  1838, 
having  by  her  had  issue, 

2.  PHILIP  PETER  MILL,  of  whom  presently. 


3.  Henry  Hugh,  b.  1831,  d.s.p.  1870. 

4.  Charles   Tho 


2.  Wilfred  Joseph,  b.  1882  ;  m.  24 
ford,  dau.  of 


omas,  Lieut.-Col.  late  ist  Batt.  Rifle  Brigade 
(Cotswold  House,  Winchester),  b.  3  March,  1836:  m.  7  April, 
1875,  Lady  Harriot  Emily,  sister  of  the  ist  Marquess  of  Zetland, 
and  has  issue, 

i.  Charles  Hamilton  de  St.  Pierre,  Capt.  Yorkshire  Regt., 
b.  23  Sept.  1877;  m.  22  Nov.  1905,  Dorothy  Agnes,  eldest  dau. 
of  Herbert  Hughes,  C.M.G.,  of  Ashdell Grove,  Sheffield,  and  has 
issue, 

Sylvia  Dorothy  Mary,  2  Nov.  1909. 

.  24  Sept.  1908,  Dorothy  Beres- 
Major  A.  J.  Preston,  of  Aislaby  Lodge,  Yorkshire, 
and  has  issue,  a  dau.,  b.  Nov.  1909. 

3.  Bertram  John,  b.  1887. 

4.  Evelyn  James,  b.  1888. 

1.  Mary  Beatrice  Theresa,  b.  1879. 

2.  Cecilia  Mary,  b.   189  IT. 

5.  Francis  Hamilton,  b.  1839,  d.s.p.  1858. 

1.  Alice  Mary  Delphine,  b.  1823,  d.  unm.  1899. 

2.  Elizabeth   Catherine,   b.    1827,  m.    1854,   Count   Constantino 
J  asienski. 

3.  Anne  Maria,  b.  1829,  a  Carmelite  nun;   d.s.p.  1906. 

4.  Alicia  Belinda,  b.   1833,  m.  Count  Alexander  J  asienski,  and 
d.  1885,  leaving  a  son. 

The  eldest  son  by  the  second  marriage, 

PHILIP  PETER  MILL  BUNBURY,  Capt.  7th  Dragoon  Guards,  b. 
23  March,  1824;  m.  12  Jan.  1865,  Georgina,  dau.  of  Peter 
MacEvoy,  of  Wimbledon,  Surrey,  and  Great  Cumberland  Place. 
She  d.  30  May,  1885.  He  d.  28  July,  1894,  having  had  issue, 

HAMILTON  JOSEPH,  now  of  Cranavonane. 

Mary  Alicia,  b.  1867,  a  nun  of  the  Order  of  the  Good  Shepherds. 

Arms — Arg.  on  a  bend  sa.  three  chess  rooks  of  the  field. 
Crest — Two  swords  saltirewise  passing  through  the  mouth  of  a 
leopard's  face  or,  the  blades  ppr,  hilts  gold.  Motto — Firmum  in 
I  vita  nihil. 

Estate — Cranavonane,  co.  Carlow.  Residence  —  Denham 
|  Lodge  Weston  Underwood,  Olney.  Clubs — Boodle's  and 
Wellington. 


M'CLINTOCK-BUNBTJRY. 
Set  RATHDONNELL,  B. 


BUNBTJRY-TIGHE.    See  TIGHE 


F    2 


Burdett. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


84 


BURDETT   OF  COOL.FIN  AND 

BALLYMANY. 
ARTHUR  HUGO  DE 
BURDET  BURDETT, 
of  Ballymany,  co. 
Kildare,  and  Coolfin, 
King's  Co.,  J.P.  and 
High  Sheriff  for  the 
latter  co.  1896,  late 
Capt.  4th  Batt.  Royal 
Dublin  Fusiliers,  b. 
27  March,  1863,  edu- 
cated at  Eton;  m.  23 
July,  1884,  Henrietta 
Maude,  youngest  dau. 
of  the  "  late  Robert 
St.  George,  of  Ivy 
Lodge,  Ballinasloe, 
and  grand-dau.  of  Sir 
Richard  Bligh  St. 
George,  2nd  bart.  of 
Woodsgift,  co.  Kil- 
kenny (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage)  and  has  issue, 

1.  ARTHUR  ST.  GEORGE,  b.  19  July,  1895,  educated  at  Eton. 

1.  Grace  Sophia,  b.  21  Dec.  1885. 

2.  Maude,  b.  8  Dec.  1889. 

Lineage. — THE  REV.  GEORGE  BURDETT,  M.A.,  Dean  of 
Leighlin  1668,  d.  1671,  administration  of  his  goods  being  granted  to 
his  son,  Thomas  Burdett,  of  Garryhill,  co.  Carlow  (father  of  Thomas 
Burdett,  created  a  Baronet).  Another  and  younger  son, 

SAMUEL  BURDETT.  settled  at  Lismalin,  co.  Tipperary.  He  m. 
Judith,  dau.  of  Capt.  Thomas  Evatt,  and  left  at  his  decease,  1664, 
two  sons  ;  the  elder,  George,  of  Lismalin,  d.s.p. ;  the  younger, 

THE  VERY  REV.  JOHN  BURDETT,  Dean  of  Clonfert,  m.  Mar- 
garet, sth  dau.  of  Sir  John  Cole,  Bart,  of  Newland,  co.  Dublin, 
and  dying  1726,  left,  with  other  issue,  a  dau.  Lettice,  wife  of  Alger- 
non Warren,  of  Kilkenny,  and  a  son, 

ARTHUR  BURDETT,  of  Lismalin,  who  m.  1725,  Grace,  dau.  of 
John  Head,  of  Derry  Castle,  and  had  (with  three  daus.,  one  of 
whom,  Grace,  m.  Barry,  ist  Earl  of  Farnham)  two  sons,  Arthur 
Burdett,  of  Bellaville.  High  Sheriff  co.  Kildare  1791,  who  d.  1796, 
t.p.  ',  and 

GEORGE  BURDETT,  of  the  Heath  House,  Queen's  Co.,  sometime 
Cornet  and  Lieut,  in  the  "  Black  Horse,"  M.P.  for  Thomastown  and 
Callan  in  the  last  Irish  Parliament.  He  was  b.  1735 ;  m.  Jane, 
2nd  dau.  of  John  Frend,  and  d.  1817,  leaving  issue, 

1.  ARTHUR,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  George,  of   Longtown    House,    co.    Kildare,    Capt.    R.N.,   m. 
ist,  Mary  Jane,   dau.   of  the  late  Lieut.-Gen.   Whitelock,   and 
2nd,  Catherine  Dorothea,  only  dau.  and  heiress  of  the  late  Col. 
William  Browne,  of  Glengarry,  co.  Dublin,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 

i.  George,  m.  Harriet,  dau.  of  William  Willan,  and  d.s.p. 

1.  Frances  Elizabeth,  m.  Thomas  Pery  Knox,  who  d.   1893. 
She  d.  1900. 

2.  Catherine  Jane,  m.  1836,  Richard  Brouncker,  of  Boveridge, 
Dorset  (see  that  family),  and  is  dec. 

3.  JOHN  (Rev.),  of  Cushcallow,  King's  Co.,  Vicar  of  Rynagh  and 
Gallen,  King's  Co.,  and  Rector  of  Ballygarth,  co.  Meath,  b.  1775  ; 
m.  4  Dec.  1802,  Margaret  Anne,  6th  dau.  of  Michael  Head,  D.L., 
of  Derry  Castle,  co.  Tipperary,  by  Margaret,  his  wife,  6th  dau.  of 
Henry  Prittie,  of  Kilboy,  in  the  same  co.,  aunt  to  the  ist  Lord 
Dunally,  and  had  issue, " 

1.  John  Head,  of  Hunstanton,  and  Cushcallow,  King's  Co., 
J.P.,  Barrister-at-Law,  b.  27  Oct.  1809  ;  m.  20  July,  1842,  his 
ist  cousin,  Adelaide  Louisa,  youngest  dau.  of  Arthur  Burdett, 
of  Ballymany,  co.  Kildare  (see  infra),  and  d.s.p.  4  March,  1870. 
His  widow  d.  20  Jan.  1905. 

2.  Henry  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Ballybay  co.  Monaghan,  b.  5  Dec. 
1812  ;  m.  23  June,  1842,  Sybilla,  dau.  of  Thomas  Fleetwood,  of 
Banagher.     She  d.  1907.     He  d.  1875,  leaving  issue, 

(1)  Henry  Plantagenet  (Rev.)  (5,  Colleton  Crescent,  Exeter). 
Rector  of  St.  Mary's  Steps,  Exeter,  b.  1853 ;  in.  1892,  Maria 
Louisa,  dau.  of  John  Curry,  of  Fareham,  Hants. 

(2)  John  Head   (15,   Waldemar  Avenue,   Baling),  b.   1855 ,' 
m.  1882,  Ada,  dau.  of  the  late  Rev.  Moses  Leatham,  and  has 
had  issue, 

i.  JohnHead,L.R.C.P.  andM.R.C.S.E.,6. 1884,  is  Surgeon 
R.N. 

.  Henry  Leatham,  b.  1887. 
.  Charles  Plantagenet,  b.  1890. 
.  Cyril  Trench,  b.  1896. 
.  Katherine  Adelaide,  b.  1882  ;  d.  1892. 
.  Sybil  Mary,  b.  1885. 
(i)  Louisa  Jane,  b.  1860. 

3.  Arthur  Michael,  b.  1815  ;  d.  unm.  i  Feb.  1847. 

4.  George  Prittie,  b.  1817  ;  d.  unm.  21  June,  1859. 

5.  Francis  Robert,  b.  1822  ;  d.  unm.  28  Nov.  1843. 

1.  Margaret  Anne,  d.  1850,  unm. 

2.  Jano,  d.  1883  unm. 

3.  Grace.  m\2  Jan.  1834,  John  Eyre  Trench,  of  Clonfert  House, 
co.  Galway  (see  TRENCH  of  Clonfert),  and  had  issue.     She  d. 


24  Jan.  1889.  Her  3rd  dau.  Grace,  m.  25  March,  1862,  her 
cousin  Arthur  Burdett,  Esq.,  late  of  Coolfin  (see  below),  and  d. 
17  April,  1863,  leaving  issue  an  only  son,  the  present  ARTHUR 
HUGO  BURDETT,  of  Coolfin. 

4.  Maria,  d.  1854. 

5.  Louisa,  m.  Col.  Dawes,  Bengal  Art.,  and  d.  in  India  1857 
leaving  issue. 

1.  Grace,  m.  Col.  Henry  Peisley  L'Estrange,  of  Moystown,  King's 
Co.,  and  is  dec. 

2.  Jane,  m.  Francis  Brooke,  Lieut.-Col.  4th  King's  Own  Regt. 
of  Foot,  and  brother  of  the  late  Sir  Henry  Brooke,  of  Colebrook, 
Bart.,  and  is  dec. 

The  eldest  son, 

ARTHUR  BURDETT,  of  Ballymany,  and  Ballywalter,  who  purchased 
the  Coolfin  Estate  in  1836,  b.  1770  ;  m.  1810,  Anna,  only  dau,  of 
William  Ripley,  of  Liverpool,  and  d.  1842,  having  by  her  (who  d. 
1859)  had  issue, 

1.  GEORGE,  his  heir. 

2.  ARTHUR,  late  representative. 

1.  Mary  Jane,  b.   1812  ;    m.   1848,  Lieut.-Col.  Robert  Brookes, 
24th  Regt.,  who  was  killed  at  the  battle  of  Chilianwallah,  1849; 
she  d.  29  July,  1895. 

2.  Anna,  b.  1815  ;  m.  1842,  Edward  John  Collingwood,  of  Lilburn 
Tower,  and  Churton  House,  co.  Northumberland  (see  thai  family), 
and  d.  1879,  leaving  issue.     He  d.  1895. 

3.  Adelaide  Louisa,  b.  1817  ;   m.  1842,  her  cousin,  John  Head 
Burdett,  of  Hunstanton,  King's  Co.,  who  d.  4  March,  1870  (see 
above).     She  d.  20  Jan.  1905. 

The  elder  son, 

GEORGE  BURDETT,  of  Ballymany,  and  of  Ballywalter,  co.  Tip- 
perary, b.  25  Sept.  1813  ;  d.s.p.  in  1875,  and  was  s.  by  his  only 
brother. 

ARTHUR  BURDETT,  of  Ballymany,  also  of  Ballywalter,  co.  Tip- 
perary, and  Coolfin,  King's  Co.,  b.  i  Sept.  1814,  J.P.  for  King's 
Co.,  High  Sheriff  1877,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin  ;  m.  ist,  25  March, 
1862,  his  cousin,  Grace  Florinda,  3rd  dau.  of  John  Eyre  Trench, 
of  Clonfert  House,  co.  Galway  (see  that  family),  by  whom  (who 
d.  17  April,  1863)  he  had  issue, 

ARTHUR  HUGO  DE  BURDET,  now  of  Ballymany  and  Coolfin. 
He  m.  zndly,  18  Dec.  1875,  Emma  Wyke,  youngest  dau.  of  Major 
Francis  Russell  Eagar,  3ist  Regt.       She  d.s.p.  29  Sept.  1901.     He 
d.  16  Jan.  1884,  and  was  s.  by  his  only  son. 

Arms — Paly  of  six  arg.  and  az.  on  a  bend  gu.  three  martlets  or. 
Crest — On  a  tower  arg.  a  martlet  with  wings  displayed  or. 

Seat— Coolfin,  near  Banagher,  King's  Co.  Clubs— Kildare 
Street,  Dublin,  Sports,  S.W.,  and  Royal  St.  George  Yacht,  Kings- 
town. 


BURGES  OF  PARKANAUR. 

YNYR  ALFRED 
BURGES,  of  Parka- 
naur,  co.  Tyrone,  b. 
16  April,  1900  ;  s.  his 
grandfather  14  Aug. 
1908. 

Lineage.—  SAMUEL 
BURCHES,  b.  1645  ;  m.  1684, 
Margaret  Williams,  of  Llan 
Elian,  in  N.  Wales,  and  had 
two  sons, 

1.  David,  b.  1685,  who  m. 
Elizabeth  Cust,   and   was 
for  some  years  Rector  of 
St.        Mark's        Church, 
Dublin. 

2.  JOSEPH,  of  whom  pre- 
sently. 

Both  brothers  eventually 
moved  northwards  to  the 
city  of  Armagh  during  the 
primacy  of  Archbishop 
Lindsay,  with  whom  they 
were  connected.  The 
younger  son, 

JOSEPH  BURCHES,  b.  1689,  and  bapt.  next  day  (for  the  times 
were  again  troublous)  at  St.  Michlan's  Church,  Dublin  ;  m.  1716, 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Ynyr  Lloyd,  of  East  Ham,  Essex  (Deputy  Sec- 
retary of  the  East  India  Company,  and  had  (with  two  daus. 
Margaret,  and  Alice,  wife  of  Francis  Methold)  three  sons, 

1.  Joseph  (Rev.),  d.  1746.  2.  JOHN,  of  whom  hereafter. 

3.  YNYR,  of  East  Ham,  who  held  an  influential  post  in  the  East 
India  Company,    and   was   offered   the   baronetcy   subsequently 
conferred  on  his  son-in-law.     He  was  b.  1723  :  m.  i747»  Margaret, 
dau.  of  Governor  Browne,  and  d.  1792,  leaving  issue,  a  dau.  and 
heir, 

Margaret,  m.  ist,  1771,  Sir  John  Smith,  Bart.,  who  took  the 
additional  surname  of  BURGES,  but  d.s.p.  24  April,  1803  ;  his 
widow  m.  2ndly,  23  July,  1810,  John,  4th  Earl  Poulett,  ot 
Hinton  St.  George,  Somerset,  but  d.s.p.  27  May,  1838,  when 
her  kinsman,  JOHN  YNYR  BURGES,  s.  her  in  her  estates. 

The  2nd  son, 

JOHN  BURGES,  b.  1722  ;  m.  20  Nov.  1763,  Martha,  dau.  of  Robert 

Ford,  and  d.  1790,  leaving  issue  (with  two  daus.  Mary,  m.  1784. 

George  Perry,  of  Seskinore,  co.  Tyrone  ;    and  Martha,  m.   i787, 

Jaoes  Johnston,  of  Knappagh,  co.  Armagh)  a  son, 


, 


IRELAND. 


Burke. 


JOHN  HENRY  BURGES,  of  Wood  Park,  co.  Armagh,  b.  15  July, 
1766  ;  m.  1794,  Marianne,  eldest  dau.  and  eventually  co-heir  of 
Sir  Richard  Johnston,  Bart.,  of  Guildford,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN  YNYR,  of  Parkanaur  and  East  Ham.         2.  Richard,  dec. 

1.  Margaret  Ann-;,  m.  July,  1815,  Gen.  Thomas  Charretie,  of  the 
and  Life  Guards,  who  d.  Jan.  1866.     She  d.  1869. 

2.  Matilda,  d.  Nov.  1805. 
The  only  surviving  son, 

JOHN  YNYR  BURGES,  of  Parkanaur,  co.  Tyrone  and  Thorpe 
Hall,  and  East  Ham,  Essex,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff,  co.  Tyrone 
1829,  b.  31  Jan.  1798  ;  m.  21  March,  1833,  Lady  Caroline  Clements, 
youngest  dau.  of  Nathaniel,  2nd  Earl  of  Leitrim,  K.P.,  and  d.  20 
April,  1889,  having  by  her  (who  d.  12  Oct.  1869)  had  issue, 

1.  YNYR  HENRY,  late  of  Parkanaur. 

2.  Charles  Skeffington,  b.  19  Aug.  1835  ;   d.  1845. 

3.  Clements  Keppel,  d.  March,  1840. 

4.  John  Richard  Alexander  Wamphray,  b.  25  Aug.  1843  ;    d.  1850, 

1.  Mary  Anne  Margaret. 

2.  Alice  Caroline    m.  Col.   Francis  Brodigan,  of  Piltown  House, 
Drogheda.     He  d.  8  March,  1910. 

COL.  YNYR  HENRY  BURGES,  of  Parkanaur,  co.  Tyrone,  J.P.  and 
D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1869  ;  formerly  Commanding  6th  Brigade  N.I. 
Div.  R.A.  ;  b.  31  Jan.  1834  !  m-  Ist>  7  Sept.  1859,  Hon.  Edith 
Bootle-Wilbraham,  3rd  dau.  of  the  late  Hon.  Richard  Bootle- 
Wilbraham,  and  sister  of  ist  Earl  of  Lathom,  and  by  her  (who  d. 
2  Feb.  1894)  had  issue, 

1.  YNYR  RICHARD  PATRICK,  High  Sheriff  co.  Tyrone  1898,  b. 
15  March,  1866  ;   m.  23  Oct.  1895,  Frederica  Florence  Elizabeth, 
eldest  dau.  of  the  late  Alfred  Gillett  (see  GILLETT  of  Banbury), 
and  d.v.p.  20  Dec.  1905,  having  had  issue, 

1.  YNYR  ALFRED,  now  of  Pa'rkanaur. 

2.  Richard  Ynyr,  b.  21  Aug.  1901. 

3.  Patrick  Claud,  b.  14  June,  1905. 

1.  Winifred  Edith,  b.  22  Oct.  1896  ;  d.  g  Jan.  1897. 

2.  Margaret  Elizabeth,  b.  18  Sept.  1903. 

2.  John  Ynyr  Wilbraham,  b.  13  Feb.  1871  ;   d.s.p.  8  Jan.  1895. 

1.  Edith  Alice,  m.  16  Oct.  1895,  Arthur  Howard  Frere,  elder  son 
of  the  late  Philip  Howard  Frere,  of  Dungate  and  Paston  House,  • 
Cambridge,  and  has  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Family  Records). 

2.  Ethel  Margaret,  m.  7  Oct.  1885,   Sir  James  Henry  Stronge, 
Bart.,  and  has  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

3.  Lilian  Adela,  b.  1864,  d.  1870. 

4.  Myrtle  Constance,  m.  22  Sept.  1900,  John  Marcui  Poer  O'Shee, 
and  has  issue  (see  O'SHEE  of  Gardenmorris). 

5.  Beatrice  Annette,  b.  and  d.  1873. 

6.  Irene    Caroline,  m.  9  Feb.  1898,  Ernald  Edward  Richardson, 
whod.  7  July,  1909,  leaving  issue  (see  RICHARDSON  of  Glanbrydan). 

Col.  Burges  m.  andly,  5  May,  1896,  Mary,  dau.  of  George  Pearce, 
of  Bishop's  Lydeard,  and  d.  14  Aug.  1908,  being  s.  by  his  grandson. 

Arms — Quarterly  :  ist  and  4th,  or,  a  fess  chequy  arg.  and  az., 
in  chief  two  cross-crosslets  gu.  and  in  base  a  covered  cup  of  the  last, 
for  BURGES  ;  2nd,  paly  of  eight  or  and  gu.,  all  within  a  bordure  of 
the  first  pelletee,  for  LLOYD  ;  3rd,  arg.,  a  saltire  sa.,  on  a  chief  gu., 
three  cushions  or,  for  JOHNSTON.  Crests — i.  A  dove  rising  arg., 
beaked  and  membered  gu.,  in  its  beak  a  palm  branch  ppr.,  for 
BURGES;  2.  a  lion  rampant  gu.,  langued  az.,  in  the  dexter  paw 
an  annulet,  enclosing  a  fleur-de-lis  arg.,  for  LLOYD.  Motto — Tace 
aut  face. 

Seat — Parkanaur,  Castle  Caulfeild,  co.  Tyrone. 


BURKE   OF  BALXYDTJGAN. 

MICHAEL  HENRY  BURKE,  of  Ballydugan,  co. 
Galway,  J.P.,  b.  6  July,  1853  ;  m.  1901,  Ethel  Maud, 
dau.  of  Robert  Henry,  of  Toghermore  (see  HENRY  of 
Lodge),  and  has  issue, 

WILLIAM  ST.  GEORGE,  b.  1902. 

juineag-e. — MICHAEL  BURKE,  of  Ballintober,  co.  Roscornmon, 
who  purchased  Ballydugan,  1726,  from  the  Lynch  family,  was  son 
of  William  Burke,*  of  the  Clogheroge  branch  of  the  family,  by  his 
wife  a  dau.  o.  aly,  of  Cloncha.  He  m.  ist,  Miss  Flynn  ;  2ndly, 
Miss  Dillon,  of  Clonbrook  ;  and  srdly,  Mary,  dau.  of  Burke,  of 
Meelick.  By  the  first  two  he  had  no  issue,  but  by  the  3rd,  he  was 
father  of 

1.  WILLIAM,   his  heir. 

1.  Honora,  m.  Andrew  Blake,  of  Furbough. 

2.  Marcella,  m.  Malachy  Daly,  of  Benmore. 

Mr.  Burke's  will  bears  date  12  Jan.  1735.     His  son  and  heir, 

WILLIAM  BURKE,  of  Ballintober,  co.  Roscommon  and  Bally- 
dugan, co.  Galway,  m.  Mabel,  dau.  of  Malachy  Donelan,  of  Bally 
Donelan,  co.  Galway,  by  Mary  his  wife,  dau.  of  Thomas  Power 
Daly,  eldest  son  of  the  Right  Hon.  Denis  Daly,  of  Carrownekelly, 
2nd  J  ustice  of  the  Common  Pleas,  temp.  JAMES  II,  and  was  father  of 

MICHAEL  BURKE,  of  Ballydugan,  M.P.  for  Athenry,  a  Director 
of  Inland  Navigation  and  one  of  the  Surveyors-General  for  Ireland, 
who  served  as  High  Sheriff  of  the  co.  of  Galway  1786,  and  for  the 
town  of  Galway  1796.  He  m.  Sarah,  only  child  of  John  Morgan, 
of  Monksfield,  co.  Galway,  by  Sarah  his  wife,  3rd  dau.  of  Francis 
Ormsby,  of  Willowbrook,  co.  Sligo,  and  by  her  (who  d.  n  Oct. 
1813)  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  MALACHY,  of  Ballydugan. 

2.  John  (Rev.),  Vicar  of  Kilcolgan,  co.  Galway,  Provost  of  Kilmac- 


duagh,  and  Prebendary  of  Kilconnell,  m.  Mary  Anne,  sister  of 
Arthur  Guinness,  of  Beaumont,  near  Dublin,  and  dying  1842,  left, 

i.  MICHAEL  JOHN,   of  Canterbury,  N.Z.,   Barrister-at-Law,  d. 

1869,  leaving  issue.  2.  Arthur,  d.  in  Australia. 

3.  William,   Barrister-at-Law,  m.  6  April,   1858,  Anne,  eldest 
dau.  of  the  late  Stephen   W.  Creaghe,  and  d.  12  July,  1908 
having  had  issue. 

4.  Edward  Frederick,  of  Gortmore,  Dundrum,  co.  Dublin,  m. 
Miss  Nutting,  of  Clifton,  and  d.  2  Nov.  1887  (his  widow  m.  2ndly, 
10  April,  1889,  Henry  Wyatt,  Commander  P.  and  O.  Service). 


5.  John,  m.  Miss  Watson,  and  has  issue. 
i.  Elizabeth. 


*  A  brother  of  this  William  Burke,  entered  the  Neapolitan  service 
and  attained  high  military  rank  at  Naples. 


2.  Mabel  Maria,  wife  of  Thomas  Trouton, 
3.  Louisa. 

3.  Michael,  Collector  of  Excise,  and  formerly  a  Magistrate  for 
co.  Galway,  d.  itnm.  1846. 

4.  Thomas,   of   Belvedere    Place,   Dublin,   m.    Louisa,  relict   of 
Thomas  Burke,  of  Spring  Garden,  co.  Galway,  and  dau.  of  Domi- 
nick  Daly,  by  Johanna  Karriet  hs  wife,  sister  of  the  ist  Lord 
Wallscourt,  and  d.s.p. 

5.  Henry  (Rev.),  m.  Francis  Juile,  only  dau.  of  Val.  Blake,  of 
Lehinch,  co.  Mayo,  by  Anna  Maria  his  wife,  dau.  of  the  Hon. 
and  Rev.  Richard  Henry  Roper,  son  of  Lord  Teynham,  and  had 
Michael,  George,  and  other  issue. 

6.  Denis,  of  Portlands,  co.  Galway,  m.  Maria,  dau.  of  the  late 
Major  Graham,  and  left  issue, 

Michael  Charles  Christopher,  of  Ballinahone  House,  co.  Armagh, 
who  d.  13  Dec.  1901,  having  m.  Amy  Mary  (d.  24  July,  1898), 
dau.  of  Rev.  Robert  Jcrvois,  by  whom  he  left  issue, 

(1)  Denis  Charles,  Capt.  3rd  Batt.  Roy.  Irish  Fus.,  b.  13  June, 
1876  ;    m.  Merill,  dau.  of  Peter  Griffin,  of  Alta  Villa,  co. 
Limerick. 

(2)  Robert  Jervois,  b.  28  Sept.  1879. 

(3)  Charles  James,  Lieut.  i8th  Roy.  Irish  Regt.,  b.  g  March, 
1882  ;    m.   28   April,    1909,   Beatrice   Osborn,   3rd   dau.   of 
W.  Shakspeare,  of  42  Prince's  Gardens,  S.W.,  and  of  Yateley, 
Glos. 

(1)  Amy  Mary,  b.  i  May,  1877  ;  m.  Charles  Arthur  Maunsell, 
of  Finnetterstown. 

(2)  Charlotte  Helen,  6. 19  July,  1878  ;  m.  Lieut.  Alexander  R. 
Palmer,  R.N. 

(3)  Olive  Edith,  b.  1883  ;  d.  unm.  10  May,  1886. 
Frances,  m.  Dominick  Burke  of  Cahernagarry,  co.  Galway. 

1.  Sarah,  d.  unm.  1852. 

2.  Mabel,  m.  1832,  Rev.  James  Temple  Nansel,  M.A.,and  has  issue. 
Mr.  Burke,  who  sold,  under  an  Act  of  Parliament,  the  fee  simple 
estate  of  Ballintober,  d.  1838,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  MALACHY  BURKE,  of  Ballydugan,  Barrister-at-Law, 
High  Sheriff  of  co.  Galway  1822,  6.  1784  ;  m.  Anna  Maria,  only 
dau.  of  John  Blake,  of  Windfield,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1847)  left 
at  his  decease,  Jan.  1853, 

1.  MICHAEL,  of  Ballydugan. 

2.  John  William  (Rev.),  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Tankeryille, 
B.A.  Cambridge  ;    b.  1817  ;  m.  1881,  Croa=della,  younger  dau.  of 
Croasdaile   Bowen-Miller,  of  Milford,  co.  Mayo,  J.P.      He   d.  16 

3 /William  Malachy,  M.D.,  of  St.  Stephen's  Green,  Dublin, 
F.R.C.P.I.,  Registrar-General  for  Ireland,  Physician  to  Stephen's 
Hospital ;  m.  1852,  Harriet  Isabella,  only  dau.  of  the  Rev.  Hugh 
Hamilton,  of  Churchill,  co.  Fermanagh,  by  Elizabeth  his  wife, 
sister  of  the  late  Sir  Thomas  Staples,  Bart.,  and  d.  leaving  issue, 
three  sons, 

1.  William  Henry  Marsh,  Capt.  King's  Own  L.I.  South  York- 
shire Regt.,  b.  g  April,  1859  ;  d.  at  Belfast. 

2.  John  Albert,  b.  18  Feb.  1862. 

3.  Edmund,  b.  5  March,  1865. 

i .  Grace  Elizabeth  Anna  Maria,  m.  1877,  Andrew  Jameson,  B.A. 
Cambridge,  2nd  son  of  the  late  Andrew  Jameson,  of  Alloa,  N.B 

4.  Thomas  James  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Babcary,  Somerset,  m.  1856, 
Miss  Fraser,  and  d.  24  May.  1897,  leaving  issue, 

i.  William  Henry,  B.A.,  M.B.,  B.Ch.,  D.P.H.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin, 
Lieut.-Col.  Indian  Medical  Service  (ret.),  b.  5  Nov.  1858  ;  m. 
17  April,  1890,  Edith  Louisa,  dau.  of  the  late  Thomas  Trouton, 
of  Clonskeagh,  co.  Dublin,  and  has  issue, 

(1)  Reginald    Valentine,    2nd    Lieut.   Connaught    Rangers, 
b.  14  Feb.  1891. 

(2)  Rudolph  Edmund  Maurice. 

1.  Mabel  Mary. 

2.  Henrietta  Louisa,  m.  15  Sept.   1880,  Brabazon  Newcomen 
Casement,  2nd  son  of  John  Casement,  of   Magherintemple,  co. 
Antrim,  J.P.,  and  d.  Nov.  1881. 

3.  Emily  Florence. 

5.  Edmund,    Barrister-at-Law,    A.B.,    ex-Scholar  and  Classical 
Moderator,  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  and  Professor  of  History  in  the 
Elphinstone  Coll.  Bombay,  d.  on  his  way  home,  1864. 

1.  Mary,  d.  unm.  1891.  2.  Sarah,  d.  unm.  1878. 

3.  Caroline  Frances,  d.  1817. 
The  eldest  son, 

REV.  MICHAEL  BURKE,  A.M.,  of  Ballydugan,  co.  Galway,  formerly 
Incumbent  of  Castle  Archdall,  co.  Fermanagh,  m.  1848,  Isabella, 
dau.  of  James  Clarke,  Capt.  I2th  Lancers,  and  niece  of  Mrs.  Archdall, 
of  Castle  Archdall,  and  d.  29  Jan.  1886,  leaving  issue, 

1.  William  Malachy  James,  b.  14  March,  1851  ;  d.  1864. 

2.  MICHAEL  HENRY,  now  of  Ballydugan. 

3.  John  Hawley,  Capt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  b.  28  June,  1854  ; 
m.  17  Feb.  1885,  Mary  Alice,  eldest  dau.  of  Col  Henry  Vansittart 
Riddell    Divisional  Judge,  Lahore,  and  d.  in  India,  24  Oct.  1007, 
having  had  by  her  (whom.  2ndly,  John  Burke),  with  other  issue, 

Noel  Michael,  b.  n  Dec.  1885. 

4.  Thomas  Edmund,  Capt.  King's  Own  Royal  Lancashire  Regt.. 
b.  24  Aug.  1856. 

5.  George  Selwyn,  b.  g  July,  1858. 


Burke. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


86 


1.  Eliza   Martha. 

2.  Isabella  Mary,  m.  to  Edward  Cripps  Villiers,  J.P.,  of  Beech 
Hill,  co.  Galway. 

Seat— Ballydugan,  near  Lughrea. 


TJRKE  OF  OWER  (now  TEELING). 
MARGARET  MARY,  MRS.  LUKE  TEELING,  of  Ower, 
co.  Galway,  only  child  of  the  late  WILLIAM  JOSEPH 
BURKE,  of  Ower,  s.  her  father  1895;  m-  8  Sept. 
1898,  LUKE  ALEXANDER  TEELING,  Accountant- 
General  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  Judicature,  Ireland, 
J.P.,  cos.  Galway  and  Mayo,  and  has  issue, 

LUKE  WILLIAM  BURKE,  b.  5  Feb.  1903. 
Mr.  Teeling  is  the  son  of  Charles  George  Teeling 
and  the  grandson  of  Charles  Hamilton  Teeling.  who 
was  the  son  of  Luke  Teeling,  who  took  a  prominent 
part  in  the  political  movements  in  Ireland  in  the 
1 8th  century. 

Lineage.— SIR  REDMOND  DE  BURGH,  2nd  son  of  ULICK  DE 
BURGH,  and  younger  brother  of  RICKARD  OGE,  MacWilliam  Oughler, 
Chief  of  all  the  Burkes,  ancestor  of  the  Marquess  of  Clanricarde 
(see  BURKE' s  Peerage),  had  issue,  a  son, 

JOHN  BUY  (The  Yellow),  of  Castle  Hacket,  co.  Galway,  founded  the 
powerful  sept  of  John  Buy  McRedmond.  His  son, 

MILES  DE  BURGH  (or  BURKE),  of  Castle  Hacket,  living  there  about 
1480,  left  a  son, 

REDMOND  DE  BURGH,  of  Castle  Hacket,  who  left  issue,  a  son, 

ULICK  BURKE,  of  Castle  Hacket,  and  Cahirmorris,  and  a  great 
estate  adjoining,  d.  1571,  as  appears  from  an  inquisition  taken  in 
Galway,  1586.  His  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BURKE,  of  Castle  Hacket,  m.  Margaret,  dau.  of  Thady  Kelly, 
of  Mullaghmore,  a  descendant  of  the  ancient  Princes  of  Hymaine,  and 
by  her  left  a  son, 

ULICK  BURKE,  of  Castle  Hacket,  m.  Honora  Bourkp,  dau.  of 
Viscount  Mayo,  and  grand-dau.  of  the  celebrated  Grana  Uaile 
(Queen  of  the  Owles),  and  had  issue,  JOHN,  his  heir;  Catherine, 
m,  Andrew  Browne,  of  Brownestown  ;  Isabella,  m.  The  O  Conor  Don. 
Ulick  Burke,  after  the  massacre  of  Shruel,  in  which  many  Protes- 
tants were  slain,  harboured  the  Protestant  Bishop  of  Killala  and 
others,  as  appears  by  a  letter  from  the  Bishop  to  the  Marquess  of 
Clanricarde,  dated  from  Castle  Hacket.  Ulick  and  his  son  are  men- 
tioned in  Lord  Clanricarde's  memoirs  as  persons  whose  adhesion  was 
important  for  the  pacification  of  the  county.  The  property  of 
Castle  Hacket  was  created  by  JAMES  I.  in  1619,  the  manor  of  Castle 
Hacket  in  favour  of  Ulick.  The  son  and  heir, 

JOHN  BURKE,  of  Castle  Hacket,  forfeited,  during  the  confiscations, 
the  greater  portion  of  his  estates,  retaining,  however,  Ower,  part  of 
the  ancient  property.  He  m.  Mary  Bermingham,  dau.  of  the  i7th 
Lord  Athenry,  Premier  Baron  of  Ireland,  by  whom  he  left  at  his 
death,  1684  or  1685, 

1.  ULICK,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Francis,  m.  Margaret,  dau.  of  Darby  Daly,  of  Killimore. 

3.  Thomas,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  Edward  Hearne,  of  Hearnesbrook. 
The  son  and  successor, 

ULICK  BURKE,  of  Ower,  m.  Catherine,  dau.  of  Stephen  Lynch, 
of  Doughiskea  (descended  from  James  Lynch  FitzStephen,  the 
Mayor  of  Galway  1493),  by  Ellinor,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Browne,  Bart., 
of  The  Neale,  ancestor  of  Lord  Kilmaine.  By  her  he  left  at  his  death 
in  1716, 

1.  John,  d.s.p.,  a  Capt.  in  Gen.  Dillon's  Regt.  in  France. 

2.  MYLES,  of  whom  presently. 

8.  Dominick,  whose  son,  Myles,  m.  Catherine,  dau.  of  Sir  Walter 
Blake,  Bart.,  of  Menlo,  and  left  issue, 

1.  Myles,   m.   Catherine,    grand-dau.    of  Dominick   Blake,   of 
Castle  Grove,  by  his  wife,  dau.  of  Sir  Joseph  Hoare,  Bart.,  and 
left  issue  (i)  Myles  ;   (2)  Walter  ;    (3)  William;     and  (i)  Eliza, 
m.  Charles,  son  of  Charles  Peshall. 

2.  Stephen,  m.  Julia,  sister  of  the  foregoing  Catherine,  and  had 
issue,  (i)  Myles;  (2) J  oseph  ;  (3)  Walter ;  (4)  Stephen  ;  (i)  Eliza  ; 
(2)  Catherine;    (3)  Elly. 

i.  Maria,  m.  Martin  Kirwan,  of  Hillsbrook,  co.  Galway. 
The  2nd  son,    * 

MYLES  BURKE,  of  Ower,  who  s.  his  father,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of 
Stephen  Lynch  Fitz-Thomas,  of  Tubberoe,  and  niece  of  Sir  Dominick 
Browne,  and  by  her  left  issue, 

1.  John,  a  Franciscan  friar. 

2.  Stephen,  of  Ower,  m.  Marcella,  dau.  of  James  Martin,  of  Ross 
and  left  issue, 

Barbara,  m.  1785,  Mark  Lynch,  by  whom  she  had,  Patrick 
Marcus  Lynch,  of  Duras,  and  Renmore,  co.  Galway  (see  that 
family). 

3.  Domimck,  d.s.p.  4.  Francis,  d.s.p. 
5.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Jane,  m.  Henry  Jordan,  of  Rosslevin. 

2.  Barbara,  m.  10  April,  1751,  Sir  Walter  Blake,  roth  Bart.,  of 
Menlo  Castle,  and  had  issue  (see  BURKE' s  Peerage) 

The  5th  son, 

WILLIAM  BURKE,  of  Ower,  s.  his  brother,  and  m.  1775,  Teresa 
Kirwan,  of  Hillsbrook,  co.  Galway,  by  whom  (who  d.  1791)  he  left 
a*  his  death  in  1801, 

1.  John,  of  Ower  J.P.  co.  Galway,  an  officer  of  the  7gth  and  38th 
Regts.,  served  in  the  Peninsular  War  ;    m.  Maria,  eldest  dau    of 
Oliver  Martyn,  M.D.,  of  Galway,  and  d.s.p.  3  Oct.  1849. 

2.  JOSEPH,  of  whom  presently. 


3.  Francis,    the  mathematician,   m.    Catherine,    dau.    of    Ulick 
Jenings,  of  Ironpool  (see  thai  family),  and  left  issue  by  her, 

1.  William  (Rev.),  in  the  Church  of  Rome. 

2.  Ulick.  3.  John, 
i.  Bessy.  2.  Teresa. 

5.  wSiS   }  both  rf.  without  issue. 

1.  Mary,  m.  James  Garvey,  of  Tully,  co.  Mayo.     She  m.  2ndly, 
Major  Allen,  and  left  issue. 

2.  Julia,  m.  Francis  Leigh,  Surgeon  in  the  60 th  Rifles,  and  left 
issue. 

3.  Barbara,  m.  Bartholomew  St.  Leger,  of  Ballyheragh,  co.  Mayo, 
and  had  issue. 

4.  Bridget,  a  nun. 
The  2nd  son, 

JOSEPH  BURKE,  of  Ower,  J.P.,  b.  8  July,  1781  ;  m.  9  April,  1823, 
Margaret,  3rd  dau.  of  Oliver  Martyn,  M.D.,  of  Galway,  of  the 
family  of  the  MARTYNS  of  Tillyra,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1872)  had 
issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  late  of  Ower. 

2.  Oliver,  Barrister-at-Law,  Knight  of  the  Order  of  St.  Gregory 
the  Great,  author  of  many  works  ;   d.  1889. 

3.  John,  M.D.,  of  Manila  ;    b.  30  Nov.  1832  ;    m.  6  Feb.  1869, 
Victoria,  only  dau.  and  heir  of  Benjamin  Butler,  of  Manila,  and 
d.  20  Sept.  1886,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Joseph  Butler,  b.  8  Dec.  1869  ;   d.  10  Sept.  1911. 

2.  John  Benjamin  Butler,  M.A.,  Fellow  cf  Owens  Coll.  Man- 
chester, author  of  various  scientific  papers,  educated  at  Trin. 
Coll.  Dublin,  and  Trin.  Coll.  Camb.,  b.  4  Nov.  1871. 

3.  William  Joseph  Butler,  of  Manila,  M.D.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin, 
b.  17  Feb.  1873. 

i.  Mary,  m.  Fernand  O.   Desbarats,  of   Bordeaux,  and   has 
issue,  Victoria  Charlotte. 

4.  Richard,  M.D.,  Knight  of  the  Order  of  Isabella  the  Catholic, 
d.s.p.  28  Sept.  1883. 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  Thomas  O'Conor  Donelan,  J.P.,  of  Sylan,  and 
by  him  (who  d.  1874)  has  issue  (see  that  family). 

2.  Teresa,  d.  unm. 

3.  Maria,  d.  unm.  18  Sept.  1896. 

Mr.  Burke  s.  his  brother,  3  Oct.  1849  ;  and  d.  14  May,  1861,  and  was 
s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  JOSEPH  BURKE,  of  Ower,  co.  Galway,  J.P.,  Barrister- 
at-Law,  b.  i  May,  1825  >'  m-  J°  June,  1858,  Barbara  Ellen,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Blake  Turner,  of  St.  John's  Abbey,  co.  Galway.  She  d.  26 
Feb.  1891.  He  d.  2  Sept.  1895,  having  had  issue,  a  dau., 

MARGARET  MARY,  now  of  Ower. 

Arms  (of  BURKE) — Or,  a  cross  gu.  in  the  dexter  canton  a  lion 
rampant  sa.  Crest — A  chained  cat  sejant  guardant  ppr.  Motto — 
Ung  roy,  ung  foy,  ung  loy.  Arms  (of  TEELING) — Or,  two  pallets 
dancettee  gu.  Crest — A  fleur-de-lys  per  pale  dancettee  or  and 
gu.  Motto — Sola  virtus  invicta. 

Seat — Ower,  near  Headford.  co.  Galway.  Residence — Bartra, 
Eglinton  Road,  Dublin. 


BURKE  (now  MAXWELL)  OF  ISSERCLERAN. 

ANNE  CELESTINE  BURKE,  of  Issercleran,  co. 
Galway,  m.  ist,  4  Nov.  1856,  Major  Frances  Horatio 
de  Vere,  R.E.  (who  d.  22  Aug.  1865),  youngest 
son  of  Sir  Aubrey  de  Vere,  2nd  bart.  of  Curragh 
Chase,  co.  Limerick,  and  had  three  daus., 

1.  Mary,  m.  ist,  1879,  Major  William  Utting  Cole,  3rd  Dragoon 
Guards,  eldest  son  of  W.  H.  Cole,  of  We?twoodhay  House,  co. 
Berks.     He  d.  1892.     She  m.  andly,  19  April,  1894,  Major  Herbert 
William  Studd,  D.S.O.,  Coldstream  Guards,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Eleanor  Hester,  m.  9  July,  1885,  Sir  Frederick  William  Shaw, 
Bart,    D.S.O.,   of    Bushey   Park,   and    has  issue    (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage  and  Baronetage). 

3.  Margaret,  m.  ist,  1886,  Francis  F.  Joyce,  who  d.  May,  1899, 
leaving  issue.     She  m.  2ndly,  Oct.  1909,  Major  Cyril  Prescott 
Decie,  R.A. 

Mrs.  de  Vere  m.  2ndly,  20  Feb.  1873,  Rev.  Charleton 
Maxwell  (who  d.  July,  1895),  J.P.,  formerly  Rector 
of  Leckpatrick,  co.  Tyrone. 

Lineage. — JOHN  BURKE,  of  Issercleran  co.  Galway,  m.  Jane, 
dau.  of  Michael  Burke,  of  Cloughanover,  a  descendant  of 
the  Burkes  of  Castle  Hacket,  and  had,witb  a  dau.,  Ellen,  wife  of  John 
Dolphin,  of  Turoe,  a  son  and  successor, 

JAMES  BURKE,  of  Issercleran,  m.  Penelope,  dau.  of  Robert  Hardi- 
man,  of  Loughrea,  and  had,  with  a  dau.,  who  m.  —  Browne,  of 
Gloves,  co.  Galway,  a  son, 

JOHN  HARDIMAN  BURKE,  of  Issercleran,  m.  1783  or  1784,  Elizabeth, 
cau.  of  Andrew  Armstrong,  of  Clara  House,  King's  Co.,  by  whom  he 
lud  issue, 

1.  JAMES  HARDIMAN,  his  heir. 

2.  Robert,  dec.  3.  John. 

1.  Penelope,  m.  John  Kirwan,  of  Castle  Hacket,  co.  Galway. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  Christopher  John  Blake,  of  W  infield,  co.  Galway. 
Mr.   Burke  took  the  name  of  HARDIMAN  in  addition  to  that  of 
BURKE,  pursuant  to  the  will  of  his  maternal  uncle,  Robert  Hardiman, 
whose  estates  and  property  he  inherited  upon   that  gentleman's 
death,  1800.     He  d.  Dec.  1808,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

JAMES  HARDIMAN  BURKE,  of  Issercleran,  sometime  an  officer  7th 
Fus.,  b.  1788  ;  m.  Oct.  1817,  Anne,  dau.  of  Robert  O'Hara,  of  Raheen, 
co.  Galway,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1844)  had  issue. 


IRELAND. 


Burrowes. 


1.  JOHN,  late  of  Issercleran. 

2.  Robert  O'Hara,  b.  1821  ;  an  Officer  in  the  Austrian  Service,  and 
distinguished  for  his  command  of  the  expedition  across  Australia, 
in  the  course  of    which  he  perished,  1861. 

3.  James  Thomas,  b.   1828  ;    an  Officer  R.E.,  fell  gallantly  in 
Turkey,  1854. 

1.  Fanny  Maria,  m.  John  Blakeny,  of  Abbert,  co.  Galway. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  1846,  Lieut-Col.  W.  C.  Menzies,  R.E. 

3.  HESTER  ALBINIA,  of  Issercleran,  d.  1866. 

4.  ANNE  CELESTINE,  now  of  Issercleran. 

Mr.  Burke,  who  served  the  Office  of  Sheriff,  d.  g  Jan.  1854,  and  was 
«.  by  his  eldest  son, 

JOHN  HARDIMAN  BURKE,  of  St.  Clerans,  Lieut.-Col.  3rd  Buffs, 
and  previously  Capt.  88th  Connaught  Rangers  and  A.D.C.  to  Sir 
John  Burgoyne,  during  the  Crimean  War ;  he  d.  7  Aug.  1863,  and 
was  s.  by  his  sister,  HESTER  ALBINIA,  who  d.  1866,  and  was  s.  by  her 
sister,  ANNE  CELESTINE,  now  of  St.  Clerans. 

Seat— Issercleran,  Craughwell. 


BURKE    OF    SPRINGFIELD. 

IVAN  SHTJLDHAM  BURKE,  of  Springfield,  Dalkey, 

co.  Dublin,  6.  5.  his  grandfather  23  March,  1908  ; 

m.  12  Jan.  1909,  Aimee  Muriel,  dau.  of  Rev.  Canon 

MacLulich. 

Lineage.— MARTIN  BURKE,  of  Springfield,  co.  Tipperary  (who 

d.  1863),  left  issue  by  Anne,  his  wife,  dau.  of  late  Edmond  Burke,  of 

Roscrea,  an  eldest  son, 

JAMES  MILO  BURKE,  of  Springfield,  Dalkey,  co.  Dublin,  J.P., 

D.L.,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  Barrister-at-Law,  b.  1814;    m.  ist, 

1844,  Eliza,  dau.  of  C.  Eiffe.     She  d.  1865,  leaving  issue, 
Martin  John,  Q.C.,  B.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  b.  1848 ;    m.  1883, 
Elizabeth,  only  dau.  of  Capt.  William  Barron  Stanton,  gist  Regt., 
and  d.v.p.   1893,  leaving  issue  by  her  (who  m.  andly,  Joseph 
Wallace  Boyce,  M.D.,  and  d.  1903),  with  one  dau.,  a  son, 
IVAN  SHULDHAM,  now  of  Springfield. 

He  m.  2ndly,  Kate  (d.  1894),  dau.  of  James  Ferguson,  and^    23  March, 

1908,  being  s.  by  his  grandson. 
Residence— Springfield,  Dalkey,  co.  Dublin. 


BURKE.     See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,   BURKE,  Bart. 


BURROWES  OF  STRADONE  HOUSE. 

THOMAS  JAMES 
BURROWES,  of  Stra- 
done  House,  co.  Cavan, 
J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1902,6.  13  May, 
1880 ;  s.  his  father, 
1893. 

Lineage.  —  This  family 
was  established  in  Ireland 
by  ROBERT  BOROWES,  who 
settled  at  Dumlane,  co. 
Cavan,  on  the  settlement  of 
Ulster  by  King  JAMES  I.  His 
eldest  son  and  heir,  THOMAS 
BOROWES,  became  possessed 
of  Stradone,  of  which  estate 
he  also  received  a  patent  of 
confirmation  from  King 
CHARLES  I,  1638. 

THOMAS  BURROWES,  of 
Stradone  House,  High  Sheriff 
co.  Cavan  1743,  m.  Jane, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Nesbitt,  of 
Lismore  House,  co.  Cavan, 
and  had  issue, 

1.  ROBERT,  of  Stradone. 

2.  Thomas,  of  Dangan  Castle,  co.    Meath,  Col.   H.E.I.C.S.,  m. 
ist,  Miss  Greenland,  and  had  a  son, 

1.  Arnold  Robinson,  Major  Scots  Fusilier  Guards,  who  served 
through  the  Peninsular  War  as  A.D.C.  to  Field-Marshal  Viscount 
Beresford,  m.  Harriet,  dau.  of  Richard  Beresford,  of  Fenny 
Bentley,  co.  Derby,  and  had  issue,  several  sons  and  daus. 

Col.  Thomas  Burrowes  m.  andly,  Hon.  Frances  Beresford,  4th  dau. 
of  William,  ist  Lord  Decies,  Archbishop  of  Tuam,  and  had  issue, 

2.  William    Nesbitt,    Lieut.-Col.    i7th    Lancers,    m.    Susanna 
Henrietta  Bermingham,   dau.   of  Thomas   Bermingham  Daly 
Henry  Sewell,  and  had  issue, 

(i)  Augustus,  dec.  (2)  W.  Arnold,  dec. 

(3)  Henry  Adrian,  of  Dangan  Castle,  co.  Meath,  b.  12  Feb. 
1837  ;  d.  27  Jan.  1886,  having  in.  ist,  1870,  Rose,  dau.  of 
Aylmer  Porter,  by  whom  he  had  issue, 


la.  Henry  Adrian. 
2a.  Robert  Ayhner. 

la.  Edith  Aylmer,  m.  7  July,  1904,  Stuart  Palmer. 
2«.  Grace  Mary,  who  m.  25  March,  1903,  Capt.  Edward 
Charles  Massy,   R.A. 

He  m.  2ndly,  6  April,  1880,  Rose  (16,  Boulevards  Douville, 
St.  Servan,  I  lie  et  Vilaine,  France),  dau.  of  Major    F.  P. 
Drury,  by  whom  he  had  further  issue, 
3«.  Patrick  William,  b.  16  Jan.  1881,  Lieut.  25th  Cavalry 
Frontier  Force. 

\a.  Arnold  Francis,  Lieut.  R.N.,  b.  27  Aug.  1882. 
i.  Elizabeth,  m.  the  Baron  de  Cetto,  Bavarian  Minister  to  the 
Court  of  St.  James. 
3.  Arnold  (Rev.),  d.  unnt.  4.  Cosby,  d.  unm.  in  India. 

1.  Margery,  d.  unm. 

2.  Anne,  m.  the  Rev.  William  Wade,  Rector  of  Dromore,  co. 
Tyrone. 

3.  Martha,  d.  unm. 

4.  Jane,  m.  James  Purefoy,  of  Woodfield,  co.  Galway. 
The  eldest  son, 

ROBERT  BURROWES,  of  Stradone  House,  High  Sheriff  co.  Cavan 
1773,  m.  Sophia,  dau.  of  the  Ven.  Joseph  Story,  Archdeacon  of  Kil- 
more,  and  by  her  had  (with  four  daus.,  Jane.  m.  Samuel  Moore, 
of  Moyne  Hall,  co.  Cavan  ;  and  Sophia,  m'.  Brabazon  Noble  ;  Anne, 
m.  Hon.  and  Very  Rev.  George  Gore,  Dean  of  Kilala ;  Frances, 
d.  unm. ),  a  son  and  heir, 

THOMAS  BURROWES,  of  Stradone  House,  Higu  Sheriff  co.  Cavan 
1803,  Major  in  the  Army,  m.  1807,  Susan,  dau.  of  the  Rev.  Henry 
Seward,  of  Badsey,  co.  Worcester,  and  had  issue, 

1.  ROBERT,  of  Stradone. 

2.  James  Edward,  b.  Nov.  1820  ;   m.  1854,  Mary  Anne,  and  dau. 
of  John  Nesbitt,  of  Lismore,  co.  Cavan,  and  d.  leaving  a  son, 

THOMAS   COSBY,   of    Lismore,   co.   Cavan   (see   BURROWES   of 
Lismore). 

3.  Henry,  d.  young. 

1.  Honora  Seward,  m.  1835,  the  Hon.  Thomas  Leslie. 
Mr.  Burrowes  d.  April,  1836,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

ROBERT  BURROWES,  of  Stradone  House,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1838,  and  M.P.  for  Cavan  1855  to  1857,  b.  19  March,  1810  ; 
m.  16  Oct.  1838,  Anne  Frances,  only  dau.  of  John  Garden,  of  Barnane, 
co.  Tipperary,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1902)  had  issue. 

1.  Thomas,  b.  17  July,  1839  ;   d.  an  infant. 

2.  ROBERT  JAMES,  his  heir. 

3.  Arnold  Henry,  b.  22  Oct.  1846  ;  d.  1848. 

1.  Frances  Susan,  m.  2  Dec.  1869,  Sir  John   Olpherts,  C  V.O., 
D.L.,  of  Ballyconnell,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Honora,  d.  Feb.  1856. 

3.  Mary  Anne  Cecilia,  d.  Sept.  1854. 

Mr.  Burrowes  -d.  30  Nov.  1881.     His  only  surviving  son, 

ROBERT  JAMES  BURROWES,  of  Stradone  House,  co.  Cavan,  J.P. 
and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1883,  b.  9  Sept.  1844,  formerly  Capt.  ist 
Dragoon  Guards  ;  m.  i  June,  1876,  Ella  (44,  Thurloe  Square,  S.W.), 
dau.  of  Commodore  Magruder,  U.S.  Navy,  and  niece  of  Major- 
Gen.  J.  B.  Magruder,  and  d.  18  Dec.  1893,  leaving  issue, 

1.  THOMAS  JAMES,  now  of  Stradone. 

2.  Robert  Philip,  Capt.  Rifle  Brigade,  b.  10  March,  188.1. 

1.  Helena  Mary,  b.  6  June,  1877  ;  d.  2  Oct.  1878. 

2.  Kathleen  Fanny,  b.  8  Oct.  1880  ;    m.  12  Feb.  1907,  Thomas 
George  Wills-Sandford,  of  Willsgrove,  co.  Roscommon,  and  has 
issue  (see  that  family). 

Arms — Or  on  a  cross  gu.  five  mullets  arg.  in  each  chief  quarter 
a  lion  passant  sa.,  ducally  crowned  and  langued  of  the  second. 
Crest — A  lion  sejant  guardant  sa.,  ducally  crowned  or,  langued  gu. 
Motto — Non  vi  sed  virtute. 

Seat— Stradone  House,  Cavan.  Residence— 22.  Lowndes  Street, 
S.W.  Club— Bachelors'. 


BURROWES  OF  LISMORE. 

THOMAS  COSBY  BURROWES,  of  Lismore,  co.  Cavan, 
J.P.,  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1888,  b.  1856  ;  5.  his  uncle 
Alexander  Nesbitt,  of  Lismore,  1886;  m.  is  April, 
1885,  the  Hon.  Anna  Frances  Maxwell,  younger 
dau.  of  Hon.  Richard  Thomas  Maxwell,  of  Portland, 
co.  Cavan,  and  sister  of  Somerset,  loth  Lord  Farn- 
ham  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage),  and  has  issue, 

1.  Eleanor  Mary  Cosby.  2.  Rosamund  Charlotte  Cosby. 

Lineage. — ANDREW  NESBITT,  of  Brenter  (presumed  to  be  son 
of  Thomas  Nesbitt,  of  Newbottle,  and  grandson  of  George  Nesbitt, 
who  d.  1590),  assignee  from  the  Earl  of  Annandale,  of  the  estates  of 
Brenter  and  Malmusock,  co.  Donegal,  was  father  of 

ANDREW  NESBITT,  who  served  in  the  army  of  CHARLES  I.  m 
Ireland,  m.  Anne  Lindsay,  and  d.  1692,  leaving  four  sons, 

1.  THOMAS,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2    Albert,  an  eminent  merchant  in  London,  sat  in  Parliament  for 

the   boroughs  of    Huntingdon   and  St.   Michael ;    m.  24  Nov. 

1729,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Gould,  and  d.  1753,  leaving  a  dau., 
Rachael,  who  m.  Richard  Bard  Harcourt,  of  Pendley,  Herts, 
and  carried  into  the  Harcourt  family  the  estates  ot  Brentner  and 
Melmusock,  which  estates  Thomas  Nesbitt,  after  his  settlement 
in  Cavan,  sold  to  his  said  brother  Albert. 

3.  Robert,  m.  Margaret,  younger  dau.  of  Arnold  Cosby. 

4.  Alexander,  m.  the  dau.  of  John  Gould,  and  d.  1743. 

THOMAS  NESBITT,  of  Grangemore,  co.  Westmeath,  High  Sheriff 


Burtchaell. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


1720,  and  M.P.  for  borough  of  Cavan  '1715-50,  m.  ist,  1701,  Susan 
Lyons,  by  whom  he  had  one  son, 

1.  Charles  Robert,  who  d.  unm. 

Hem.  2ndly,  1713,  Jane,  dan.  and  heir  of  Arnold  Cosby,  of  Lismore, 
co.  Cavan  (son  of  William  Cosby,  grandson  of  Arnold  Cosby,  great- 
grandson  of  Alexander  Cosby  and  Dorcas  Sidney,  his  wife).  By 
this  marriage,  Thomas  Nesbitt  came  into  possession  of  Lismore 
and  other  estates  in  Cavan.  He  d.  1750,  having  by  her  had  issue 
(with  seven  dau«.)  three  sons, 

2.  COSBY,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  William,  m.  Mary  Blackwood. 

4.  Arnold,  a  merchant  in  London,  m.  Miss  Thrale,  sister  of  Henry 
Thrale  "of  Streatham.     He  represented  Cricklade,  and  afterwards 
Winchelsea,  in  Parliament,  and  d.s.p.  1765. 

The  2nd  son, 

COSBY  NESBITT,  of  Lismore,  M.P.  for  Cavan  1750-67,  High  Sheriff 
1764,  b.  1718  ;  s.  to  the  Cavan  estates  on  the  death  of  his  father  ;  m. 
(setts,  dated  17  Sept.  1743)  Anne.  dau.  of  John  Enery,  of  Bawnboy, 
by  Frances,  sister  of  George  Nixon,  of  Nixon  Hal',  co.  Fermanagh 
(see  BURKE'S  Family  Records).  His  will,  dated  28  Nov.  1777,  was 
proved  27  July,  1791.  He  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  John,  merchant  in  London,  M.P.  for  Winchelsea,  d.  unm. 

3.  Cosby. 

4.  Albert  (Rev.),  D.D..  Chaplain  to  the  Prince  Regent,  Vicar  of 
Denn,  J.P.,  co.  Cavan,  d.  unm.  30  Jan.  1822. 

1.  Mary. 

2.  Frances,  w.  William  Moore,  of  Tullyvin,  co.  Cavan,  and  d. 
27  March,  1833. 

3.  lane,  m.  James  Young,  of  Lahard,  co.  Cavan. 
MjVTVesbitt  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

'  THOMAS  NESBITT,  of  Lismore,  Col.  in  the  Army,  M.P.  for  Cavan, 
1768-99,  High  Sheriff  1769,  m.  Feb.  1768,  Louisa,  youngest  dau.  and 
co-heir  of  John  Daniel  De  Gennes,  of  Portarlington,  Col.  in  the 
Biitish  Service,  and  left  issue, 

1.  COSBY,  his  heir.  2.  JOHN,S.  his  brother. 

3.  Thomas,  who  left  by  Anne  his  wife,  two  sons  and  a  dau., 

1.  John  Albert,  of  Fort  Hill,  co.  Cavan,  J.P.,  b.  1811 ;  d.  31 
Dec.  1886. 

2.  Thomas. 

i.  Louisa,  m.  Major  Moore,  of  The  Rocks,  Crossdoney. 
Eol.  Nesbitt  d.  1820,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

COSBY  NESBITT,  of  Lismore,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  1798, 
Major  Cavan  Militia,  b.  20  Nov.  1769  ;  m.  Elizabeth  Hancox,  but 
d  'i.p.  19  July,  1837,  when  the  estates  devolved  upon  his  brother, 

JOHN  NESBITT,  of  Lismore  House,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1840,  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Tatam,  of  Moulton,  co.  Lincoln, 
and  d.  i  Jan.  1853,  leaving  issue, 

1.  COSBY  THOMAS,  of  Lismore  House,  J.P.,  D.L.,  M.A.  Oxon., 
d.  unm.  30  April,  1856. 

2.  ALEXANDER,  of  Lismore. 

1.  Frances.  2.  MARY  ANNE,  s.  her  brother. 

The  2nd  son, 

ALEXANDER  NESBITT,  of  Lismore  House,  co.  Cavan,  and  Old 
Lands,  co.  Sussex,  D.L.,  High  Sheriff  co.  Cavan  1862,  b.  1817. 
s.  his  brother  1855  ;  m.  1855,  Cecilia,  dau.  of  Frederick  Franks, 
Capt.  R,N.  She  d.  6  Nov.  1900.  He  d.s.p.  21  June,  1886,  when  he 
was  s.  by  his  sister, 

MARY  ANNE,  m.  4  July,  1854,  James  Edward  Burrowes,  2nd  son  of 
Thomas  Burrowes,  of  Stradone  (see  that  family),  and  d.  12  March, 
1887,  leaving  issue, 

THOMAS  COSBY  BURROWES,  now  of  Lismore. 

Arms — See  BURROWES  of  Stradone. 

Seat — Lismore  House,  Crossdoney,  co.  Cavan. 


BURTCHAELL     OF 

SARAH  CAROLINE 
MARGARET  BURT- 
CHAELL, of  Brandon- 
dale,  co.  Kilkenny, 
youngest  dau.  of 
William  Russ'ell 
Farmar,  of  Bloomfield, 
co.  Wexfcrd,  by  his 
2nd  wife  Henrietta, 
2nd  dau.  of  Harry 
Alcock,  of  Wilton 
Castle,  co.  Wexford 
(see  those  families)  ; 
m.  23  April,  1878, 
Richard  Rothe  Burt- 
chaell,  of  Brandondale, 
J.P.  cos.  Kilkenny  and 
Carlow,  who  d.s.p.  23 
Dec.  1903. 

Lineage. — MICHAEL  BURTCHAELL 
Wicklow,  b.  circa.  1648  ;  d.  4  Oct.  1732 
his  ist  wife  he  had. 


BRANDONDALE. 


of       Burgagemore,     co. 
He  m.  three  times.     By 


1.  Peter,  of  Kilteel,  co.  Kildare,  d.  March,  1744  ;    m.  ist  1714, 
Faithful,  dau.  and  co-heiress  of  Griffith  Allen,  of  Kilteel ;  m.  andly, 
Sarah,  dau.  of  John  Wilson,  of  Crookstown,  co.  Meath,  and  left 
issue . 

He  m.  andly,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas  Keyes,  and  by  her,  who  d. 
May,  1699,  had  two  sons  and  a  dau., 

2.  THOMAS,  of  whom  presently. 

3.  John,  bapt.  27  March,  1696. 

1.  Elizabeth,  bapt.  at  St.  Mary's,  Blcssinton,  14  July,  1698. 

He  m.  3rdly  17  Sept.  1699,   Patience,   dau.  of  —  Morgan,  and  had 
with  other  issue, 

4.  George,  of  Burgage,  bapt.  4  July,  1702  ;  m.  (lie  5  May),  1731, 
Mary,  dau.  of  —  Burtonwood,  and  left  issue. 

5.  David,  of  Brownstown,  co.  Kildare,  b.  1707  ;  d.  18  Sept.,  1783  ; 
m.  Jane,  dau.  of  William  Senior,  of  Drumnagh,  co.  Dublin,  and 
had  a  son  and  two  daus., 

David,    of   Brownstown,     Lieut.    Naas    Independent    Light 
Dragoons,  b.  1749  ;   d.  2  Dec.  1834  >  m-  July.  I77*.  Mary,  dau. 
of  Richard  Senior,  of  Aughasan,  Queen's  Co.,  and  had  issue. 
Mary  m.  John  Leedom. 

Sarah,  m.  Dec.  1756,  David  Bomford,  of  Callow, 'co.  Meath  (see 
that  family) . 

2.  Sinai,  bapt.  10  Nov.  1701  ;  m.  John  Harper. 
The  2nd  son, 

THOMAS  BURTCHAELL,  of  Moneen,  and  Lacken,  co.  Kilkenny, 
\  b.  1690  ;  d.  21  Dec.  1769  :  m.  ist  1718,  Anne,  2nd  dau.  of  William 
!  Mainwaring,  of  Moneen,  co.  Kilkenny  (which  he  purchased  from 
I  the  Trustees  of  Forfeited  Estates  i8th  June,  1703),  and  sister 
i  and  co-heir  of  Gayton  Mainwaring,  of  Moneen,  and  had,  with  a 
I  dau.  Elizabeth,  three  sons, 

1.  William,  of  Kilcaran,  co.  Kilkenny,  d.  Feb.  1786,  having  had 
a  son  Thomas,  who  d.v.p.  leaving  a  dau.  Anne. 

2.  Michael,  d.s.p.  3.  John,  d.s.p. 

He  m.  2ndly,  Anne,  dau.  of  —  Kehoe,  and  had  two  sons, 

4.  Thomas,  d.s.p.  5.  Edward,  Purser  R.N. 

He  m.  3rd!y,  1743,  Anne  (b.  1711 ;    d.  22  Sept.  1785),  dau.  of  Francis 
Lee,  of  Wells,  co.  Carlow,  and  had  two  sons  and  two  daus. 

6.  PETER,  of  whom  presently. 

7.  David,  of  Lacken,  b.  1745  ;  d.  25  Sept.  1833  ;  m.  ist.  Feb.  1781, 
Anne,  dau.  of  Robert  Johnston,  of  Curraghboy,  co.  Kilkenny, 
and  2ndly  (lie.  18  Jan.),  1798,  Catherine  (d.  13  Aug.  1849),  dau.  of 
—  White,  and  left  issue  by  both. 

1.  Catherine,  m.  Edward  Bassett. 

2.  A.nne;  m.  William  Johnston. 
The  6th  son, 

PETER  BURTCHAELL,  of  Coolroe,  co.  Kilkenny,  b.  1744  ;  d.  19  April, 
1815,  Sovereign  of  Thomastown  and  Portreeve  of  Go  vran  ;  m.  ist 
(lie.  14  Feb.)  1784,  Catherine,  dau.  of  John  Rothe,  of  Kilcullen,  co. 
Kilkenny  (see  ROTHE  late  of  Mount  Rothe).  She,  who  was  b.  1758, 
d.  5  Apr  1,  1789,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Thomas,  b.  25  Dec.,  1784  ;  d.  unm.  28  April,  1813. 

2.  DAVID,  his  heir. 

1.  Mary,  b.  9  June,  1786  ;    d.   1813  ;    m.  Nov.   1807,  Richard 
Divine  of  Ullard,  co.  Kilkenny. 

He  m.  2ndly,  28  Aug.  1791,  Dorcas,  dau.  of  Patrick  Divine,  of 
Graignamanagh,  and  had  issue,  with  others  that  d.  young, 

3.  Patrick,  b.  4  Aug.  1,793  ;  d.  18  Sept.  1845  ;   m.  12  May,  1816, 
Augusta  (d.  18  June,  1867),  dau.  of    James  Byrn,  of  Park,  co. 
Carlow,  by  Catherine  his  wife,  eldest  dau.  of  Nicholas  Mont- 
gomery Archdall,  M.P.  of  Castle  Archdall,  co.  Ferman  gh,  and  left 
issue. 

4.  Richard,  b.  13  Marc^,  1796  ;  d.  22  April,  1882  ;  m.  ist,  27  July, 
1824,  Anne,  dau.  of  Christopher  Daly,  of  Derry,  co.  Galway,  and 
left  issue  by  her,  who  d.  7  Feb.  1869.    He  m.  2ndly,  i  Feb.  1872, 
Lucy,  dau.  of  Henry     ilkington,  of  Park  Lane  House,  Yorkshire 
(see  BURKE'S  Landed  >  entry,  3rd  edition),  s.p. 

5.  George,  b.  22  Dec.  .  798  ;  d.  Dec.  1857,  Mid.  R.N.,  Chief  Officer 
of  Coast  Guards  ;    m.   1831,  Anne,  dau.  of  Dowling  Wall,  of 
Leighlinbridge,  co.  Carlow,  and  left  issue  by  her,  who  d.  20  Jan. 
1885. 

6.  Edward,  b.  25  Oct.  1802  ;    d.  in  America  ;    m.  6  Oct.  1825, 
Sarah,  dau.  of  Thomas  Tunsted,  of  Old  Leighlin,  and  left  issue. 

7.  William,  b.  14  Nov.  1803  ;  d.  15  July,  1876  ;   m.  3  Nov.  1824, 
Catherine,  dau.  of  Christopher  Daly,  of  Derry,  co.  Galway,  and 
had  with  other  issue, 

William  Daly,  b.  24  May,  1834,  of  Norcross,  Georgia  ;  m. 
17  Feb.  1859,  Maria  Mackay,  dau.  of  John  Lee  Williams,  and 
by  her,  who  d.  24  Feb.  1897,  had  two  sons  and  three  daus., 

(1)  George  Sarsfield,  b.  19  April,  1861  ;    m.   1886,  George 
Virginia  Blount,  and  has  issue, 

1.  John  Blount,  b.  2  June,  1892. 

2.  Georpe  Daly,  b.  Oct.  1894. 

3.  Joseph  Grey,  b.  26  Sept.  1898. 

4.  William  Daves,  b.  Sept.  1908. 

1.  Louise,  m.  Oct.  1906,  Charles  Wilson. 

2.  Nina  Floy. 

(2)  William  Lee,  b.  22  April,  1863  ;  m.  1894,  Dora  Ambrose, 
(i)  Mary  Daly.  (2)  Martha  Agnes. 

(3)  Louisa  Brandon,  m.  Jan.  1891,  Reps  Hardaway  Jones. 

8.  Samuel,  b.  i  April,  1812  ;  d.  unm. 

2.  Elizabeth,  b.  30  June,  1792  ;   d.  Jan.  1862  ;    m.  9  Aug.  1812, 
Nicholas  Byrn,  of  Carlow. 

3.  Rebecca,  b.  2  Nov.  1794  ;   d.  3  Jan.  1880  ;    m.  29  Oct.  1822, 
Abraham  Prim  Cronyn. 

4.  Dorcas,  b.  9  Jan.  1807  ;  m.  12  Dec.  1825,  Francis  Flood. 

5.  Frances,  b.  9  Dec.  1810  :  d.  2  March,  1873,  unm. 
The  2nd  son, 

DAVID  BURTCHAELL,  of  Brandondale,  co.  Kilkenny,  b.  n  Jan. 
1788  ;  d.  7  July,  1865  ;  J.P.  cos.  Kilkenny  and  Carlow,  Sovereign 
of  Thomastown  and  Portreeve  of  Gowran.  On  the  death  of  his 
uncle,  Richard  Rothe,  of  Kilcullen,  co.  Kilkenny  ,s.p.,  he  became 


IRELAND. 


Burton. 


the  representative  of  that  family.  He  m.  12  Dec.  1815,  Jane,  dau. 
of  Gilmore  Dames,  of  Dublin,  and  by  her,  who  was  b.  20  Jan.  1790, 
and  d.  14  Jan.  1862,  had  issue,  with  a  son  who  d.  an  infant, 

1.  Henry,  of  Coolroe,  b.  5  Dec.  1816  ;   d.  29  March,  1890  ;  m.  ist, 
25  Feb. '1842,  Hannah,  dau.  of  Rev.  Edward  Hunt,  of  Jerpoint, 
co.  Kilkenny,  and  had  no  issue  by  her  who  d.  10  March,  1843. 
He  m.  2ndly,  17  Sept.  1857,  Emily,  dau.  of  Joseph  O'Brien,  and 
had  with  other  issue, 

David,  of  Coolroe,  b.  7  Sept.  1858  ;  d.  19  Jan.  1907  ;  m.  8  Sept. 
1888,  Jennie,  dau.  of  John  Jackson,  of  Talavera  House,  Temple- 
more,  co.  Tipperary,  and  left  issue, 

David  Henry  Rothe,  b.  10  Aug.  1890. 

Dorothy  Eleanor.  Kathleen  Muriel  Brandon. 

2.  Peter  b.  31  Oct.  1820  ;  d.  21  June,  1894,  C.E.,  Co.  Surveyor  of 
Carlow  1851-60,  and  of  Kilkenny  1860-94  ;    m.  3  Aug.  1852, 
Maria  Isabella,  eldest  dau.  of  Lundy  Edward  Foot,  14,  Upper 
Fitzwilliam  Street,  Dublin  (see  FOOT,  late  of  the  Rower),  and  had 
by  her,  who  d.  12  March,  1898,  three  sons  and  three  daus., 

1.  George   Dames,   b.    12   June,    1853,    M.A.,   LL.B.    (Dub.), 
Barrister,  King's  Inns  1879,  Athlone  Pursuivant  and  Registrar 
of  the  Office  of  Arms,  Ireland,  1908,  Deputy  Ulster  King  of 
Arms  Nov.  1910  to  Feb.  1911. 

2.  David  Edward,  b.  9  Feb.  1859  ;    d.  27  July,  1910,  B.A.I. 
(Dub.)  ;    m.  23  Dec.   1904,  Caroline  Harriet  Crosby,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Boyd,  of  Chilcomb  Lodge,  co.  Kilkenny,  Clerk  of  the 
Crown  and  Peace,  co.  Tipperary  ;    s.p. 

3.  Charles  Henry,  b.  30  Aug.  1866,  M.B.,  &c.  (Dub.),  Lieut.-Col. 
R.A.  Medical  Corps,  Assistant  Director  General  R.A.  Medical 
Service,  1910  ;  m.  6  June,  1903,  Bertha  Marcella,  dau.  of  John 
George  Auret,  of  Johannesburg,  and  has  issue, 

(i)  Bertha  Vivien.  (2)  Mary  Frances, 

i.  Lelias  Jane,  d.  4  Sept.  1901,  unm.  2.  Mary  Isabella. 

3.  Elizabeth  Emily. 

3.  George   Dames,  b.  July,   1822  ;    lost  in  the  wreck  of     the 
"  Solway,"  7  April,  1843,  Lieut.  R.  Engineers. 

4.  Gilmore,  b.  17  Jan.  1829  ;  d.  15  May,  1852  ;  Lieut.  R.  Artillery. 

5.  Somerset  Brafeild  (Rev.),  b.  30  Sept.  1832  ;   d.  6  June,  1878, 
M.A.  (Dub.)  ;  m.  20  Nov.  1866,  Katherine  Elizabeth,  2nd  dau.  of 
William  Russell  Farmar,  of  Bloomfield,  co.  Wexford  (see  that 
family),  and  left  issue, 

1.  Mary  Elizabeth  Constance,  m.  21  May,  1898,  William  Knox 
Johnson,   M.A.    (Oxon),    Professor   of   Literature   R.   College, 
Benares.     He  d.  19  June,  1906,  s.p. 

2.  Kathleen  Jane,  m.  21  Nov.  1910,  James  Laurence  Mercer 
Tod-Mercer  (see  TOD-MERCER  of  Scolsbank). 

6.  RICHARD  ROTHE,  late  of  Brandondale. 

1.  Sarah,  d.  5  June,  1887,  unm. 

2.  Catherine  Maunsell,  d.  9  Oct.  1836,  unm. 

3.  Mary,  d.  24  Aug.,  1894,  unm. 

4.  Jane  d.  15  Sept.  1840,  unm. 
The  6th  son, 

RICHARD  ROTHE  BURTCHAELL,  of  Brandondale,  b.  28  July,  1834, 
J.K  cos.  Kilkenny  and  Carlow  ;  m.  23  April,  1878,  Sarah  Caroline 
Margaret  (now  of  Brandondale),  youngest  dau.  of  William  Russell 
Farmar,  of  Bloomfield,  co.  Wexford  (see  that  family).  He  d.s.p. 
23  Dec.  1903. 

Arms — ist  and  4th  :  Per  pale  az.  and  gu.  on  a  chevron 
between  three  cross-crosslets  or,  as  many  cinquefoils  of  the  first 
(Burtchaell).  2nd  and  3rd  :  Or,  on  a  mount  in  base  vert,  a  stag 
trippant  arg.,  under  an  oak  tree  ppr.  (Rothe).  Crest— On  a 
mount  vert,  a  lion  rampant  sa.  supporting  on  the  sinister  side  an 
oak  tree  ppr.  Motto — Q 10  Fata  Vocant. 

Seat — Brandondale,  Graignamanagh,  co.  Kilkenny. 


BURTON  OF  CARRIOAHOLT  CASTLE. 

WILLIAM  CONYNGHAM  VANDELEUR  BURTON,  of 
Cairigaholt  Castle,  co.  Clare,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High 
Sheriff  1886,  late  an  Officer  68th  Regt.,  6.  19  Sept. 
1846;  m.  16  Jan.  1896,  Lilias,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Gieen,  of  Wilby  and  Athellington,  Suffolk.  Mr. 
Burton  is  the  only  surviving  son  of  HENRY 
STUART  BURTON,  of  Carrigaholt  Castle,  who  d.  10 
Feb,  1867,  and  grandson  of  the  HON.  SIR  FRANCIS 
NATHANIEL  BURTON,  G.C.H.,  twin  brother  of  Henry, 
ist  Marquess  CONYNGHAM  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 
He  5.  his  brother  1883. 

Lineage. — (See  BURKE'S  Peerage,  CONYNGHAM,  M.) 
Seat— Carrigaholt  Castle,  Carrigaholt,  co.  Clare.     Club— Kildare 
Street,  Dublin. 


BURTON  OF  BURTON  HALL. 

WILLIAM  FITZ- 

WILLIAM  BURTON,  of 
Burton  Hall,  co. 
Carlow,  and  of  Goltho 
Hall,  Wragby,  co. 
Lincoln,  b.  30  April, 
1849  ;  s.  his  father 
29  April,  1909  ;  m. 
12  April,  1877, 
Georgiana  Spencer, 
4th  dau.  of  Capt.  the 
Hon.  William  Henry 
George  Wellesley, 
R.N.,  and  grand-dau. 
of  Henry,  ist  Lord 
Cowley  (see  BURKE'S 
Peerage),  and  has  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM   MAINWARING, 

6.  ii  July,  1881. 
•    2.  Benjamin  Wellesley,  b. 

20  Sept.  1883. 

3.  Arthur   Fitzwilliam,    b. 
27  Feb.  1889  ;    d.  14  June, 
1905. 

4.  Augustus  Frederick,   b. 
9  Apr3,  1891  ;    d.  15  Nov. 
that  year. 

5.  Alfred  Henry  Wellesley,  b.  20  Aug.  1892. 

6.  Gerald  John  Lloyd,  b.  9  Sept.  1893. 

7.  Edward  Thomas  Derrick,  b.  8  Aug.  1895. 

1.  Georgiana  Coralie,  b.  29  Sept.  1879. 

2.  Lettice  Amelia,  b.   18  Aug.  1882. 

3.  Frances  Mary  Alicia,  b.  7  March,  1885. 

4.  Charlotte  Louisa  Kathleen,  b.  24  March,  1887. 

Lineage. — SIR  EDWARD  BURTON,  Knt.  of  Longner,  representa- 
tive of  the  family,  "  was  with  King  EDWARD  IV.,  successful  in 
fourteen  set  battles  between  the  Houses  of  York  and  Lancaster  ; 
and  for  his  great  loyalty  and  services,  he  was  made  knight- 
banneret,  under  the  royal  standard  in  the  field,"  A.D.  1460.  He 
was  s.  by  his  son, 

SIR  ROBERT  BURTON,  Knt.  of  Longner,  knighted  by  EDWARD 
IV.,  1478  ;  got  a  grant  of  arms  from  Wryth,  Norroy,  dated  22  May, 
1478,  and  was  father  of 

SIR  EDWARD  BURTON,  Knt.  of  Longner,  Master  of  the  Robes  to 
HENRY  VII.,  m.  Jocosa,  dau.  of  Thomas  Cressett,  of  Upton  Cres- 
sett,  co.  Salop,  and  d.  23  April,  1524,  leaving,  with  a  younger  son, 
Thomas,  an  elder  son,  his  successor, 

JOHN  BURTON,  of  Longner,  m.  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas  Poyner, 
of  Boston,  co.  Salop,  and  had  issue, 

1.  EDWARD,  his  successor. 

1.  Jane,  m.  Thomas  Corbet,  of  Longner. 

2.  Eleanor,  m.  Randolph  Bannister,  of  Lacon. 

3.  Ankekoka,  a  nun. 

4.  Ann,  m.  —  Bostock,  of  Moreton  Say,  co.  Salop. 

5.  Ankred,  m.  —  Wright,  of  London. 

6.  Mary,  m.  —  Barker,  of  Bridgnorth,  co.  Salop. 
Sir  Edward  d.  22  Oct.  1543,  and  was  s.  by  his  only  son, 

EDWARD  BURTON,  of  Longner,  m.  Ann,  dau.  and  heii  of  Nicholas 
Madocks,  of  Wem  and  Cotton,  co.  Salop,  and  had  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  his  heir,  ancestor  of  BURTON  of  Longner  (see  that 
family). 

2.  EDWARD,  of  whom  next. 

3.  Humphrey.  4.  Timothy. 

1.  Mary,  m.  Sir  Richard  Lloyd,  Knt.  of  Ripton. 

2.  Dorothy,  m.  John  Milton,  of  Weston,  co.  Stafford. 

3.  Katherine,  m.  George  Corbet,  of  Hope,  co.  Salop. 

Mr.  Burton  d.  1558,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son.     The  2nd  son, 

EDWARD  BURTON  had  issue,  two  sons,  who  both  settled  in  Ireland 
in  1610, 

1.  Francis,  d.s.p. 

2.  THOMAS,  of  whom  next. 
The  younger  son, 

THOMAS  BURTON,  of  Buncraggy,  co.  Clare,  whose  will  was  proved 
15  Feb.  1666,  m.  Ann,  dau.  of  —  Shepherd,  of  Baycote,  co. 
Hereford,  and  had  issue  (with  two  daus.,  Martha,  m.  Rev.  John 
Andrew,  D.D.,  and  Jane,  m.  Alan  Swanwicke)  an  only  son, 

SAMUEL  BURTON,  of  Brmcraggy,  co.  Clare,  m.  Margery  Harris, 
and  d.  1712  (will  proved  i  Dec.  1712),  leaving  issue, 

1.  Francis,  of  Buncraggy,  M.P.,  m.  Alice,  dau.  of  Thomas  Tilson, 
and  had  issue, 

Francis  (Right  Hon.),  of  Buncraggy,  M.P.,  m.  Mary,  only  dau. 
of  Henry  Conyngham,  M.P.,  by  whom  he  was  ancestor  of  the 
MARQUESSES  OF  CONYNGHAM  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

2.  Charles,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of  William  Hickman,  and  d.s.p. 

3.  BENJAMIN,  of  whom  next. 

1.  Dorothea,  m.  Samuel  Bindon,  of  co.  Clare. 

BE3NjAM°iN'  BURTON,  becoming  an  eminent  banker  in  Dublin,  was 
Lord  Mayor  of  that  city  in  1706,  and  represented  it  m  Parliament 
from  1703-23  :  he  m.  22  May,  1686,  Grace,  elder  dau.  of  Robert 
Stratford,  of  Belan,  co.  Kildare,  and  by  her  (who  d.  in  London, 
July,  1721)  had  six  sons,  with  as  many  daus., 

1.  SAMUEL,  of  whom  below. 


Bury. 


THE  LANDED  GENTRY. 


90 


2.  Robert,    of    Hackettstown,    co.   Carlow,    High    Sheriff    1730,  i 
Capt.  Battle-Axe  Guards,  d.s.p.,  having  «».  Katherine,  dau.  of  1 
Thomas  Ryves,  of  Rathangan,  co.  Wicklow. 

3.  Benjamin.  6.  Edward. 

5.  Charles  (Sir),  M.P.  for  Dublin  1749-60,  Lord  Mayor  1752-53 
He  was  knighted  by  the  Viceroy  9  Jan.  1749-50,  and  was  created 
a  BARONET  OF  IRELAND,  2  Oct.   1758.     He  d.  6  June,   1775,  i 
having  m.  Sept.  1731,  Margaret,  eldest  dau.  of  Richard  Meredyth,  j 
of  Shrowland,  co.   Kildare,  by  whom  he  had  issue,  with  five 
daus.,  an  only  son, 

Charles  (Sir),  2nd  Bart,  of  Pollerton,  who  d.  1812,  having 
m.  ii  Aug.  1778,  Catherine,  3rd  dau.  of  John  (Cuffe),  2nd 
Lord  Desart,  by  whom  (who  d.  1827)  he  had, 

(1)  Charles  (Sir),  3rd  Bart.,  High  Sheriff  co.  Carlow  1820, 
who  m.  in  1807,  Susannah,  dau.  of  Joshua-Paul  Meredyth, 
and  d.  6  Jan.  1830,  leaving  a  dau.,  Sophia,  who  d.  in  1843, 
and  a  son,  Sir  CHARLES,  4th  Bart.,  who  d.  unm.  21  May, 
1842,  and  was  s.  by  his  cousin. 

(2)  John,  a  Capt.  in  the  i7th  Light  Dragoons,  d.  in  1813. 

(3)  Benjamin,    Lieut,    in    the    igth    Lancers,    High    Sheriff 
co.   Carlow    1816,   m.   Grace   Ann,   only   child   of   William 
Roberts,  of  91,  Gloster  Place,  Portman  Square,  and  d.  in 
1834,  leaving  issue, 

1.  CHARLES  WILLIAM  CUFFE  (Sir),  sth  Bart.,  High  Sheriff  i 
co.  Carlow  1851,  b.  13  Jan.  1823,  late  Lieut,  ist  Dragoons  ; 
m.  16  Dec.   1861,  Georgiana  Mary,  only  dau.  of  David  I 
Haliburton   Dallas,    and   d.s.p.    2    Oct.    1902,   when    the 
baronetcy  became  extinct. 

2.  Robert,  d.  in  1843. 

3.  Adolphus  William  Desart,  C.B.,  Col.  late  7th  Dragoon 
Guards,  b.  1827;    m.  n  June,  1863,  Sophia  Louis,  dau. 
of  Gen.  Sir  John  Slade,  Bart.,  G.C.H.,  and  d.   11  Feb. 
1882,  leaving  Grace  Ellen,  m.  16  Sept.  1890,  Sir  Francis 
Charles  Edward  Denys-Burton,  3rd  Bart.,  and  has  had  issue 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage),  and  Gertrude  Mary. 

4.  Augustus,  d.  an  infant. 

1.  Catherine  Anne  Galloway. 

2.  Adelaide. 

(4)  William,  m.  in  1814,  Mary,  eldest  dau.  and  co-heiress 
of  Samuel  Skey,  of  Spring  Grove,  near  Bewdly,  Worcester- 
shire, and  d.  in  1826,  leaving  issue, 

1.  William,  a  Lieut,   in  the  Guards,  and  Aide-de-camp 
to  the  King  of  Bavaria,  b.  Aug.  1815  ;    d.  17  July,  1859, 
unm. 

2.  Samuel    Skey,    b.    1821  ;     m.    30    Sept.    1861,    Susan 
Bristowe  Berridge,  widow  of  Thomas  Miller,  of  Leicester, 
and  d.  1868,  leaving  a  dau.,  Mary  Katherine  (m.   1880, 
George  F.  Stevenson,  LL.B.,  and  has  issue). 

3.  Charles  James,  b.  1824  ;    d.  unm.  1875. 

1.  Mary  Louisa,  d.  1856. 

2.  Catherine  Sarah,  d.  24  Sept.  1892. 

3.  Lucy  Caroline,  m.  to  Alfred  Carrington  Dick,  and  d. 
21  Jan.  1892. 

(5)  Richard,  d.  22  Aug.  1871. 

(6)  George. 

(7)  Edward,  m.  to  Miss  Eustace,  and  d.s.p. 

(1)  Grace  Anna,  m.  to  Henry  Faulkner,  of  Castleton,  Carlow. 

(2)  Catherine,  d.  unm.  (3)  Sophia,  d.  unm. 

6.  Francis,   m.   in   1738,   Rachael,   eldest  dau.   of   Dr.  Edward 
Smyth,  Bishop  of  Down,  and  had  (with  a  son,  who  d.  unm.) 
s.  dau.,  Maria,  m.  to  Richard  Cox,  of  Castletown. 

1.  Mary,  m.  10  Aug.  170^,  Philip  Doyne,  of  Wells,  co.  Wexford 
(see  that  family).     She  d.  10  July,  1705. 

2.  Grace,  m.  to  Edward  Hoare,  of  Dunkettle. 

3.  Elizabeth,  m.  to  Richard  Hoare. 

4.  Lettice,  m.  29  March,  1711,  Henry  Brooke,  M.P.  of  Colebrook, 
co.  Fermanagh. 

5.  Abigail,  m.   ist,  to  John  Walsh,  of  Ballykilcaven,  Queen's 
Co.,  and  2ndly,  to  Allen  Johnson,  of  Kilternan. 

6.  Jane. 

The  eldest  son  of  Benjamin  Burton,  of  Dublin, 

SAMUEL  BURTON,  of  Burton  Hall,  M.P.  for  Sligo  1713,  and  for 
Dublin  1727,  High  Sheriff  co.  Carlow  1724  ;  m.  ist,  17  June,  1708. 
Anne,  dau.  of  Charles  Campbell,  of  Dublin,  and  by  her  (who  was  killed 
by  the  fall  of  a  scaffold  at  the  coronation  of  GEORGE  I,  20  Oct. 
1714)  had  issue, 

1.  BENJAMIN,  his  heir.  2.  Hughes,  b.  20  Jan.  1710. 

3.  Samuel. 

1.  Katherine,  m.  28  Feb.  1731,  Nicholas,  5th  Viscount  Netterville. 
Mr.  Burton  m.  2ndly,  Mary  Hinde,  by  whom  he  had  another  dau., 

2.  Mary. 

He  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

THE  RIGHT  HON.  BENJAMIN  BURTON,  P.C.  (Ireland),  of  Burton 
Hall,  M.P.  for  Knocktopher  1741,  and  for  Carlow  1761,  High  Sheriff 
co.  Carlow  1736,  Commissioner  of  the  Revenue  in  Ireland,  6.  19  Jan. 
1709  ;  d.  intestate,  administration  of  his  goods  being  granted 
to  his  2nd  but  eldest  surviving  son  17  Nov.  1763.  He  m.  9  Dec. 
1734,  Lady  Anne  Ponsonby,  dau.  of  Brabazon,  ist  Earl  of  Bess- 
borough,  and  had  issue,  four  sons  and  two  daus., 

1.  Benjamin,  High  Sheriff,  co.  Carlow,  1760,  M.P.  for  co.  Sligo 
1757,  and  for  Boyle  1761,  d.  unm.  1763. 

2.  WILLIAM,  s.  to  the  estates. 

3.  Campbell,  d.  young.  4.  Ponsonby,  d.  young. 

1.  Sarah,  m.  1763,  John  Hyde,  of  Castle  Hyde,  co.  Cork. 

2.  Anna,  d.  unm.  March,  1764. 
His  2nd  but  eldest  surviving  son, 

WILLIAM  HENRY  BURTON,  of  Burton  Hall,  b.  16  July,  1739  ; 
m.  12  Dec.  1765,  Mary,  only  child  of  Henry  Aston,  of  East  Aston, 
co.  Wicklow,  and  had  issue, 

1.  BENJAMIN,  of  whom  next. 


2.  William  Henry,  b.  15  Nov.  1767  ;   d.  unm.  31  Dec.    1799. 

1.  Martha,  d.  unm.  6  Sept.  1797. 

Mr.  Burton  d.  ?  Jan.  1818,  and  was  s.  by  his  grandson.     His  eldest 
son, 

BENJAMIN  BURTON,  of  Walcot  House,  Stamford,  Lines.,  b. 
12  Sept.  1766 ;  m.  15  Dec.  1794,  Anne,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Mainwaring,  of  Goltho,  co.  Lincoln,  and  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  FITZWILLIAM,  who  s.  his  grandfather. 

2.  Benjamin,  b.  10  July,  1799  >  ^-  unm.  6  Nov.  1853. 

1.  Mary  Elizabeth,  m.  19  Dec.  1819,  Sir  Richard  Sutton,  Bart.,  of 
Norwood  Park,  co.  Notts  ;    d.  i  July,  1842. 

2.  Sophia  Catherine,  m.   5   Aug.    1824,   Robert  Thoroton,   Col. 
Grenadier  Guards. 

Mr.  Burton  d.v.p.  26  April,  1808.     His  son, 

WILLIAM  FITZWILLIAM  BURTON,  of  Burton  Hall,  b.  22  Sept. 
1796;  J.P.,  High  Sheriff  of  Carlow  1822.  He  s.  his  grandfather 
7  Jan.  1818  ;  m.  ist,  18  July,  1825,  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Power, 
ist  bart.,  of  Kilfane,  co.  Kilkenny,  and  by  her  (who  d.  25  Jan.  1839), 
had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  FITZWILLIAM,  late  of  Burton  Hall. 

2.  Benjamin  (Rev.),  b.  17  Sept.  1829  ;   m.  27  April,  1854,  Anne, 
dau.  of  Col.  Henry  Bruen,  M.P.,  of  Oak  Park,  co.  Carlow.     He  d. 
15  Feb.  1856.     She  d.  Feb.  1871,  leaving  issue, 

Benjamin,  C.B.,  Major-Gen.  R.A.,  served  in  S.  African  War 
1899-1901  (despatches,  C.B.,  medals,  with  five  clasps),  6.  10 
March,  1855. 

Mary  Elizabeth,  m.  16  June,  1880,  Col.  the  Hon.  Edward 
Lawless,  brother  of  4th  Baron  Cloncurry. 

3.  John  Power,  b.  3  Sept.  1833  ',   d.  10  April,  1869  ;   m.  31  Dec. 
1861,  Adelaide  Harriet,  4th  dau.  of  Henry  S.  Close,  of  Newtown 
Park,  co.  Dublin,  and  had  issue,  four  sons, 

1.  John  Henry,  b.  7  Oct.  1862. 

2.  Arthur  Power,  b.  15  March,  1865. 

3.  Algernon,  b.  25  Nov.  1866  :    m.  19  May,  1907,  Edith  Con- 
stance,  dau.  of  Horace  F.   Tahourdin,   and  has  issue,  with 
one  dau.,  a  son, 

Edward,  b.  23  April,  1909. 

4.  Percy  Charles,  b.  19  May,  1868. 

4.  Charles,  Capt.  ggth  Regt.,  b.  24  Oct.  1836  ;   m.  25  April,  1871, 
Mary  Edith,  dau.  of  Rev.  John  Charles  Davenport,  Rector  of 
bkeffington,  co.  Leicester.     He  d.  27  Feb.   1900,  leaving  issue, 
with  a  son,  Charles  Conyngham,  &.i88i,  and  since  dec.,  three  daus., 

i.  Florence  Helen,  dec.        2.  Mary  Bertha.         3.  Norah. 

1.  Harriet  Anne,  m.  29  July,  1851,  Sir  Richard  Sutton,  4th  bart. 
of  Norwood.     He  d.  2  Oct.  1878.     She  d.  22  March,  1901,  leaving 
issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

2.  Mary  Frances,  m.  18  Nov.  1862,  Rev.  Thomas  George  Onslow 
Rector  of  Catmore,  co.  Berks.     She  d.  25  May,  1905.     He  d.  21 
Aug.  1911,  leaving  issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  ONSLOW,  E.  of). 

3.  Sophia    Charlotte,  m.   22    Jan.    1856,    John    Henry  Edward 
Fock,  Baron  de  Robeck,  and  d.  15  July,  1903,  leaving  issue  (see 
that  family). 

4.  Helen  Mary,  d.  unm.  22  April,  1903. 

Mr.  Burton  m.  2ndly,  5  Oct.  1840,  Eleanor  Mary,  dau.  ol  William 
Browne,  of  Browne's  Hill,  co.  Carlow,  which  lady  d.s.p.  5  Dec.  1870. 
He  d.  15  Nov.  1844.  The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  FITZWILLIAM  BURTON,  of  Burton  Hall,  co.  Carlow,  J.P., 
High  Sheriff  1849,  formerly  of  the  4th  Light  Dragoons,  b.  14  May, 
1826  ;  m.  ist,  17  June,  1848,  Coralie  Augusta  Frederica,  3rd  dau.  of 
the  late  Henry  Lloyd,  of  Farrinrory,  co.  Tipperary,  by  Harriet 
Amelia  his  wife,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Craven  Carden,  ist  bart.  (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage),  and  by  her  (who  d.  n  Jan.  1892)  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM  FITZWILLIAM,  now  of  Burton  Hall. 

2.  Alfred  Henry,  b.  29  March,  1853. 

He  m.  2ndly,  6  Jan,  1894,  Clara  Louisa,  dau.  of  John  Cayley,  of 
Bickley,  Kent  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  CAYLEY,  Bart.),  and  d.  29  April, 

Arms — Per  pale  az.  and  purpure,  a  cross  engrailed  or,  between 
four  roses  arg.  Crest — On  a  ducal  coronet  a  dexter  gauntlet,  the 
palm  inwards  ppr.  Motto — Deus  providebit. 

Seat— Burton  Hall,  Carlow. 


BURY  OF  CHARLEVILLE  FOREST. 

LADY  EMILY  AL- 
FRED A  JULIA  HOWARD 
BURY,  of  Charleville 
Forest,  King's  Co., 
youngest  dau.  and 
eventually  co-heir  of 
Charles  William,  3rd 
Earl  of  Charleville,  6. 
16  Oct.  1856  ;  m.  20 
Sept.  1 88 1,  Capt.  Ken- 
neth Howard,  eldest 
son  of  Hon.  James 
Kenneth  Howard,  4th 
son  of  Thomas,  i6th 
Earl  of  Suffolk.  (See 
BURKE'S  Peerage.) 
Capt.  Howard  assumed  by  Royal  Licence  14  Dec. 
1 88 1,  the  additional  surname  and  arms  of  Bury, 


IRELAND. 


Bushe. 


was  High  Sheriff  of  King's  Co.  1884,  and  d.  24  Aug. 
1885,  leaving  issue, 

CHARLES  KENNETH,  b.   15  Aug.  1883. 

Marjory  Alfreda  Beaujolois,  b.  16  July,  1885  ;  d.  unm.  8  Dec.  1907. 

.Lineage.  —  PHINEAS  BURY  had  a  grant  of  lands  in  co.  Limerick, 
14  Nov  1666,  and  in  the  barony  of  Barrymore,  co.  Cork,  10  June, 
1668.  He  was  High  Sheriff  of  the  latter  co.  1673.  His  and  son, 

JOHN  BURY,  of  Shannon  Grove,  co.  Limerick,  took  out  adminis- 
tration to  his  elder  brother  Richard,  n  Jan.  1691.  Hew.  Jane, 
only  dau.  of  Rev.  William  Palliser,  D.D.,'  Archbishop  of  Cashel,  and 
d,  1722,  having  had  issue, 

1.  WILLIAM,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  John,  who  assumed  the  name  of  PALLISER,  and  was  ancestor  of 
Palliser,  of  Derryluskan,  co.  Tipperary  (see  that  family). 

3.  Richard,   of  Mount   Pleasant,   co.   Clare,   m.   Anne,   dau.   of 
Mountiford  Westropp,  of  Attyflin,  co.  Limerick.      His  will,  dated 
12  Dec.  1733,  was  proved  17  May,  1735.     His  widow  m.  zndly, 
William  Spaight. 

4.  Thomas,  of  Curraghbridge,  co.  Limerick,  d.s.p.    Will  dated 
ii  Sept.  1767,  proved  19  April,  1774. 

5.  PHINEAS,  ancestor  of  Bury,  of  Little  Island  (see  that  family), 
and  BURY-BARRY,  of  Ballyclough  (see  that  family). 

1.  Elizabeth,  m.  Mouutiford  Westropp,  of  Attyflin,  co.  Limerick. 
The  eldest  son, 

WILLIAM  BURY,  of  Shannon  Grove,  High  Sheriff  co.  Limerick 
1726,  m.  27  Jan.  1723,  Jane,  only  dau.  of  Right  Hon.  John  Moore, 
of  Croghan,  King's  Co.,  ist  Lord  Tullamore,  and  sister  and  heir  of 
Charles,  ist  Earl  of  Charleville,  and  had  issue, 

1.  JOHN.  2.  Charles. 

3.  William.  4.  Richard.  5.  Thomas. 

1.  Jane. 

2.  Georgiana,  w.  Richard,  4th  Viscount  Boyne. 

3.  Mary.  4.  Elizabeth. 
The  eldest  son, 

JOHN  BURY,  of  Shannon  Grove  and  Charleville  Forest,  b.  1725  ; 
s.  his  uncle  Charles,  Earl  of  Charleville,  in  the  Moore  estates,  17 
Feb.  1764.  He  m.  1761,  Catharine,  2nd  dau.  and  co-heir  of 
Francis  Sadleir,  of  Sopwell  Hall,  co.  Tipperary,  and  by  that  lady  (who 
m.  2ndly,  June,  1766,  Henry  Prittie,  afterwards  Lord  Dunalley  see 
BURKE'S  Peerage),  left  at  his  decease,  4  Aug.  1764,  an  only  son, 

CHARLES  WILLIAM  BURY,  of  Charleville  Forest,  in  the  King's 
Co.,  b.  30  June,  1764  ;  who  was  raised  to  the  peerage  of  Ireland  as 
Baron  Tullamore,  26  Nov.  1797  ;  created  Viscount  Charleville, 
29  Dec.  1800,  and  EARL  OF  CHARLEVILLE,  16  Feb.  1806.  He  m. 
4  June,  1798,  Catherine  Maria,  widow  of  J  ames  Tisdall,  of  Bawn, 
co.  Louth,  and  dau.  and  sole  heir  of  Thomas  Townley  Dawson, 
by  whom  he  left  at  his  decease,  31  Oct.  1835,  an  only  son, 

CHARLES  WILLIAM,  2nd  Earl  of  Charleville,  6.  29  April,  1801, 
m.  26  Feb.  1821,  Harriet  Charlotte  Beaujolois,  3rd  dau.  of  Col. 
John  Campbell,  of  Shawfield,  and  Lady  Charlotte  Susan  Maria 
Campbell  his  wife,  dau.  of  John,  5th  Duke  of  Argyll,  and  by  her 
(who.  d.  i  Feb.  1848)  had  issue, 

1.  CHARLES  WILLIAM  GEORGE,  3rd  Earl. 

2.  JOHN  JAMES,  Capt.  R.E.,  b.  22  Oct.  1827  ;   m.  24  June,  1852, 
Charlotte  Theresa  (34,  Beaufort  Road,  Kingston-on-Thames),  only 
dau.  of  Thomas  Austin,  and  d.  18  Jan.  1864,  having  by  her  (who 
m.  2ndly,  1868,  Herbert  O'Meara)  had  issue, 

1.  Beaujolois  Arabella  Charlotte,  d.   i  Nov.  1865. 

2.  Georgina  Florence,  m.  24   June,  1879,  Lieut.  -Col.    Edward 
Guy  Selby  Smyth,  late  Royal    Irish    Rifles,   son  of  Geu.  Sir 
Edward  Selby  Smyth,  K.C.M.G.,  and  has  issue. 

3.  Louisa  Emily  Austin,  d.  unm.  j88i. 

4.  Ada  Pierce  Tighe",  m.  20  April,  1885,  Col.  Raymond  Oliver 
de  Montmorency,  late  Royal  Irish  Rifles,  who  d.s.p.  1894. 

3.  ALFRED,  5th  Earl,  b.  19  Feb.  1829  ;  m.  20  June,  1854,  Emily 
Frances,  3rd  dau.  of  Gen.  Sir  William  Wood,  K.C.B.,  K.H.,  Col. 
of  the  i4th  Foot.     He  s.  his  nephew  1874,  and  d.s.p.  28  June, 


1875,  when  the  earldom  became  extinct. 

1.  Beaujolois  Eleanora    Catherine,  m.  30  June,  1853,  Hastin 

Dent  (who  d.  7  June,  1864),  son  of   John  Dent,  M.P.,  and  h 


issue  (see  BURKE'S  Landed  Gentry). 
His  lordship  d.  14  July,  1851,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

CHARLES  WILLIAM  GEORGE,  3rd  Earl  of  Charleville,  b.  8  March, 
1822,  Lieut.  43rd  Foot;  m.  7  March.  1850,  Arabella  Louisa, 
youngest  dau.  of  the  late  Henry  Case,  of  Shenston  Moss,  co. 
Stafford  (who  d.  8  July,  1857).  He  d.  19  Jan.  1850,  leaving  issue, 

1.  CHARLES  WILLIA'M  FRANCIS,  4th  Earl,  b.  16  May,  1852  ;  d.unm. 


3  Nov.  1874,  when  he  was  s.  by  his  uncle. 

n  William,  b.  31 
1.  Katherine  Arabella  Beaujolois,  m.  3  June,  1873,  Col.  Edmund 


2.  Joh 


im,  6.  31  Aug.  1854  '<  d.  20  Aug.  1872. 


Bacon  Hutton,  Royal  Dragoons,  and  had  issue.     She  d.  3  Feb. 
1901. 

2.  Harriet  Hugh  Adelaide,  accidentally  killed  by  a  fall,  3  April, 
1861. 

3.  EMILY  ALFREDA  JULIA,  now  of  Charleville. 

Arms — Quarterly,  ist  and  4th  vert,  a  cross  crosslet  or 
(BURY)  ;  2nd  and  3rd  gu.,  on  a  bend  between  six  cross 
crosslets  fitch^e  arg.,  an  escutcheon  or  charged  with  a  demi 
lion  rampant  pierced  through  the  mouth  by  an  arrow  within  a  double 
tressure  flory  counterflory  of  the  first,  a  crescent  sa.  for  difference 
{HOWARD).  Crests — i.  A  boar's  head  couped  at  the  neck  or,  tusked 
arg.,  langued  gu.,  transfixed  through  the  neck  by  a  spear  ppr., 
charged  for  difference  with  a  cross  crosslet  vert  (BURY).  2.  On  a 
chapeau  gu.  turned  up  erm.  a  lion  statant  guardant  tail  extended 
or  ducally  gorged  arg.  charged  on  the  body  with  a  crescent  of  the 
first  for  difference  (HOWARD).  Mottoes — (under  the  arms),  Virtus 
sub  cruce  crescit ;  and  (over  the  second  crest),  Nous  maintiendrons . 

Seat— Charleville  Forest,  King's  Co. 


BURY  OF  LITTLE  ISLAND  AND 
CURRAGHBRIDGE. 

WILLIAM  PENNE- 
FATHER  ARTHUR 

FORBES  PHINEAS 

BURY,  of  Curragh- 
bridge, co.  Limerick, 
and  Carrigrenane,  co. 
Cork,  6.  26  Sept.  1868  ; 
s.  his  uncle,  1895  »'  m- 
1899,  Catherine,  dau. 
of  Maurice  Collins,  of 
Shauntrade,  co.  Lim- 
erick, and  has  issue, 

PHINEAS,  b.  1902. 

Iris  Euphemia. 

Lineage.  —  P  H  i  N  K  A  s 
BURY,  of  Little  Island,  co. 
Cork,  sth  son  of  JOHN  BURY, 
of  Shannon  Grove,  co.  Lim- 
erick (see  BURY  of  Charle- 
tille)  ;  m.  by  licence  dated 

25  Feb.  1734,  Hester,  dau.  of  Thomas  Moland,  and  had,  with  a 
dau.  Hester  (wife  of  Edward  Candler-Brown,  of  Prior  Park. 
Somerset)  a  son  and  successor, 

PHINEAS  BURY,  of  Little  Island,  m.  Jane,  dau.  of  Boyle  Aldworth, 
of  Newmarket,  co.  Cork,  and  had  issue, 

1.  PHINEAS,  his  heir. 

2.  Robert  (Rev.),  of  Carrigrenane,  co.  Cork,  Prebendary  of  Coole, 
co.  Cork,  m.  Letitia,  dau.  of  Gen.  Henry  Green  Barry,  of  Bally- 
clough, co,  Cork,  and  d.  1853,  leaving  issue  (see  BURY-BARRY  of 
Ballyclough).  3.  Richard.          4.  Thomas,  Commander,  R.N. 
1.  Jane.  2.  Hester. 

The  eldest  son, 

PHINEAS  BURY,  J.P.,  of  Little  Island,  Capt.  57th  Regt,  and 
afterwards  7th  Dragoon  Guards,  m.  ist,  Miss  Eliza  Stuart,  who 
d.s.p. ;  and  2ndly,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William  Pennefather,  son  of 
Kingsmill  Pennefather,  M.P.,  and  by  her  had  issue, 

1.  PHINEAS,  his  heir,  late  of  Little  Island. 

2.  William  Phineas,  of  Carrigrenane,  co.  Cork,  b.  27  Nov.  1842  ; 
m.  Harriet  (d.  26  Dec.  1911),  dau.  of  Arthur  Forbes,  of  New- 
stone,  co.  Meath,  and  had  issue, 

WILLIAM   PENNEFATHER  ARTHUR  FORBES   PHINEAS,  now  of 
Curraghbridge. 

1.  Frances  Jane,  m.  C.  T.  Tuckey,  Major  4ist  Regt.,  dec. 
Mr.  Bury  d.  1853,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

PHINEAS  BURY,  of  Little  Island,  co.  Cork,  and  Curraghbridge, 
Adare,  co.  Limerick,  J.P.  for  Cork,  High  Sheriff  1865,  b.  7  March, 
1841 ;  formerly  Capt.  isth  (King's)  Hussars,  and  late  Capt.  and 
Hon.  Major  East  Kent  Militia,  and  d.s.p.  9  May,  1895. 

Arms — Vert,  a  cross-crosslet  or,  on  a  canton  arg.  an  ermine 
spot.  Crest — A  boar's  head  or,  couped  at  the  shoulder,  pierced 
through  the  neck  with  a  spear  imbrued  ppr.  Motto— Virtus 
sub  cruce  crescit. 

Seats— Carrigrenane,  Little  Island,  co.  Cork  ;  and  Curragh- 
bridge, Adare,  co.  Limerick.  Club— Junior  Constitutional. 


BURY-BARRY.    See  BARRY. 


BUSHE  OF  GLENCAIRN  ABBEY. 

FRANCES  MARIA  and 

AGNES         CHARLOTTE 

BUSHE,    of    Glencairn 

Abbey,  co.  Waterford, 

daus.    and   co- heirs  of 

the        late        Gervase 

Parker  Bushe,  of  Glen- 
cairn   Abbey,    who    d. 

1879. 

The  elder  dau., 
j  FRANCES  MARIA,  m. 
I  22  Nov.  1884,  Ambrose 
•  William  Bushe  Power, 
I  of  Barrettstown,  co. 

Tipperary,    and    Clon- 

moyle,  cb.  Waterford, 
>,  J. P.,  High  Sheriff  1899, 

late        Indian        Civil 

Service,   eldest  son  of 
:  the      Ven.       Ambrose 

Power,  Archdeacon  of  Lismore,  who  d.  8  Nov.  1869, 
!  and  Susan  his  ist  wife  (who   d.  7  Aug.  1854),  dau* 


Bushe. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


92 


of  John  Thacker,  of  Bally melish,  Queen's  Co.,  and 
grandson  of  Sir  John  Power,  ist  bart.  of  Kilfane  (see 
BURKE'S  Peerage).  Mr.  Ambrose  W.  B.  Power  d. 
10  March,  1907,  having  had  issue, 

1.  AMBROSE  GRATTAN,  b.  22  April,  1887  ;  m.  21  July,  1908,  Ada 
Mary,  youngest  dau.  of  Richard  A.  Cooper-Chadwick,  of  Bal- 
linard,  co.  Tipperary  (see  that  family). 

1.  Sylvia,  m.  23  Nov.  1909,  Walter  Seton  Cassels,  I.C.S. 

2.  Irene  Noel. 

Lineage. — JOHN  BUSHE  had  a  grant  of  land  in  Kilfane,  co. 
Kilkenny,  10  Dec.  1670.  By  Mary  his  wife,  dau.  and  heir  of 
John  Grey,  he  left,  with  four  daus.,  Elizabeth,  m.  Samuel  Hobson, 
of  Waterford  ;  Ann,  m.  J  oseph  Harries  ;  another,  Mrs.  Woodroff e  ; 
and  another,  Mrs.  Berkeley  ;  two  sons, 

1.  AMYAS,  his  heir. 

2.  Arthur,  of  Dangen,  co.  Kilkenny,  Secretary  to  the  Commis- 
sioners of  Revenue,  m.  ist,  Ann,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Worsop, 
Knt.  of  Dunshaughlin,  co.  Meath,  and  had  issue, 

i.  Worsop,  of  Dangen,  b.  1692  ;   entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  20  [ 
May,  1711,  aged  19;    d.  unm.     His  will,  dated  3  Aug.  1738, 
was  proved  in  1760. 

Arthur  Bushe  m.  2ndly,  17  Oct.  1695,  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Forth, 
by  whom  (who  d.  April,  1717)  he  had  further  issue, 

2. -William,  of  Dublin,  b.  1696;  entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin, 
20  May,  1711,  aged  15  ;  whose  will,  dated  4  June,  1793,  was 
proved  7  Feb.  1796  ;  he  m.  Hannah,  sister  of  Edmund  Donelan, 
of  Streamstown,  co.  Westmeath,  and  had  a  son,  Worsop,  who 
d.s.p. ;  and  a  dau.  Anne,  m.  Rev.  Henry  Tilson,  of  Dublin. 
3.  John,  b.  1705  ;  entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  20  March,  1722, 
aged  17.  4.  Thomas, 

i.  Mary.  2.  Letitia,  d.  unm.  1757. 

Mr.  Bushe  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

AMYAS  BUSHE,  of  Kilfane,  co.  Kilkenny,  High  Sheriff  co.  Kil- 
kenny 1706 ;  m.  Eleanor,  dau.  of  Sir  Christopher  Wandesford,  ist 
bart.  of  Kirklington,  and  had  issue  by  her  (who  d.  1706). 

1.  Christopher,  who  d.v.p.,  leaving  by  Margaret  his  wife,  an  only 
son, 

AMYAS  (or  AMIAS),  who  s.  his  grandfather. 

2.  Arthur,   of   Kilmurry,    High   Sheriff   co.    Kilkenny,    1736,   b. 
1691  :    entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  28  June,  1711,  aged  20  ;    his 
will,  dated  4  Jan.  1761,  was  proved  25th  of  the  next  month.     He 
m.  Mary  Martin,  and  left  issue,  three  sons, 

1.  Amias,  b.  1716,  entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  20  April,  1734, 
aged  1 8  ;    d.  young. 

2.  Thomas  (Rev.),  D.D.,  of  Kilmurry,  Rector  of  Gowran,  co. 
Kilkenny,  and  Prebendary  of  Inniscarra,  co.  Cork,  Chaplain  of  ! 
Kingston   College,    co.   Cork,   b.    1727 ;     entered    Trin.    Coll. 
Dublin,  28  June,  1743,  aged   16  ;    B.A.  1747  ;   m.  Katherine, 
dau.  of  Charles  Doyle,  of  Bramblestown,  co.   Kilkenny,  and 
sister  of  Gen.  Sir  John  Doyle,  and  d.  Sept.  1795,  having  had  issue, 

(i)  CHARLES  KENDAL  (Right  Hon.),  b.  1767,  one  of  the  most 
distinguished  Advocates  and  Orators  of  his  time,  appointed 
LORD  CHIEF  JUSTICE  of  Ireland  in  1822,  m.  Dec.  1793, 
Anne,  dau.  of  John  Crampton,  of  Merrion  Square,  Dublin, 
and  sister  of  Sir  Philip  Crampton,  Bart.,  M.D.  She  d.  17 
May,  1857.  He  d.  10  July,  1843,  having  had  issue, 

1.  John,  m.  1817,  Lady  Louisa  Hare,  dau.  ot  the  ist  Earl 
of  Listowel.     She  d.  18  April,  1855.     He  d.s.p.  1870. 

2.  Charles  (Rev.),  Rector  of  Castlehaven,  co.  Cork,  b.  30 
March,   1800  ;    m.   ist,  Fanny  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  James 
Bury,  of    St.  Leonards,  Nazing,  Essex  (see  that  family). 
She  d.  24  May,  1837,  leaving  issue, 

a.  Charles  Percy,  Capt.  R.N.,  J.P.  Cinque  Ports  (Lee- 
lands,   Walmer,  Kent,  and   United  Service  Club),  b.   16  I 
Oct.  1835  ;  m.  ist,  5  Oct.  1871,  Louisa  Eleanor,  widow 
of  Hugh  Dale  Mathie,  of  Arran  Cottage,  co.  Wexford. 
She  d.  18  March,  1883.      He  m.  2ndly,  18  July,  1887,  ; 
Adelaide  Charlotte  Devereux,  dau.  of  Fev.  John  Harris, 
Rector  of  Shercock,  co.  Cavan,  and  has  issue, 

Sylvia  Louisa  Kendal,  b.  30  June,  1890. 

b.  Horace  Kendal,  Maj.-Gen.  Bombay  Army,  b.  18  Jan. 
1837 ;   m.  3  April,  1872,  Mary,  dau.  of  Col.  John  Caul- 
feild,  of  Bloomneld,  co.  Westmeath  (see  BURKE'S  Peer- 
age, CHARLEMONT,  V.),  and  d.s.p.  24  Nov.  1898. 

He  m.  2ndly,  27  Aug.  1839,  Emmeline  Katherine  Egerton,  i 
dau.  of  Vice- Admiral  Sir  Josiah  Coghill,  3rd  Bart.     She  d. 
26  Aug.  1879.    He  d.  25  Aug.  i8(56,  having  by  her  had  issue, 

c.  Cecil    Josiah    Lambton,    M.B.    Surg.-Maj.    A.M.S.,  , 
b.   25   March,   1850  ;    m.  6  April,   1880,  Ailleen  Mary  j 
Beatrice,  dau.  of  Rev.  Arthur  Hasmer,  and  d.   1898,  J 
leaving  issue,  three  sons  and  two  daus. 

d.  Seymour  Coghill  Hort,   K.C.,  J.P.  co.  Cork,  Senior  j 
Crown  Prosecutor  for  Dublin  (University  Club,  Dublin), 
ft.  5  April,  1853  ;  m.  17  July,  1886,  Lady  Kathleen  Maude, 
dau.  of  the  Earl  de  Montalt. 

a.  Gertrude   Egerton,   m.    14   Dec.    1865,   David   John 
Copeland  Jones. 

b.  Constance  Theodosia  Antoinette. 

c.  Sophia   Caroline,  m.    16    June,    1870,    Vice- Admiral  i 
Arthur  Cecil   Henry  Paget,   late   R.N.,   and  has  issue 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  ANGLESEY,  M.). 

d.  Josephine  Percy,  m.   i   July,   1873,    Capt.  William 
McNeil  Cairns,  late  43rd  L.I. 

3.  Thomas,  Secretary  to  the  late  Ecclesiastical  Commis- 
sioners, m.  Miss  Phillips,  and  d.  1862,  leaving  issue, 

a.  Charles    Kendal    KENDAL-BUSHE    (which    name    he 
adopted  28  Oct.  1908),  late  Col.  sgth  Regt.,  of  Bramhope,  \ 
Old  Charlton,  m.   29   Sept.   1863,   Henrietta   Victoria  ' 


Alexandria,  3rd  dau.  of  Arthur  French,  of  Clonsilla, 
co.  Dublin  (see  LESLIE  of  Ballibay).  He  d.  29  Sept. 
1911,  having  had  issue, 

(a)  Charles  Kendal,  Capt.  2nd  Dragoon  Guards,  b.  1865. 

(b)  Amyas  Robert  Leslie,  Lieut.  R.N.,  b.  1866  ;  d.  unm. 
24  Feb.  1895.  (c)  Charles  Albert,  d.  1895. 

(a)  Olivia  Florence. 

b.  John  Phillips  (Rev.),  M.A.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,  late 
Rector  of  Castlehaven,  d.  6  April,  1907,  having  m. 
Louisa  Cameron. 

a.  Florence,   m.   Charles   Mitford. 

b.  Maria  Dorothea,  m.  30  April,  1851,  James  Thomas 
Barlow.  c.  Pauline.  d.  Rosina. 

e.  Sylvia,  m.  Bolton  Falkner. 

4.  Arthur,  Master  of  the  Court  of  Queen's  Bench,  m.  ist, 
Miss   Christian,    and   2ndly,    Miss   Martin,   and   d.    1876, 
leaving  issue  by  his  ist  wife, 

a.  Percy,  m.  Miss  Atkinson. 

b.  Hastings,  d.  1863.  c.  Arthur,  m.  Miss  Keogh. 

d.  George  Douglas,  m.  Harriet  Mary  Augusta,  dau. 
of  Rev.  John  Dunne  (see  DUNNE  of  Brittas),  and  d. 
16  Aug.  1901,  leaving  issue, 

a.  Mary,  m.  Henry  Townshend,  son  of  Judge  Townshend. 

b.  Madeline,  m.  James  Jackson,  son  of  James  Edward 
Jackson,  Dean  of  Armagh. 

c.  Rosalie.  d.  KendaJ.  e.  Zara. 

1.  Anna  Maria,  m.  27  Jan.  1819,  Adm.  Sir  Josiah  Coghill, 
Bart.,  and  d.  10  March,  1848.    He  d.  20  June,  1850,  leaving 
issue. 

2.  Katherine,  m.  Michael  Charles  Fox,  son  of  Judge  Fox. 

3.  Charlotte,  m.  5  April,  1824,  John,  3rd  Lord  Plunket, 
who  d.  April,  1870.  4.  Elizabeth,  d.  unm. 

5.  Maria  Belissa,  m.  Rev.  John  Harris,  Rector  of  Shercock, 
co.  Cavan,  and  d.  his  widow  8  Feb.  1908. 

6.  Henrietta,  m.  1833,  Robert  F.  Franks,  of  Jerpoint. 
(2)  Thomas  (Rev.),  d.  unm. 

(1)  Elizabeth,  m.  Rev.  William  Gorman. 

(2)  Mary  Martin,  m.  William  Warren. 

(3)  Katherine.  (4)  Harriett,   m.   John   Domville. 
3.  Paul,  Major  in  the  Army.  d.  unm. 

3.  Amias,  b.   1706;  entered  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin,   14  June,  1721, 
aged  15  ;   d.  unm. 

1.  Elinor,  m.  Christopher  Hewetson,  of  Thomastown.  co.  Kilkenny. 

2.  Elizabeth,  m.  Edward  Deane,  of  Terenure,  co.  Dublin,  M.P. 
for  Inistioge. 

Mr.  Bushe  m.  2ndly,  Mrs.  Drysdale,  widow.  His  will,  dated  29 
Aug.  1724,  was  proved  2  March,  1730.  He  was  s.  by  his  grandson, 

AMYAS  (or  AMIAS)  BUSHE,  of  Kilfane,  High  Sheriff  co.  Kilkenny, 
1733  ;  *n-  2  May,  1737,  Elizabeth,  dau.  and  heir  of  Gervase  Parker, 
General  of  Horse,  Governor  of  Cork  and  Kinsale,  and  Commander- 
in-Chief  in  Ireland  ;  and  d.  1773,  leaving  an  only  son  and  heir, 

GERVASE  PARKER  BUSHE,  of  Kilfane,  M.P.,  High  Sheriff  co. 
Kilkenny  1768  ;  whose  will,  dated  30  June,  1792,  was  proved 
•30 Aug.  1793.  He  m.  Feb.  1768,  Mary,  dau.  of  James  Grattan, 
Recorder  of  Dublin,  and  sister  of  the  Right  Hon.  Henry  Grattan, 
M.P.,  and  had  issue, 

1.  HENRY  AMYAS,  his  heir. 

2.  William    (Rev.),    of   Templeport,    co.    Cavan,    Rector   of   St. 
George's,  Dublin  ;  m.  Letitia,  dau.  of  Frederick  Geale,  and  by  her 
(who  d.  1819)  had  issue, 

1.  William,  Lieut.-Col.  7th  Hussars,  m.  but  d.s.p. 

2.  Gervase  Henry,  m.  Isabella,  eldest  dau.  of  Arthur  Ussh^i,  of 
Ballysaggartmore,  LLsmore,  arid  left  one  son, 

William  Daxon,  d.  14  June,  1906. 

1.  Letitia,  m,  John  Percy,  of  Garadice,  co.  Leitrim. 

2.  Isabella,  m.  Henry  Monck  Mason,  Barrister-at-Law    and  d. 
26  Dec.  1873,  aged  57. 

3.  Gervase  Parker,  of  Kilfane.  Barrister-at-Law,  m.  May,  1806, 
Eliza,  dau.  of  John  Latham,  of  Meldrum,  co.  Tipperary,  and 
widow  of  Thomas  Hacket,  and  had  issue, 

1.  Anna,  m.  19  May,  1835,  Hedworth  Lambton,  M.P.,  brother 
of  ist  Earl  of  Durham  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage),  and  d.  1843.     He 
d.  16  Sept.  1876. 

2.  Georgiana,  m.  Capt.    the   Hon.   Francis   Maude,    R.N.,  6th 
son  of  ist  Viscount  Hawarden,  and  d.  2  July,  1882,  leaving 
issue  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage,  DE  MONTALT,  E.). 

4.  Richard. 

5.  Robert,  of  Trinidad,  whose  son, 

John  Scott,  C.M.G.,  Colonial  Sec.  at  St.  Anne's,  Trinidad,  b. 
1825,  m.  ist,  1848,  Martha,  dau.  of  Ven.  George  Cummins, 
Archdeacon  of  Trinidad.  She  d.  1880,  and  he  m.  2ndly,  1882, 
Louisa,  dau.  of  Rev.  E.  P.  Smith,  and  d.  24  Jan.  1887. 

1.  Charlotte,  m.  Rev.  Dean  Scott. 

2.  Frances,  m.  1794,  Right  Rev.  George  de  la   Poer   Beresford, 
Bishop    of    Kilmore,    and    had    issue    (see   BURKE'S    Peerage, 
WATERFORD,  M.). 

3.  Harriett,  m.  Sir  John  Power,  ist  bart.  of  Kilfane,  and  had  issue 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage). 

4.  Maria. 

Mr.  Bushe,  whose  will,  dated  30  Jan.  1792,  was  proved  30  Aug. 
1793,  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

HENRY  AMYAS  BUSHE,  of  Glencairn  Abbey,  High  Sheriff  co. 
Waterford  1826  ;  m.  Lavinia,  eldest  dau.  of  Richard  Gumbleton,  of 
Castle  Richard  (now  called  Glencairn  Abbey),  co.  Waterford,  and 
s.  by  the  bequest  of  his  brother-in-law.  Richard  Edward  Gumbleton, 
who  d.  1819,  to  Glencairn  Abbey,  and  was  s.  at  his  decease  by  his  son, 

GERVASE  BUSHE.  of  Glencairn  Abbey,  J.P.,  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
1837,  Lieut.-Col.  in  the  Army,  formerly  in  the  isth  and  7th  Hussars, 
b.  2  April,  1806  ;  m.  27  May,  1857,  Georgina  Agnes,  dau.  of  Lieut. 
William  Smart,  R.N.,  and  d.  1879,  leaving  issue,  two  daus., 

1.  FRANCES  MARIA.  2.  AGNES  CHARLOTTE. 


IRELAND. 


Butler. 


Vrms — Quarterly  :  ist  and  4th,  az.,  a  wolf  rampant  arg.,  collared 
ai  1  chained  or ;  in  chief  three  crosses  pattee  fitchee  of  the  second 
<1  JSHE)  ;  2nd  and  3rd,  barry  of  six,  arg.  and  az.,  a  bend  compony 
01  and  gu.  (GREY).  Crest — A  goat's  head  couped  arg.,  armed 
Si,  Motto — Moderata  durant. 

Seat^Glencairn  Abbey,  Lismore,  co.  Waterford. 


BUTLER    OF    KILMURRY. 

LIEUT. -Coi..  SOMERSET  JAMES  BUTLER,  of  Kil- 
n  urry,  co.  Kilkenny,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Sheriff 
i  $93,  late  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.,  b.  2  Feb.  1849.  Col. 
I  utler  is  the  eldest  surviving  son  of  Capt.'  Henry 
I'Utler,  of  Kilmurry  (who  d.  13  April,  1881),  and 
Clara  his  wife  (who  d.  28  Dec.  1901),  dau.  of  John 
Taylor,  of  Newark,  co.  Leicester,  and  grandson 
of  Col.  the  Hon.  Peirce  Butler,  M.P.,  of  Kilmurry, 
4th  son  of  Edmund,  nth  Viscount  Mountgarret. 
Lineage,  Arms,  &c.  —  See  BURKE'S  Peerage,  MOUNT- 

CVRRET,  V. 

Seat — Kilmurry,      Thomastown,      co.     Kilkenny.         Clubs — 
J  on.  United  Service  and  Kildare  Street. 


BUTLER    OF    BALLYCARRON. 

THOMAS  BUTLER,  of  Ballycarron,  co.  Tipperary, 
J.P.  and  D.L.,  High  Speriff  1880,  b.  1826,  4th  son  of 
the  late  Thomas  Butler,  of  Ballycarron,  and  Mar- 
garet his  wife,  dau.  of  Standish' Barry,  of  Lemlara 
(see  that  family). 

Seat — Ballycarron,  Golden,  co.  Tipperary. 


BUTLER    OF    PRIESTOWN. 

JAMES  TOTTENHAM 
BUTLER,  of  Priestown, 
co.  Meath,  of  Alta- 
meenagh,  Laghey,  co. 
Donegal,  J.P.  cos. 
Donegal  and  Meath, 
6.  4  June,  1868,  Capt. 
5th  Batt.  Leinster 
Regt.  ;  m.  1906,  Geral- 
dine  B.  M.,  younger 
dau.  of  the  late  Henry 
St.  George  Osborne 
late  Royal  Dragoons, 
of  Dardistown  Castle, 
co.  Meath.  _  

Lineag-e.— THE  REV.  feTIMOR-DOMlNl  •  FONS- VIT/E 
PIERCE  BUTLER,  Preben- 
dary of  Killanully,  co.  Cork,  1672,  and  Rector  of  Clanbehy,  Kilmore, 
Dromodecaher,  and  Kilmane-prior,  co.  Kerry,  6  April,  1686, 
youngest  son  of  Theobald  Butler,  of  Killoskehan  and  Eleanor 
O'Meagher  his  wife  and  grandson  of  J  ames,  2nd  Baron  of  Dunboyne 
(see  BURKE'S  Peerage),  m.  Margaret,  dau.  of  Walter  Blake,  of  co. 
Galway,  and  was  bur.  at  Glanbeagh,  co.  Kerry,  1714,  having  had 
issue, 

1.  James,  d.s.p.  2.  THEOBALD,  of  whom  we  treat. 

The  younger  son, 

THEOBALD  BUTLER,  of  Priestown,  co.  Meath,  m.  ist,  Maria 
O'Hara,  who  d.s.p.,  and  2ndly,  at  Finglas,  co.  Dublin,  14  Aug.  1722, 
Mary.  dau.  of  Sir  Nathaniel  Whitwell,  Alderman  of  Dublin  and  by 
her  had  issue, 

1.  JAMES,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Whitwell,  ancestor  of  BUTLER  of  Waterville  (see  that  family). 
1.  Ellen,  m.  Robert  Beatty. 

The  elder  son, 

JAMES  BUTLER,  of  Priestown,  m.  Dorothea,  dau.  of  Sir  Richard 
Steele,  bart.,  by  whom  he  left  issue, 

1.  RICHARD,  of  whom  hereafter. 

2.  James,  Lieut.-Gen.  and   Governor  of  Sandhurst  College,  who 
m.   ist,  Elizabeth    Pitcairne,    by    whom    he    left    issue,   James 
Arthur,  General   in  the  Army  ;  'Alexander,  Capt.  in  the  Army  ; 
Jeannette  ;    Elizabeth  ;  Katherine  ;    and    Rosa.       He    m.    2ndly, 


md  srdly,  Miss  Bateman. 


Frances  Glover,  who  d.s.p.  in  1828  • 
He  d.  Aug.  1836. 

3.  Theobald,  m.  Lucy,  dau.  of  —  Richards. 

4.  Whitwell,  d.s.p.  5.  Pierce,  d.s.p. 

6.  Nathaniel  Edward,  m.  Anne,  dau.   of  the  Rev.   Mr.   Stone, 
d.s.p.  1842. 
1.  Rose,  d.  unm. 
The  eldest  son, 


THE  REV.  RICHARD  BUTLER,  D.D.,  Vicar  of  Burnchurch,  co. 
Kilkenny,  m.  1792,  Martha,  2nd  dau.  of  Richard  Rothwell,  of 
Rockfield  and  Berford,  co.  Meath  (see  that  family),  and  had, 

1.  JAMES  (Rev.),  late  of  Priestown. 

2.  Richard  (Very  Rev.),   Dean  of  Clonmacnoise  and  Vicar  of 
Trim,  b.  14  Oct.  1794  ;    m.  14  Aug.  1826,  Harriet,  dau.  of  R.  L. 
Edgeworth,    of    Edgeworthstown    (see   that   family),    and    d.s.p. 
17  July,  1862. 

3.  Thomas  Lewin,  Capt.  7gth  Highlanders,  d.s.p.  1848. 

4.  Whitwell,  of  Staffordstown,  co.  Meath,  J.P.,  b.  1799,  m.  1833, 
Elizabeth,    dau.    of    John    Paine    Garnett,  of   Arch    Hall,    co. 
Meath  (see  that  family).     She  d.  May,  1865.     He  d.  12  July,  1877, 
leaving  issue, 

1.  Whitwell,  of  Staffordstown,  d.  16  Nov.  1881. 

2.  Richard  John,  of  Staffordstown,  b.  1840  ;    d.  14  Oct.  1908  ; 
m.  1870,  Georgina  Eleanor,  dau.  of  Charles  Rothwell,  of  Kells. 
She  d.  1888,  leaving,  with  other  issue,  a  son, 

(i)  Richard  John.  b.  1879  J   m.  i  Sept.  1909,  Grace,  dau.  of 
George  Ernest  Engelhart. 

(1)  Synolda,   m.   5    Aug.    1903,  Rev.  Arthur  Cowan  Digby 
French,  eldest  son  of  the  Rev.  Robert  Digby  French.  Vicar 
of  Market  Weighton,  Yorks. 

(2)  Ethel  Georgina,  m.  23  Oct.  1911,  Edward  Apsley  Parker 
White,  M.R.C.V.S. 

i.  Mary.  2.  Elizabeth. 

5.  Edward  (Rev.),  m.  ist,  1830,  Henrietta,  dau.  of  Henry  Skryne, 
of  Warleigh,  Somersetshire,  by  whom  (who  d.  in  1832)  he  had  a  son, 

1.  Bagot,  d.  an  infant. 

He  m.  2ndly,  in  1853,  Anne  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William  Wood- 
ville,  by  whom  (who  d.  in  1845)  he  had  a  son, 

2.  William  Theobald,  Lieut.-Col.  in  the  Army,  6.  1838,  m.  1872, 
Anne  Robina,  dau.  of  Maj.  Brickenden,  and  d.  1845. 

The  Rev.   E.   Butler  m.   srdly,   1846,    Blanche,  dau.  of  Philip 
Perring,  of  Devon,  by  whom  (who  d.  1867)  he  had  a  son, 

3.  Edward. 

He  m.  4thly,  Mary  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Richard  Rothwell,  of  Rock- 
field,  co.  Meath,  by  whom  he  had  issue,  a  dau., 

i.  Dorothea. 
He  d.  Feb.  1877. 

6.  John,  of  Maiden  Hall.  m.  n  Oct.  1854,  Mary,  dau.  of  Robert 
Barton,  of  Greenhill,  co.  Kilkenny,  and  d.  1890,  having  had  issue, 

1.  Richard,  b.  1858  ;  d.  Aug.  1877. 

2.  George,  of  Maiden  Hall,  co.  Kilkenny,  J.P.,  High  Sheriff 
1901  ;    m.  25   Jan.  1898,   Harriet  Neville,  dau.   of    Marshall 
Neville  Clarke,  of  Graiguenoe  Park,  co.  Tipperary,  and  has 
issue  with  a  dau.,  a  son, 

Hubert  Michael,  b.  1900. 

i.  Florence  Elizabeth.  2.  Harriet. 

1.  Mary,  d.  1865,  unm. 
Dr.  Butler  d.  in  1841,  and  was  s.  by  his  eldest  son, 

THE  REV.  JAMES  BUTLER,  of  Priestown,  b.  1793  ;  m.  1818, 
Isabella,  eldest  dau.  of  Thomas  Rothwell,  of  Rockfield,  co. 
Meath,  and  by  her  (who  d.  1876)  had  issue, 

1.  Richard,  d.  1851. 

2.  THOMAS,  his  heir. 

3.  James,  of  Brownstown  Park,  co.  Meath,  b.  1823  ;   m.  7  June, 
1864,  Mary  Elizabeth,  only  dau.  of  Tottenham  Alley,  of  Hill  of 
Ward,  Athboy,  co.  Meath,  and  d.  1899,  having  had  issue, 

i.  JAMES  TOTTENHAM,  now  of  Priestown. 

1.  Frances  Isabel,  m.   1896,  Ernest    Pitman,  2nd  son  of  the 
late  Sir  Isaac  Pitman. 

2.  Augusta  Madalene. 

1.  Helena.  2.  Matilda. 

3.  Isabella.  4.  Augusta,  d.  young. 

5.  Emma,  m.  3  Dec.  1889,  Vincent  Gernon,  of  Hammondstown, 

co.  Louth,  and  d.s.p.  11  Nov.  1899. 
[  Rev.  James  Butler  d.  1872,  and  was  s.  by  his  son, 

THOMAS  BUTLER,  of  Priestown,  co.  Meath,  b.  1822,  d.  unm.,  and 
I  was  s.  by  his  nephew. 

Arms — Or    a    chief    indented    az.     three   escallops    in    bend 
•  counterchanged,  Motto — Timor  Domini  fons  vitae. 

Seats — Priestown,  co.  Meath,  and  Altameenagh,  co.  Donegal. 
Club— Sackville  Street  Dublin. 


BUTLER    OF    WATERVILLE, 

JAMES  WHITWELL  BUTLER,  of  Waterville  House, 
co.  Kerry,  b.  19  Oct.  1897  ;  s.  his  father  20  Nov. 
1905. 

Lineag-e. — WHITWELL    BUTLER,    of    Waterville,     co.    Kerry, 
youngest  son  of  Theobald  Butler,  of  Priestown,  co. 'Meath  (see 
that  family),  m.  Belinda  Yielding,  and  had  issue, 
1.  JAMES,  his  heir.  2.  Whitwell. 

1.  Ellen: 
The  elder  son, 

JAMES  BUTLER,  of  Wateiville,  co.  Kerry,  J.P.  and  D.L.,  m.  1817, 
Agnes,  eldest  dau.  of  the  Rev.  John  Day,  M.A  ,  Rector  of  Kiltallagh, 
!  co.  Kerry  (by  Arabella,  his  wife,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Godfrey, 
I  Bart.,  of  Bushfield  (Kilcoleman),  co.  Kerry),  grandson  of  Rev. 
j  John  Day,  M.A.,  Chancellor  of  Ardfert,  by  Lucy  his  wife,  6th  dau. 
]  of  Maurice  FitzGerald,  Knight  of  Kerry.  She  d.  May,  1829.  He 
j  d.  June,  1863,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JAMES,  his  heir. 

2.  John,  d.  unm.  July,  1854. 

1.  Arabella  Agnes.  2.  Belinda,  d.  unm. 

The  elder  son, 

JAMES  BUTLER,  of  Waterville,  J.P.,  b.  28  May,  1820;  m.  28  Oct. 
1847,  Anne  Margaret,  only  dau.  of  Roger  Gre^n  Davis,  of  Killeagh, 


Butler. 


THE    LANDED    GENTRY. 


co.  Cork,  son  of  William  Davis,  by  Margaret  his  wife,  dau.  of  Roger 
Green,  ol  Ypughal.  She  d.  30  March,  1903.  He  d.  26  Oct.  1887, 
having  had  issue, 

1.  JAMES  EDWARD,  late  of  Waterville. 


. 

2.  Theobald,  b.  8  Aug.  1857  ;  m.  ig  Oct.  1880,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Richard  Bayley,  of  Green  Park,  Kilmallock,  and  has  had  issue, 

James  Bayley,  d.  young. 

Theobald  FitzWalter,  b.  1894. 


i.  James  B 
2. 

1.  Elizabeth  Susan  Aileen. 

2.  Arabella  Agnes  Muriel. 

3.  Gwenda  Mary. 


4.  Synolda. 


3.  John  Edward,  b.  15  Nov.  1858  ;  d.  2  Nov.  1880. 

1.  Elizabeth  Agnes. 

2.  Belinda  Beatty,  m.  22  June,  1875,  her  cousin,  Rev.  William 
Spotswood  Green,  C.B.  (1907)  M.A.,  H.M.'s  Inspector  of  Fisheries, 
Ireland,  only  son  of  Charles  Green,  of  Youghal,  co.  Cork,  J.P., 
and  has  issue.  3.  Mary  Pratt. 

4.  Agnes  Arabella,  d.  unm.  30  Jan.  1909. 

5.  Margaret  Mackenzie  John. 
The  eldest  sou, 

JAMES  EDWARD  BUTLER,  of  Waterville  House,  co.  Kerry,  J.P., 
High  Sheriff  1892,  b.  23  Jan.  1856  :  m.  24  Feb.  1897,  Mary  Goyne 
(Waterville  House,  co.  Kerry),  eldest  dau.  of  William  Goyne  Stevens, 
and  d.  20  Nov.  1905,  leaving  issue, 

1.  JAMES  WHITWELL,  now  of  Waterville. 

2.  John  Hubert,  b.    27  July,  1900. 

3.  Edward  Vincent,  b.  25  Jan.  1902. 

1.  Arabella  Agnes. 

2.  Mary  Rosellen,     1       . 

8.  Belinda  Yielding,  /twins. 

Arms  —  See  BUTLER  of  Priestown. 

Seat—  Waterville  House,  Waterville,  co.  Kerry. 


BUTLER.  See  BURKE'S  PEERAGE,  BUTLER,  Bart., 
LANESBOROUGH,  E.,  MOUNTGARRET,  V., 
and  ORMONDE,  M. 

BUTLER-CREAGH.    See  CREAGH. 

BUTLER-KEARNEY.    See  KEARNEY. 

BUTLER-STONEY.    See  STONEY. 

BUTLER.    See  WOOLSEY-BUTLER. 

CARY-CADDELL    OF    HARBOURSTOWN. 

AGNES  MARY,  MRS. 
CARY-CADDELL,  of 
Harboursto  wn.  co. 
Meath,  only  surviving 
dau.  and  co-heir  of 
Admiral  Arthur  William 
Jerningham,  and  Sophia 
Mary  Margaret  his  wife, 
of  Harbourstown,  sister 
and  heir  of  Robert 
Caddell,  of  Harbours- 
town,  b.  6  Jan.  1838  ; 
s.  her  mother,  18  Oct. 
1899  ;  m.  3  Oct,  1865, 
Stanley  Edward  George 
Gary,  of  Follaton, 
Devon,  J.P.  (see  that 
family),  and  by  him 
(who  d.  to  July,  1902)  has  had  issue, 

1.  GEORGE  STANLEY,  Lieut.  Royal  Irish  Rifles,  b.  iq  Sept.  1867, 
m.  16  Dec.  1895,  Lisette,  3rd  dau.  of  Lord  Fitzwarren  Chichester, 
brother  of  the  Marquess  of  Donegall  (see  BURKE'S  Peerage),  and 
d.s.p.  4  April,  1896. 

2.  Francis  Joseph,  b.  i  July,  1878. 

1.  Cecilia  Mary,  m.  24  April,  1893,  Thomas  Boylan,  of  Hilltown, 
co.  Meath,  and  has  issue. 

2.  Bertha  Mary  Winifred. 

Mrs.    Gary    assumed    by    Royal   Licence,    5   May, 
1900,  the  additional  name  and  arms  of  CADDELL. 


Lineage. — JOHN  CADDELL,  of  the  Naule,  made  his  will  29  Sept. 
1581,  proved  31  Jan.  1581-2,  in  which  he  mentions,  "  Richard 
Caddell,  late  of  Harbourstown." 


THOMAS  CADDELL,  of  Harbourstown,  co.  Meath,  mentions  in  his 
will,  proved  25  Jan.  1588,  his  cousin  Richard  Caddell,  of  the  Naule, 
his  uncle  Richard  Caddell,  and  his  late  brother  Edward  Caddell 


and  Mary  Cusack,  his  widow.     He  m.  Ann,  sister  of  Walter  Brett, 
and  had  issue, 

1.  Robert,  his  heir,  living  1588  and  1596  ;   and  dead  before  1607. 

2.  John,  living  1588  and  1596  ;   and  dead  before  1607. 
1.  Margery,  m.  John  Field.     Both  living  1588. 
PATRICK  CADDELL,  of  Harbourstown.     His  son, 

RICHARD  CADDELL,  of  Harbourstown,  was  a  Capt.  under  Lord1 
Gormanstown  in  1641.  He  made  a  settlement  of  his  Harbourstown. 
estates,  14  CHARLES  I  (1639)  on  his  grandsons  Richard  and  his 
brother.  He  was  still  living  1663.  He  had  a  son, 

Robert,  who  d.v.p.  before  1639,  leaving  two  sons, 

r.  Richard,  on  whom  his  grandfather  settled  his  estates  in 
1639.     He  was  dead  in  1663. 
2.  J  AMES,  of  whom  presently. 
His  grandson, 

JAMES  CADDELL,  of  Timoolo,  co.  Meath,  who  was  aged  7  at  the 
Rebellion  in  1641,  the  son  of  Robert  Caddell,  claimed  the  Harbours- 
town  estates  in  the  Court  of  Innocents,  6  Nov.  1663  (14  CHARLES  II> 
but  apparently  did  not  get  possession.  He  m.  Aminetta,  sister  of 
James  Barnewall,  of  Bremore.  He  d.  1678.  His  will  dated  9  Sept. 
1678,  was  proved  12  Nov.  following.  He  had  issue, 

1.  RICHARD,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  John.  3.  Robert. 
4.  Mathew.  5.  Thomas. 

The  eldest  son, 

RICHARD  CADDELL,  of  Harbourstown,  co.  Meath,  m.  Oct.  1693. 
Margery,  dau.  of  Thomas  Plunkett,  of  Tulchanoge,  co.  Meath. 
He  d.  1742,  leaving  issue, 

1.  THOMAS,  of  whom  presently. 

2.  Richard,  m.  Elinor,  dau.  of  —  Killikelly,  but  d.s  p. 

3.  Robert,  d.  unm. 

1.  Mary,  d.  unm. 

2.  Frances,  m.  3  June,  1744,  Luke  Plunkett,  of  Portmarnock. 

3.  Bridget,  m.  26  April,  1735,  William  Plunkett. 
The  eldest  son, 

THOMAS  CADDELL,  of  Harbourstown,  m.  about  1726,  Celia, 
dau.  of  Iriel  Farrell,  of  Cambo  and  Cluniquin,  co.  Roscommon,  and! 
Sarah  his  wife,  dau.  and  heir  of  Ulick  Burke,  of  Clare,  co.  Galway. 
She  d.  19  April,  1748.  He  d.  March  1765,  leaving  issue, 

1.  Richard,  b.  1728,  s.  by  devise  to  the  estates  in  Sligo,  Ros- 
common, and  Galway  of  his  uncle  James  Farrell,  of  Killmore,  CO- 
Roscommon,  and  assumed  in  consequence  the  name  of  FARRELL.. 
He  d.  unm.  1811. 

2.  ROBERT,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Mary  Ann,  m.    1754,   John  Nugent,  Count  Nugent,  Col.  in. 

the  Austrian  service,  brother  of  Gen.    Count   James  Nugent, 

Chamberlain  to  the  Empress  Maria  Teresa.     She  d.s.p.  1794. 
The  younger  son, 

ROBERT  CADDELL  FARRELL,  of  Harbourstown,  co.  Meath,  s.  his- 
brother  1811,  and  also  assumed  the  name  of  FARRELL,  b.  Sept. 
1729  ;  m.  13  July,  1765,  Ann,  dau.  of  Walter  Blake,  of  Oranmore,. 
co.  Galway,  and  Bridget,  his  wife,  dau.  of  Denis  Daly,  of  Raford, 
co.  Galway.  She  d.  1791.  He  d.  23  Feb.  1818,  leaving  issue, 

1.  RICHARD  O'FERRALL,  of  whom  presently. 

1.  Celia,  m.  22  Mar.  1794,  Charles  Picault,  of  San  Domingo,  and 
d.s.p. 

2.  Bridget,  m.  22  May,  1795,  William  Dardis,  of  Giggenstown,. 
Westmeath,  and  had  issue,  two  sons  and  three  daus.,  all  of  whom, 
d.  unm. 

3.  Rose,  m.  1798,  William  Macdonald,  and  had  issue,  a  dau. 
The  only  son, 

RICHARD  O'FERRALL  CADDELL,  of  Harbourstown,  co.  Meath,. 
b.  6  June,  1780  ;  m.  Sept.  1806,  Hon.  Paulina  Sr  thwell,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Arthur,  Viscount  Southwell.  She  d.  5  Ma.  1856.  He  d_ 
3  J  an.  same  year,  leaving  issue, 

1.  ROBERT,  his  heir. 

1.  SOPHIA  MARY  MARGARFT,  late  of  Harbourstown. 

2.  Cecilia,  b.  1812  ;  d.  un<n.  1877. 

3.  Paulina,  a  nun,  b.  1817. 
The  only  son, 

ROBERT  CADDELL,  of  Harbourstown,  co.  Meath,  High  Sheriff  1873,. 
b.  1810  ;  d.  unm.  1887,  and  was  s.  by  his  sister, 

SOPHIA  MARY  MARGARET  MRS.  JERNINGHAM,  of  Harbourstown. 
co.  Meath,  dau.  of  Richard  O'Ferrall  Caddell,  of  Harbourstown,. 
and  sister  and  heir  of  Robert  Caddell,  of  Harbourstown,  last  male 
heir  of  his  family.  She  was  b.  23  May,  1809  ;  m.  19  April,  1836, 
Admiral  Arthur  William  Jerningham,  son  of  William  Charles. 
Jerningham  and  nephew  of  George  Wi